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Peugeot Does Not Need News At All

Some say the Elliott Wave Principle can predict only minor short-term price movements, because the long-term outlook depends on fundamental factors. But during the last year, the stock of Peugeot provided us with a great example, which supports the opposite. On March 15th, 2014, we published “Peugeot SA Could Lose One Third”. In that material we…

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Adobe Poised For a $20 Decline?

The stock market crash of 2007-2009 did not spare Adobe Systems Inc. In September 2007 the stock was trading close to $50 a share. In March 2009 it bottomed at $15.88. However, the bulls have been so persistent ever since, that the hard times have been forgotten long ago. Last week Adobe closed at $78.55 per…

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BMW With Two Choices Above 100

“We expect the bulls to return soon and probably take BMW above the 100 euro mark.” This is the final sentence in “More Gains Ahead For BMW”, which was published on October 9th, 2014, when the BMW AG’s stock was trading close to 80. As usual, the only method we used to form our bullish…

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Anglo American Rewarded Those Who Wait

Back in June, 2014, Anglo American stock was trading around 14.60. It was a recovery following a decline from 16.78 to 13.91. However, the wave structure of this decline made us think the recovery was going to be a fake one. By “fake” we mean a move against the larger trend, which is supposed to…

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Bank of America Set to Extend Decline?

The Elliott Wave Principle could be very useful to investors, especially because of its ability to identify market tops and bottoms. Anyone with enough experience in the markets has been caught buying when he should have sold and selling when he should have bought. The ability to recognize the Elliott Wave Patterns definitely reduces the…

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Google: Bulls On The Wheel Again

In the middle of February 2014 Google’s stock prices reached $615 per share. Ten months later, in December, it touched $490. This 125-dollar decline could be enough to frighten some investors, but in our opinion there is nothing to worry about. First of all, $490 turned out to be a strong enough support level, which led…

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A “Not Yet” To Adidas Investors

In case you are wondering what to invest in for the long term, Adidas does not look like a good choice, at least not right now. It is always better to buy after a significant decline.  Currently above 60, Adidas AG’s share price fell from 93 euro in the beginning of the year to below…

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Visa looks like a bull trap right now

Visa Inc. stock started its uptrend from 41.80 in January 2009. Now, almost six years later, the stock is currently trading in the vicinity of 260. This 220-figure rise in under six years is more than enough to convince even the most conservative investors, that this stock is a good choice to invest in. And maybe that is the problem, because…

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Is Hewlett-Packard Strong Enough?

Hewlett-Packard Co. stock started its uptrend from 11.34 in November 2012 and is currently trading close to 37.50. More than 26 figures of steady rise in just two years is more than enough to convince the majority of investors, that this stock is a good choice to invest in right now. However, investing decisions should not be based only…

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Future looks bright for General Motors

General Motors stock began its uptrend in July 2012 at a price of 18.80 and made an impressive run to 41.66 in December 2013. Unfortunately, what happened next came as a surprise to the majority of investors, who thought the uptrend had just started. In less than a year General Motors fell to as low as…

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Should Investors Underestimate LinkedIn?

LinkedIn showed some impressive performance until September 2013, when it managed to climb close to the $260 mark. To be more precise, the social stock reached 257.50. However, the bulls were not persistent enough, which led to a massive sell-off. In May 2014 LinkedIn fell to as low as $136, where prices found support and…

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Is Twitter Going to Fail Again?

Twitter failed its investors by not achieving success in its IPO  in contrast to its brothers Facebook and LinkedIn. Shares quickly jumped to a high of $74.60 – a gain of 58 % over the IPO price, after which dropped below it, reaching the $29 level – a loss of 39 %. Since then Twitter…

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Has Facebook Run Its Course?

Facebook held its IPO on Friday, May 18, 2012 and for quite a while had serious issues. The internet company had lost more than half its value since its initial public offering three months from its launching. Things turned around and in September 2013 Facebook began to make a comeback. We saw huge gains for…

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GoPro to return even stronger?

GoPro made its IPO on June 25th, 2014. Investors obviously liked it, because less than four months later GoPro soared to as high as 98.40. However, the bulls were unable to keep their momentum and prices began a sharp decline. One GoPro share costs less than $65 today. These figures alone cannot tell us more…

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More gains ahead for BMW?

BMW stock began its uptrend from 15.77 euro per share in October 2008. On July 14th 2014 prices reached as high as 96.05, but BMW was unable to keep that bullish momentum and is currently trading around 83. In order to decide if the uptrend is likely to resume, we will apply the Elliott Wave…

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