Elliott wave principle

The Elliott Wave Principle is a specific method of technical analysis, discovered by Ralph Nelson Elliott in the 1930s. Its forecasting value comes from the fact that price movements form repetitive patterns – waves. Those waves are the result of human mass psychology. In other words, mass psychology is market psychology, so there is no need of news, fundamental factors or expert’s opinions, if one knows the pattern and what to expect after it.

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Trading Basics

Trading Basics

Online trading platforms made it easy for everyone to participate in the financial markets. Nowadays you have the stock exchange on the tip of your finger. With an instant access to real-time share prices and forex trading, it seems you are just a couple of clicks away from wealth. Unfortunately, it is not that easy. Successful trading and investing demands a great amount of knowledge, financial management and risk management. If you are wondering where to start from, this is it.

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History Lessons

George Santayana once said that “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”. Apparently, humans are not the remembering type. For example, every time we declare that a new economic crisis is impossible, it strikes us harder than ever. Then we are always wondering where did it came from. As Mark Twain put it “history does not repeat itself, but it often rhymes”. And that is why we have to learn from it.

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infographics

Infographics

Not all the data is easy to comprehend, so this is why we made this category. Since our job is to educate, we have made infographics. They provide an easy way to understand different types of information, by presenting it visually.

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Inspiration

Staying positive is not always easy, especially when the markets move against you. We all need a little inspiration to keep us going sometimes. Here are some memorable quotes by those, who know best.

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