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DXY Bulls Should Worry as Bearish Evidence Abounds

The bulls have been in control of DXY during most of 2018 and gradually conquered more land in the first months of 2019, as well. The USD index recovered from its February 2018 low of 88.25 to as high as 98.33 last month. The bulls can really be proud with the total gain of over…

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T Rowe Price Vulnerable After Fibonacci Encounter

Founded in 1937 and based in Baltimore, Maryland, T Rowe Price is one of the largest asset management companies in the world. At the end of Q1 2019 its assets under management stood at $1.11T. That is T for trillion. Besides, T Rowe Price is also a public company which is why it is of…

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Copper Bulls Ready to Attack the $3 Mark?

A little over a months ago the price of copper was hovering above $2.92/lb., following a recovery from under $2.53/lb. For better or worse, trend-following has never been our favorite strategy. So instead of joining the bulls in anticipation of more strength ahead, we examined copper’s 2-hour price chart through the prism of the Elliott…

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OLED Stock can Halve if Rejected at Fibonacci Level

Universal Display (NASDAQ:OLED) stock is hot again. The share price is up by over 90% in less than two months, climbing from under $79 to above $151 since January 3rd. But is the bulls’ optimism warranted? Six months ago, on August 15th 2018, we examined OLED stock through the prism of the Elliott Wave principle.…

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Nifty 50 to Fall Below 10 000 Level Again?

It has been almost five months since our last update on the Indian Nifty 50 index. On September 25th, the benchmark was trading around 11 000, following a pullback from the all-time high of 11 760. Still, the Elliott Wave analysis below suggested it was too early to buy the dip. The daily chart of…

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Ralph Lauren Stock Set for a 50% Gain?

Ralph Lauren, the maker of Polo, is another top apparel brand, which was left for dead during the “retail apocalypse” of 2017. In just four years between May 2013 and May 2017, the company lost over 65% in market value as the stock fell from an all-time high of $192 to as low as $66.…

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Boeing Stock Ready for a Final Ascent

The last time we wrote about Boeing stock was in early October 2018. In that article we shared our view that while BA was approaching the $400 a share mark, it was time for the bulls to play it safe. The Elliott Wave principle suggested that a bearish reversal can soon be expected, even if…

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NZDUSD Fibonacci Bounce Causes Optimism

At the start of December, 2018, NZDUSD almost reached 0.6970. A month later, the “flash crash” which brought chaos to many other Forex pairs, dragged the New Zealand dollar to 0.6586 on January 2nd, 2019. As of this writing, NZDUSD is hovering around 0.6760 and the bulls are probably wondering whether this is a chance…

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GBPNZD ‘s Elliott Wave Recovery Far from Over

A month ago we shared our view that despite being long-term bearish on GBPNZD, we thought it was time for a notable recovery. While the pair was hovering around 1.8400, the market was sending a message that a recovery to roughly 1.9000 was around the corner. As always, this message had nothing to do with…

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Moody’s Stock to Give Investors a Chance to Evacuate

The stock market at large is crashing and even stocks owned by superinvestors like Warren Buffett are not immune to sharp selloffs. One such stock is Moody’s. As of September 30th, Berkshire Hathaway owns approximately 24 670 000 Moody’s shares, making it the 8th largest position in the portfolio. Moody’s reached an all-time high of…

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Gold is a Bad Inflation Hedge. Still Watching CPI?

Similarly to crude oil, gold did not start November in the best possible way. The price of the yellow metal reached $1237.50 on the first day of the month, but was down to $1196 by November 13th. Unlike crude oil prices, however, bullion managed to reverse the negative trend and bounce up to $1230 yesterday.…

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Ford Stock Looks Attractive Near Fibonacci Support

Ford stock holders did not have a lot of reasons to celebrate in recent years. The stock climbed to $18.12 in July 2014, but has been sliding ever since. To make matters worse, 2018 brought a decline from $13.48 in January to as low as $8.17 last month. Ford stock closed at $9.25 yesterday, which…

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LEG Stock Lost 38% in Two Years. Time to Buy?

Less than two years ago, in February 2017, the price of Leggett & Platt shares was hovering above $49 a share. LEG stock was still thought to be in an uptrend, following a steady rally from $10.03 in March 2009. However, stocks get more risky as they rise, not less. Following a 400% rally in…

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DAX Set to Lose Another 2000, Elliott Wave Suggests

The German DAX climbed to an all-time high of 13 597 in late-January. The benchmark had just exceeded the previous record of 12 391 set in April 2015 and the bulls were already bracing for even higher highs in the near future. Alas, it was not meant to be. As of this writing, the German…

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GBPJPY: Bearish Reversal Expected Near 151.00

GBPJPY has been in recovery mode since it touched 139.90 on August 15th. On September 21st, the pair climbed to a multi-month high of 149.72, but fell to an intraday low of 146.51 yesterday. As of this writing, the Pound is hovering around 147.90 against the Japanese yen. The time is appropriate to apply the…

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