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Gold, Premium Forecast Update

Gold just rose to $1272.42 so far after being trapped in a consolidation for about three weeks. Could this breakout be predicted? Could we explain it with some economic or geopolitical factors? Probably, yes. But what would be the point? The move has already happened, we cannot profit from past developments. Besides, finding the reasons behind the…

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EURJPY Looking for Fibonacci Support?

The Elliott Wave Principle is a market forecasting method, based on pattern recognition. If an analyst is able to recognize a pattern on the chart and knows what should follow, he could as well be able to predict what the market is most likely to do next. That is what we are going to try…

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AUDJPY Preparing for the Next Sell-Off?

AUDJPY, currently trading around 81.25, has been rising since February 11th, when the pair touched 77.58. What should we be thinking about this recovery and how high could we expect it to travel? In order to be able to answer this question, we will apply the Elliott Wave Principle to the hourly chart of AUDJPY,…

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Intel Looks Like a Bargain Now

More than a month ago, on December 23rd, 2015, we published “Intel Poised For a Noteworthy Pull-Back?” to warn you about “a decline of more than three dollars a share” we thought Intel stock is about to suffer. The reason for our highly bearish opinion was not in the company’s fundamentals. As always, we decided…

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IBEX 35 Shows Why You Should Not Neglect Spain

The IBEX 35 is Spain’s benchmark stock market index. It was initiated in 1992 and consists of the 35 most liquid Spanish stocks. With Spain still suffering from the consequences of one of the worst economic crises ever, its general stock market index yet managed to climb from below 6000 in July 2012 to 11884 in April 2015. Unfortunately,…

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Wells Fargo Bulls, Do Not Be Afraid

Wells Fargo & Co.(WFC) climbed to an all-time high of 58.74 in July, 2015, but it has been a rough ride for the stock ever since. On January 18th, 2016, its share price fell to as low as 46.86. And while most would try to find the reason for the sell-off in the banking company’s…

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DJIA And Why You Should Not Worry… Yet

The Dow Jones Industrial Average(DJIA) is probably the most important benchmark stock market index in the world. As such, every move it makes is closely observed. If the move in question is a little bigger and points south, panic is usually not too far away. In this material we will use the Elliott Wave Principle,…

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Gold Shows Why Discipline Is Crucial

On December 15th, 2015, we published an article, called “Gold Ready for a Post-FED Explosion?”. The FED was about to raise interest rates on the very next day, December 16th, so it was clear that an increase in volatility was going to occur. So, we applied the Elliott Wave Principle in an attempt to predict…

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EURJPY To Regain Positive Bias?

EURJPY rose heavily after the ECB ‘s policy statement on December 3rd. However, soon after that, the pair started declining again, reaching the lows near 131.02 today. Are we going to see all of the post-ECB gains erased or is this weakness only temporary? The chart below shows what the Elliott Wave Principle suggests EURJPY…

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Gold Ready For A Post-FED Explosion?

The world is waiting. The FED is expected to hike rates for the first time since 2006 this Wednesday in what is thought to be the biggest financial event this year. Well, we cannot predict what the FOMC will decide. Instead, we prefer looking at the charts, because they might just tell us how market participants are…

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AUDUSD, Just One Day Later

Yesterday we posted an article, called “AUDUSD Bulls Aiming Higher”. We thought the pair has the potential to grow, because we recognized something on its 15-minute chart. A five-wave impulse to the upside, followed by a three-wave retracement. See it below. We saw a nicely-looking 5-3 wave cycle. According to the Elliott Wave Principle, the…

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AUDUSD Bulls Aiming Higher

Elliott Wave patterns can be found on all degrees of trend, even on the smallest time frames. The AUDUSD exchange rate seems to be giving us a good example. If we take a look at its 15-minute chart, we could see something very familiar – a 5-3 wave cycle. As the chart shows, AUDUSD rose…

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EURUSD Might Recover, But How High?

On September 20th, we published “EURUSD Next Stop: Parity”, saying that “EURUSD might plunge to a new low, below 1.0460″. It has been more than a month, so let’s refresh your memory by taking a look at the old forecast first. It is given on the chart below. So, there was a nice five-wave impulse…

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AUDNZD, So Far So Good. Bears, Beware.

On September 2nd, we published “AUDNZD With Great Growth Potential”. However, one of the two most probable counts suggested “the pair could fall as low as 1.06, before uptrend resumes”. The only reason for this assumption was the daily chart of AUDNZD. It is given below. As visible, AUDNZD was trading near 1.1060 back then, which…

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EURCAD: Is The End Nigh For The Bears?

Less than a month ago, on September 16th, we published “The EURCAD Saga Continues”, saying that “the exchange rate is likely to plunge below the 1.46 mark again.” We thought so, because of what we saw on the hourly chart of EURCAD. According to the Elliott Wave Principle, a five-wave impulse to the south, followed…

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