Today’s invited guest blogger is Denis Bouchard from Taiwan. Please check out his long-term historic viewpoint on Fibonacci waves and how he comes to view today's market. Feel free to comment on this blog.
Elliott Wave Insights, Part IV
The End of a Six Thousand Year Elliott Wave Cycle
It has been several years since Elliott Wave Insights, Part III was published. With the major markets near the cusp of a directional change, the present is a very appropriate time to take several steps back and consider the overall picture of the wave pattern. A bird's eye view of Elliott Waves from the beginning of human history may give us insights as to what lies ahead.
How Did a Dead Mathematician Nail Two Major Markets Yesterday?
The markets I am referring to are the gold market and euro markets. Readers of this blog will know from our previous videos and examples that we are big fans of Fibonacci retracement lines.
In this super short video (1:49), I will show you the lines we are talking about for the above two markets. I think you'll find it very illuminating as this example is so fresh. You will also find it very empowering.
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Adam Hewison here and I've just finished a new video on the Dow Jones Industrial Index (DOW) that I'd like to share with you.
This may be a short video, but I think you'll get a lot out it. I'll analyze what's going on right now in the DOW, how it has developed over the last six months, and where I expect the DOW to go in the next six months.
As I've discussed before, perception is everything in the marketplace. I believe that perception is beginning to change in this market and the bears are back.
Fibonacci... it's a technical tool that can make you rich.
You may have heard about Fibonacci, the man who discovered a set of numbers who that have a major affect on the market. So who is this Fibonacci fellow, and why are his findings so important in the market place?
The mathematical findings by this thirteenth century Italian man has yielded a useful technical analysis tool which is used in technical analysis and by scientists in a large array of fields.