THE MORNING SHOW
Elliot Wave Analysis
Are You Prepared for the Market’s Next Move?
In order to trade profitably, you need to be well equipped to recognize the greatest probability pattern for the upcoming trend in whatever market you choose to trade. Elliott Wave analysis, when utilized appropriately, will provide you with high probability set- ups of what the market CAN do, while excluding what the market will not do. Ever wonder why the market will surge up after bad news has been announced, or will plummet after good news is announced? Elliott Wave theory explains this anomaly with the understanding that the markets move based upon public sentiment, and not news. Any seemingly good news that is announced during a negative sentiment period seems to be “discounted,” and vice versa.
As you know, there are many market analysts that provide you with what the market must do, based upon their own personal biases. These are the analysts that have gotten it significantly wrong, especially for the last three years. Unfortunately, there are many Elliott Wave analysts in that camp, and they have given Elliott Wave a very bad name of late. Avi Gilburt and ElliottWaveTrader.net simply try to provide you with the greatest probability potential movements of the market based upon what the market is telling us, without any pre-disposition to biases, so that when you see the pattern develop, you will recognize it and know how to trade it appropriately. No emotion. No bias. Simply a clear reading of the chart patterns.
-The same patterns we see in nature, we see in the markets
-The golden ratio: 5 to 3
-Fear is what drives gold; greed is what drives stocks
-Where’s the bottom for silver and gold?
-Interest rates rise for many reasons; one of which is fear
-Where’s the dollar going? Avi tells us
-How does one profit from shorting the dollar?
-Avi highly suggests physical possession for long term precious metal investing
-Avi sees a 50 year bull market for metals
-Has oil hit it’s bottom? Avi says to look for lower numbers
-Does Avi use the prices of options and volatility as a gauge for the direction of the market?
-Does he focus on the price direction of individual stocks or does he focus on stock indices only? Also, does he use futures and options, or the actual stocks?
and so much more!
avi gilburt and elliot wave and the markets, february 23, 2015