Dow Theory is a time-honored market analysis tool. Its name comes from Charles H. Dow, co-founder of The Wall Street Journal.
With the recent news of airstrikes on Syria and a threat of a global war, this question is extremely relevant. But does war really cause stock markets to rise and fall?
Fibonacci is the mathematical basis of the Wave Principle. You will often find that Elliott waves correct in terms of Fibonacci ratios. The following article explains what you can expect when a market begins a corrective phase.
In this social media Era becoming an Independent thinker is lot difficult as we are often bombarded with continuous flow of opinions,information,rumors from the facebook groups, Whatsapp/telegram chat groups, twitter, financial news portals, TV channels, Youtube channels, E mail newsletters. Everything talks about what the consensus is doing. Some are contrarians, some are trend followers. Often traders ended up with the biased opinions from their fellow community traders/Investors.
After two decades of Mania Era asset bubbles and sentiment extremes, what now seems normal to many investors is actually highly abnormal. That’s right — many investors no longer fear asset bubbles. That is why too many will be caught off-guard when the Mania Era inevitably ends. Many investors are not frightened by the phrases “stock market bubble,” “housing bubble” or any other type of financial bubble.
“How to draw a trendline” is one of the first things traders and investors learn when they study technical analysis. Typically, they quickly move on to more advanced topics and too often discard this simplest of all technical tools.
Year 2018 kick-started with a bang. There can’t be a better time other than the start of the year to revise your trading performance, to correct past mistakes and to explore better trade opportunities. Optimizing trading performance requires a meticulous effort. Here are some of the trade resolutions which could fine tune your trade performance and put you as a better professional traders.
Identifying Smart money flow is the key essential skill for every professional trader. There are many online tutorials and indicators which explains how to spot smart money flow. But how one can identify using a simple volume and open interest technique to look for a context behind smart money flow?
Here at Ellliotwave International we studied investors behavior for nearly 40 years. A huge benefit of all that study is being able to study today’s stock market to the major market market tops and bottoms of the past. This Mutual Fund Vs Money Market Ratio ( 30 years of historical chart) shows extreme sentimental indications which shows how riskier the investments in today’s stock market compared to 2000 and 2008.
We all love a bargain… Except when it comes to stocks. The reason boils down to uncertainty. We know what our fruits and vegetables should cost at the grocer’s — but we’re far less certain about how much to pay for a blue-chip stock or shares in an S&P 500 Index fund.
Our friends at Elliott Wave International (EWI) regularly put out great free content on their site. If you’ve visited their site before, you may have seen “Chart of the Day,” a featured series of videos that take a quick, but close examination of a chart from one of EWI’s paid publications.
Liquidity and Volume are the two different concepts widely misunderstood by the traders community. High Volume typically represents higher number of executed orders or high trading transactions, however high liquidity represents the order book is stuffed with thick limit orders at Bid and Ask prices levels. More closer the liquidity , lesser the market impact cost and higher the market efficiency.