Corrections Table

Could The S&P 500 Fall To 1,625?

A Trip Down Correction Memory Lane Since the correction-less market theory has been dropping transmission parts over the last three weeks, it is prudent to revisit some topics we have touched on in the past. We will focus on two questions: How … [Read More...]

Berkshire Top-log

Top Approaching in Berkshire Hathaway?

By Elliott Wave International Editor's note: The following article originally appeared in a special September-October double issue of Robert Prechter's Elliott Wave Theorist, one of the longest-running financial letters in the business. It piques … [Read More...]

stocks vs bonds

A Rational Look At Stock Market Risk

No Fear Mongering, Just Facts Group of 20 finance chiefs and central bankers said current risks include uneven growth and the possibility of excessive risk-taking in a low interest rate environment. They also pointed out that when push comes to … [Read More...]

Sugar-fibonacci

How to Find Trading Opportunities in ANY Market: Fibonacci Analysis

In this article, Elliott Wave International's Jeffrey Kennedy demonstrates ways to spot trading opportunities across any market and time frame. By Elliott Wave International Elliott Wave International's Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy is the editor … [Read More...]

Floating Rate Funds

Floating-Rate Funds Poised to Profit as Interest Rates Rise

Typically, as I'm sure you are aware interest rates and bond prices have an inverse relationship. That means when interest rates rise bond prices fall. But in today's article we will look at a different type of bond fund that avoids that type of … [Read More...]

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