We start with Brian Whitmer who edits Elliott Wave International's monthly European Financial Forecast. He spoke with ElliottWaveTV's Dana Weeks about what the current figures of credit demand mean for European stocks. Take a listen to learn what message credit demand across Europe is sending right now. Next up is an interview with Tom Denham who covers metals for Elliott Wave International. In this new interview, Tom talks about recent price action in gold and silver and the relationship between the two markets. Our last feature comes from Tony Carrion, one of Elliott Wave International's Currency Pro Service analysts. Tony relies on the Wave Principle for determining price targets. He explains how he uses Elliott waves -- and why hearing an interview with Bob Prechter was a "game changer."
Today we kick things off with an analyst spotlight feature on Michael Madden who discusses the business of forecasting forex markets. The next feature is an interview with Jim Martens who explains why his "ideal subscriber" is a forex trader who thinks for himself and only uses Jim's analysis as a "sounding board" for spotting trade setups. The last feature today is another interview, this one with the director of the Socionomics Institute, Matt Lampert who sat down with NPR's Jim Burress to discusses socionomics and explain socionomic causality.
Pete Kendall tells you about the emergence of the so-called CoCo bonds, one of the hottest new derivative-backed instruments on Wall Street. Gold's price trend has baffled investors at almost every turn. Today, gold's wave pattern is clear, and Elliott-minded investors are benefiting. The Director of the Socionomics Institute discusses his journey with socionomics, the importance of social mood, and how socionomics helps you spot market reversals and trends early.