Today's episode focuses on Brexit and Beyond. On the heels of the historic vote, Elliott Wave International's Brian Whitmer dropped by the ElliottWaveTV studios for a quick interview and update on the state of the European Union and the European economies. Next up is another interview with Steve Hochberg and Pete Kendall, the co-editors of EWI's monthly Financial Forecast. They sat down with ElliottWaveTV to discuss the volatility that followed last Thursday's Brexit vote. The last feature is another interview with Jim Martens, the editor Elliott Wave International's Currency Pro Service. He explains how he prepared his subscribers for the violent reversal and historic sell-off in the British pound.
The episode starts with an in-depth interview with Mark Galasiewski who edits our Asian Pacific Financial Forecast. He tells you what helps him keep an eye on all markets across the Asia-Pacific region at the same time. In part 2 of this interview with Mark, he tell you how his analysis of Indian stocks differs from the way he looks at other markets. The last feature is from Bob Stokes. Most investors consistently lose money in financial markets. Even during a bull market, the median household saw their retirement wealth decline by 13%.
We first start by looking at car loans. The delinquency rate among subprime auto loans is rising, even as total auto loan liabilities exceed $1-trillion. Our next feature is on municipal bonds. Many investors continue to pour money into municipal bond funds even after Puerto Rico's muni bond default. We believe debt-market complacency will soon be met with regret. Our last feature is an interview with Elliott Wave International's Senior Metals Analyst who explains the relationship between gold and the U.S. dollar. Learn why Tom believes the development of gold's wave pattern provides all the information he needs to create his forecast.
First we start with an interview with Brian Whitmer who talks about the implications of the upcoming Brexit vote. Up next is Chris Carolan who shows you why it's important to keep your eye on emerging markets. The last feature is with Jeffrey Kennedy who explains teh importance of knowing the right questions to ask when looking at the market as an analyst vs. a trader.
When Donald Trump announced he was running for president in June 2015, many traditional pundits and political commentators brushed him off. Now, ten months later, much of the establishment is reeling: Donald Trump has essentially clinched the Republican nomination. In this new interview, Robert Folsom explains how Trump rode a wave of negative social mood to the top. Our next interview is with Brian Whitmer, one of our emerging markets experts. He talks about the Puerto Rican debt crisis and explains why the country's recent default "was not a surprise" to him and others at EWI. Take a listen to learn why he thinks this debt crisis is not stopping anytime soon. Last we hear from Bob Stokes. Periods of low stock market volatility are usually followed by high volatility. On March 18, volatility was non-existent. Since then, volatility has jumped. Learn how you can prepare now for "head spinning stock market moves."
In this week's episode, we talk to three analysts from Elliott Wave International about the respective markets they cover. We start off with Jeffrey Kennedy, the editor of our Commodity Junctures market-forecasting service, to learn about the one commodity [Jeff] is most excited about.Next up is an interview with Jim Martens, the editor of our Currency Pro Service. He has been using Elliott wave analysis since the mid-1980s -- on forex markets, for most of that time. Here, Jim tells you how Elliott waves help you "make sense" of the FX markets -- and why it's important to look at the larger trend. In today's last interview, Chris Carolan explains what a weaker dollar implies for Asian equities and gives an update on what he's looking at in China.
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.
Today's episode of Elliott Wave Weekly starts by looking at how higher stock prices and higher skyscrapers go hand in hand. Next up we have a feature from Pete Kendall where he discusses the uniqueness of the Wave Principle and explains why psychology repeats itself over time. The last feature is an interview with Tom Denham, the editor of EWI's Metals Pro Service. He explains why he thinks the uptrend in gold will continue.
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