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Money & Financial Management Articles


  • Pattern Cycles: Reversals *NEW* No chart pattern better illustrates this slow evolution from bull market to bear decline than the Descending Triangle. Within this simple structure, the trader examines how life drains slowly from a dynamic uptrend. Read this Article>

  • Pattern Cycles: Tops No trend lasts forever. Inevitably, crowd enthusiasm outpaces a stock's fundamentals and rallies stall. But topping formations do not end uptrends all by themselves. Read this Article>

  • Pattern Cycles: Declines As uptrends end, the same crowd that lifts price provides fuel for the ensuing decline. Longs get lulled into a false sense of confidence as rally momentum fades and a topping pattern forms. As smart money quietly exits, the uptrend hits a critical trigger point: the bulls suddenly realize they're trapped. Read this Article>

  • Using Elliot Wave Theory to Analyze the Stock Market
    Elliot Wave - Some market technicians that use technical analysis to look for a nearing market bottom or market top have noticed over the past several years that the stock market will consistently move in a 5 wave pattern which is based on concepts from Elliott Wave Theory.
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  • Bulkowski’s Ascending Triangle *NEW* This page describes the ascending triangle pattern of the Elliott wave principle, how price moves not in a straight line but in a series of rises and retracements. Read this Article>

  • Pattern Cycles: Breakouts *NEW* Significant declines evolve into long bottoms characterized by failed rallies and retesting of prior lows. As new accumulation slowly shakes out the last crowd of losers, a stock's character changes. Read this Article>

  • Pattern Cycles: Bottoms Price marks territory as it spikes relative highs and lows within all time frames. Skilled traders observe this signature behavior throughout all markets and all historical charting. Relative direction also characterizes price movement. Read this Article>

  • Pattern Cycles: Trends The cult of Elliott Wave Theory intimidates the most experienced traders. But don't let wave voodoo stop you from adding important elements to your chart analysis. Strong trends routinely print orderly action-reaction waves.
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  • Elliott Wave International
    Simple the best Elliott Wave analysis, forecasts and reports available anywhere. Award winning and up to the minute analysis. Don't miss this..

Great Insights by Elliot Wave International's Market Watch

Stop Using Stops
Bob Prechter has done a lot of thinking about how to trade successfully. One startling conclusion he's come to: traders should often avoid using stops. Here's why: If you analyze the market you're trading, you shouldn't need a stop to tell you when to get out of the trade. In fact, the point of using Elliott wave analysis is to determine where the market is in a wave count, so that you are able to see where the trend is most likely to turn. (This excerpt is taken from the March 2003 Elliott Wave Theorist, the publication Bob has been writing for more than 25 years.

Fiscal Budget Restraint
It's been less than a month since the proposed fiscal year 2006 Federal budget was in the news. If you can barely recall the story -- or don't remember it at all -- that tells you have fast the news coverage came and went, which must have been a relief for the politicians. Their worst fear should be that taxpayers would look long enough to find the countless examples of the absurd and outrageous in the small print.

How Fast Can an Economy Go From Good to Bad?
The most recent GDP figures seem to echo what Fed Chairman Greenspan said in February in his semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress. For brevity's sake I'll condense his opinion about the U.S. economy into three words: All is well.

This is What REAL Credit Growth Looks Like!
Credit Growth -The Federal Reserve keeps thorough records of U.S. consumer credit, and most of the data goes back 30 years or longer. They put it all on the Internet, too. Scroll through the numbers, and before long you'll have what amounts to a crash course in how rapidly the debt levels have grown during just one generation.

Performance, Fortune & the U.S. President?
Many people study U.S. political history, others study U.S. economic history, and a relative few individuals look closely enough at both to see the strong connection -- specifically, the link between the performance of the stock market and the fortunes of the president.

A Trillion Barrels of Oil... and Prices Rise?
The notion of a "coming oil shortage" has been around for decades. I remember the lines at the gas pumps in 1973-74 all too clearly, because I had just gotten my driver's license. The economic wise men of the time made dire predictions. If they had been right, the world's oil supply would have been long gone by now.

What's Next For The Most "Feared" Politician on Wall Street?
Speculation about that issue ended on Nov. 2, though there's never been any need to speculate about which politician is most feared by Wall Street - New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer gets the vote hands down. That's because he successfully carried out that most effective of all political attention grabbers, namely a crusade against big guys on behalf of the little guy.

Betting the House on the Stock Market?
Homeowners are "pulling money out of their property at a greater rate than ever," and now that the toothpaste is out of the tube, someone thinks somebody needs to do something. "The consequences of this problem can be so devastating," said an NASD official, "that we'd really like to address this to keep it from becoming a big problem."

Assets in 401k Accounts
"People should have control over their own retirement funds." This simple idea should get vigorous nods from anyone who believes in individual autonomy and personal responsibility.Unfortunately, no idea remains simple once it enters the political arena. The current legislative debate about Social Security -- and how to fund it -- is neither simple nor clear.
 


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