Reversals vs Volatility

In this episode, Richard is following up on his previously posted “Trends And Reversals – Patterns And Correlations” article, in which a spike in volatility was underlined, as a possibility, along with a chance for the Market to commence a reversal sequence. The dollar bulls are showing signs of potential exhaustion, while metals and the EUR ...

2018-08-20 Richard Tataru Read more
forex equities

The political rollercoaster of Donald Trump’s presidency took another wild turn this week as a high-level Washington meeting between Trump and Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission saw the pair announcing that they would now work together to resolve differences over trade. This comes just shy of two weeks after Trump labe...

2018-08-03 James Harte Read more
markets vulnerable

In this episode, Richard is following up on the previously posted “Bullish Patterns on Gold – EUR Stronger – Investors looking at YEN” article, and continuing the views he share during the “The World Cup NFP! – LIVE” webinar. Richard is also backing his volatility spike theory, previously posted with the “Trade War Sentiment – Volatility Spik...

2018-07-17 Richard Tataru Read more
elliot waves

In this video, besides the wave counts updates and articles follow-up, Richard is also stepping outside his comfort zone and giving a real-time example on how fundamental events affect the market and how structures become more and more complex over time. [shortcode-variables slug="applyrichardsta"]

2018-06-16 Richard Tataru Read more

The Federal Reserve is widely expected to raise the Federal Funds Rate today, from 1.75% towards 2.00% benchmark points. Exactly at 18:00 GMT the FED will issue a statement, which will contain the interest rate outlook, along with its latest economic forecasts. At this stage, the Market already priced in the June Fed rate hike, therefore, ...

2018-06-13 Richard Tataru Read more
S&P 500

The S&P 500 is one of the most widely followed indices by investors across the world. The Standard and Poor’s 500 index, published since 1957, represents the prices of 500 large cap stocks trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ. These stocks belong to companies that play a key role in the development of the US economy a...

2018-04-16 Orbex Read more
S&P500 - Short term rally faces headwind

Monthly: The 5th wave looks to have completed on the long-term chart. We now expected a period of correction after a hanging man candle was posted on the monthly chart. Further downside is expected Weekly:  The large correction seen at the end of January remains significant after the bearish outside candle was posted. Lower highs and a fu...

2018-04-16 Ian Coleman Read more
ETFs

Exchange traded funds for beginners gives a layman’s overview about what are ETFs and more importantly, the differences that make exchange traded funds different to stocks or other securities. You might have heard about exchange traded funds or ETF’s either from your friends or on the financial media. ETF’s might look like stocks but they are...

2018-03-23 John Benjamin Read more
Stock Markets Suffer Shock Collapse

Volatility Returns With A Bang After a fairly quiet start to 2018, the stock markets suffer shock collapse as the S&P 500, the benchmark US equities index, suffered its biggest fall in six years and the Dow Jones suffered its biggest ever one-day decline. The sell-off was sparked by a surge in interest rates linked to stronger growth and...

2018-03-20 James Harte Read more
Nikkei225_Equities_0802

After two weeks of a choppy trading in most of the global equities, due to the global geopolitical tensions, some of these indices tried to recover losses. However and so far, they are still far away from recovering. This is even though the geopolitical tensions between the US and North Korea has eased significantly ahead of the Jackson Hole me...

2017-08-28 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more