Tag Archives : Euro Debt Crisis


Are We In a Deflation Yet?

Are We In a Deflation Yet? Most of us are used to inflation for such a long time that deflation is seen as an unlikely event. However, there are always rises and falls in business cycles which has a direct impact on inflation and deflation. After a stunning bull run up until 2007, the stock [...]

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S&P 500 Technical Analysis Chart 05 June 2012

Elliott Wave Analysis for S&P 500 – 05 June 2012

Elliott Wave Analysis for S&P 500 – 05 June 2012 S&P 500 has been trading in a rather choppy and undecided manner for the past few weeks. First we had the elections in France and Greece which spooked the markets and then the bad non farm payroll last Friday which add to the list of [...]


S&P 500 5 Year Elliott Wave Analysis – 23 May 2012

S&P 500 5 Year Elliott Wave Analysis – 23 May 2012 A 20 point drop which was completely recovered and in fact resulted in a positive close on the S&P 500 by 2 points. The bias is still downwards after breaking the neck line of the head and shoulders formation as well as the major [...]

S&P 500 5-Year Technical Analysis Primary Chart 23 May 2012

S&P500 5-Year Primary Elliott Wave Chart 19 Mar 2012

S&P 500 5-Year Elliott Wave Analysis – Feels like July 2007

S&P 500 5-Year Elliott Wave Analysis – Feels like July 2007 It feels just like July 2007 once again. That was when the housing issue was at its peak. The stock markets reacted negatively, there was a lot of fear, and it was reflected in a sharp drop. The FED at the time, tried really [...]