Avi Gilburt

Avi Gilburt

Avi Gilburt is a widely followed Elliott Wave technical analyst and author of ElliottWaveTrader.net (www.elliottwavetrader.net); a live Trading Room featuring his intraday market analysis (including S&P500, metals, oil, USD & VXX); interactive member-analyst forum; and detailed library of Elliott Wave education. Visit his website:https://www.elliottwavetrader.net. You can contact Avi at info@elliottwavetrader.net.

In a recent interview I conducted with the legendary market technician Robert Prechter, he offered some very interesting insights into how he views today's market, along with his perspective on socionomics. He also provides us with a general forecast as to how he se
First published on Saturday April 15 for members:    With the break-out over the prior week’s high, we now have structures in gold and silver off the March lows which can be considered strongly impulsive.  And, as I have noted many times in the p
This past week has seen a lot of whipsaw. But, from an Elliottician's perspective, it was to be expected, as the market has been tracing out a b-wave within a corrective 4th wave structure. This is the most variable segment within Elliott's 5 wave structure, and typ
First published on Saturday April 8 for members of ElliottWaveTrader.net:   I have read in many places on the Internet that the metals have certainly broken out.  But, as you know, I am not quite convinced.  Now, that does not mean I am bear
Last week, I noted that as long as the S&P500 holds the 2320SPX level, it will begin a rally. On Monday, the market bottomed at 2322SPX, and began a 2% rally. If one takes the time to become an open-minded market observer, one can learn a lot about the stock
First published on Saturday April 1 for members of ElliottWaveTrader.net:   Over the last week, I have been noting that the silver chart has been the most instructive as to how the complex is running right now.  While we certainly broke out
In many of my articles, I have been attempting to enlighten those with open minds as to the true nature of the stock market. While most market participants have been trained to believe that the market is mechanically driven by exogenous causation, I have been provid
Summary Price action over the prior week. Anecdotal and other sentiment indications. Price pattern sentiment indications and upcoming expectations. Price Action Over The Prior Week With the market pushing higher this past week, silver has broken ou
The common presumption in the market is that a news event will cause a move in the market.  And, since we have all seen the market move sharply when a news event is announced, the assumption is that the substance of the news event will certainly provide the dir
Last week, all the market talk was about what the market was going to do if the healthcare bill failed or passed. And, once again, the market was certain about the outcome. The great belief was that if the healthcare bill passed, the market would rally. If the healthcar

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