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.

Since the Fed increased rates in December, the bond market has been rallying. Many have told me that the Fed controls all markets. Many have told me that you cannot fight the Fed. Many have told me that the Fed controls the bond market. My question is if anyon
First published on Sat Jun 17 for members of ElliottWaveTrader.net:  Now that we have moved beyond the Fed-event, many have become quite bearish the metals once again.  Many are again expecting the December 2016 lows to be tested, with just as many thinkin
Now that we have moved beyond the Fed-event, many have become quite bearish the metals once again.  Many are again expecting the December 2016 lows to be tested, with just as many thinking it will be broken.  But, what I find quite comical are those tha
I have been asked a number of times about buying into an IPO. So, I thought this may be a good topic to discuss in my latest "Dear Avi" series, and provide examples of my perspective. What are IPOs? Everyone is talking about the surge in IPOs of late. With the
First published on Sat Jun 10 for members of ElliottWaveTrader.net: As we came into 2017, I was looking for the metals market to bottom and begin a strong rally for 2017 which would take us back to the highs of 2016 and beyond.   Thus far, the market has b
The market made a new all-time high this past week. However, the manner in which it pulled back from that all-time high on Friday has caused me to slightly modify my expectations. I have now seen about a dozen articles over the last week, mostly presented as head
In our weekend report published in our Trading Room last Saturday May 27, I noted that I was unsure whether we were heading directly to 2500SPX, or if we would see one more pullback before that rally takes hold: "This past week, the market moved into this resista
Price Action Over The Prior Week This past week, the market moved into a larger resistance region to which I have been pointing for months, between 2410-2425. It will make its decision within this region as to whether it heads to 2500SPX directly from here, or lo
Many Believe In The Fed/PPT's Omnipotence The thickness of intellectual dishonesty amongst pundits and analysts in this stock market needs a power-saw to be cut through. And nothing presents this perspective more clearly than the certain belief in the power of ce
Price Action Over The Prior Week With the market remaining below our resistance of 2410SPX, we expected a drop towards 2330SPX. This past week saw a drop which bottomed within 20 points of our target region. Anecdotal And Other Sentiment Indications In

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