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  • Our Extended Elliott Wave Theory analyses aim to give you an advantage.
  • Our analyses are written by professional & profitable traders.
  • Only 1000 subscribers admitted at any given time in order to preserve the viability of our work.

1-month subscription

Bronze package

$19 / month

Contents per 4 weeks

  • Updates of the GEWC Quick Overview
  • 12 analyses of S&P 500
  • 12 analyses of Gold /USD
  • 12 analyses of DAX 30
  • 4 analyses of NASDAQ Composite
  • 4 analyses of Shanghai Composite
  • 4 analyses of Nikkei 225
  • 4 analyses of AEX
  • 4 analyses of CAC 40
  • 4 analyses of OMXSPI
  • 4 analyses of SMI
  • 4 analyses of BSE Sensex
  • 4 analyses of FTSE 100
  • 4 analyses of Bovespa
  • 4 analyses of MOEX Russia
  • 4 analyses of Silver /USD
  • 4 analyses of Crude Oil Brent
  • 4 analyses of EUR/USD
  • 4 analyses of USD/JPY
  • 4 analyses of US Dollar Index
  • 4 analyses of 10-Year US Treasuries

All analyses are available at all times from the Market Analyses section on this website. After signing up, simply log in and select whichever analysis you are interested in.

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3-month subscription

Silver package

$51.3 / quarter ( You save $5.7 )

Contents per 3 avg. months

  • Updates of the GEWC Quick Overview
  • 39 analyses of S&P 500
  • 39 analyses of Gold /USD
  • 39 analyses of DAX 30
  • 13 analyses of NASDAQ Composite
  • 13 analyses of Shanghai Composite
  • 13 analyses of Nikkei 225
  • 13 analyses of AEX
  • 13 analyses of CAC 40
  • 13 analyses of OMXSPI
  • 13 analyses of SMI
  • 13 analyses of BSE Sensex
  • 13 analyses of FTSE 100
  • 13 analyses of Bovespa
  • 13 analyses of MOEX Russia
  • 13 analyses of Silver /USD
  • 13 analyses of Crude Oil Brent
  • 13 analyses of EUR/USD
  • 13 analyses of USD/JPY
  • 13 analyses of US Dollar Index
  • 13 analyses of 10-Year US Treasuries

All analyses are available at all times from the Market Analyses section on this website. After signing up, simply log in and select whichever analysis you are interested in.

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12-month subscription

Gold package

$184.68 / year ( You save $43.32 )

Contents per avg. year

  • Updates of the GEWC Quick Overview
  • 156 analyses of S&P 500
  • 156 analyses of Gold /USD
  • 156 analyses of DAX 30
  • 52 analyses of NASDAQ Composite
  • 52 analyses of Shanghai Composite
  • 52 analyses of Nikkei 225
  • 52 analyses of AEX
  • 52 analyses of CAC 40
  • 52 anaylses of OMXSPI
  • 52 analyses of SMI
  • 52 analyses of BSE Sensex
  • 52 anaylses of FTSE 100
  • 52 analyses of Bovespa
  • 52 analyses of MOEX Russia
  • 52 anaylses of Silver /USD
  • 52 analyses of Crude Oil Brent
  • 52 analyses of EUR/USD
  • 52 analyses of USD/JPY
  • 52 analyses of US Dollar Index
  • 52 analyses of 10-Year US Treasuries

All analyses are available at all times from the Market Analyses section on this website. After signing up, simply log in and select whichever analysis you are interested in.

30-day trial for only $9

A look at the subscribers-only content

Sample chart from our Subscribers-only S&P500 analysis section.
A sample of Technical Analysis commentary in the TA-sections. Click it to view it in full-size.

Clear & Concise Technical Analyses

  • Trend Direction estimates. Knowing the current trend direction is important for proper risk management and trade management.
  • Estimated Predictability. The financial markets vary in structural predictability. EWT Investing is the first Elliott Wave analysis service to take this into account.
  • Risk/Reward Estimates. These are based on our experience as successful traders, and are a rough estimate of how successful and/or safe a trade in a certain direction seems to be.
  • Important Levels. If there are any relevant buy/sell signal levels or structurally decisive levels that are likely to result in a specific market movement, they are included in the Risk/Reward comments.
  • Technical Analysis & Extended Elliott Wave Theory Commentary. We offer concise and descriptive TA & Extended EWT texts, describing what we think the markets will do next. Most analysis services offer lengthy comments spanning several pages, but that's the hallmark of neophyte amateurs who can't distill their knowledge into short and easily digestable commentary.
Sample Technical Analysis chart from our Subsrcibers-only S&P500 analysis section.
A sample of a technical analysis charts that go with written analysis. Click the chart to view a full-size version.

Rich TA Charts

  • Technical Indicators. Our TA charts include commonly used and useful indicators such as BBands, RSI, Stochastic and MACD.
  • Moving Averages. A selection of important DMA's that generally have value as trend indicators and moving support/resistance levels are included on the charts.
  • Critical Levels. Important critical & trigger levels are drawn.
  • Extended Elliott Wave Theory labels. Extended Elliott Wave Theory labels are of course included in the charts.

Frequently Asked Pre-Sales Questions

Q: Do you bill automatically after my initial subscription ends?
A: Automatic billing is activated by you at the time of billing. Please note that since the GEWC subscription service is limited to 1000 clients, if you fail to select automatic billing or manually re-order as soon as your current subscription expires, you may not be able to sign up for a new subscription until a slot is freed up.
Q: Where are my analyses?
A: All the analyses (text+charts) are published on this website and are accessible to you by clicking the "Analyses" link in the top menu, and then selecting the market you want to read about.
The GEWC subscription gives you access to all the 20 financial markets listed above - all in one package.
Q: Do you use computer software for your Elliott Wave analyses?
A: Yes - in the sense that we use eSignal and Amibroker charting applications to do our analysis work.
No - in the sense that we do not use any software automated Elliott Wave markup. Extended Elliott Wave Theory analysis cannot be succcessfully automated and handled by computer programs, because attempts at automated pattern recognition are arbitraged out by the vast amount of algorithmic/automated traders.
Q: I read one of your analyses, and now I wonder what the market will do?
A: The market will do whatever it wants to. There are no guarantees that it will move according to our analyses. All trading and investing activites - no matter how well-founded and well-thought out - are a game of chance, ultimately.
However, the analyses on this website are written by successful traders. The analysis process we use works for us most of the time and it delivers conclusions which we use for our own trading activities.
That doesn't necessarily mean it will work for you in the same way. There are no guarantees - but hopefully you'll find our analysis work useful for your own analysis and trading.
Q: Why are you not mentioning suggested financial instruments to trade, nor entry/exit points, nor position size?
A: 1. The reader must always make up his/her own mind as to exactly how he/she wants to trade any given market or stock we've analyzed or otherwise commented on.
2. Also, we are NOT a front-running "trading service" or "trading coach" who takes a position ahead of his/her clients, and then tells his/her unfortunate clients/victims to pile into that same position.
So, there are very good reasons for us to *not* mention any specific entry points in any specific financial instruments.
If you agree with our analysis conclusions, a suggestion is to trade them in a time frame and position size that you are comfortable with.
Q: To which markets or stocks is the Elliott Wave Principle applicable?
A: The Elliott Wave Principle can be applied to any widely traded financial market index, commodity or even single stock (though with somewhat less reliability) with a high enough number of participants.
The Elliott Wave Principle can also be applied to forex, but requires a slightly different analytical perspective than for stock market indices.
Q: What time-frame should I use in my trading?
A: That's completely up to you. We personally trade daily and intra-daily time frames.
Q: How often are the analyses updated?
A: Each respective financial market is updated as indicated in the Package boxes above. However, sometimes if a particular market has not moved in a way that invalidates a previously posted analysis or requires new commentary, the analysis is actually not updated until the next time we go over it.
The reasons for this are as follows:
1. Quite frequently our analysis updates are so good that they accurately predict market behaviour for quite some time into the future.
2. Financial markets are sometimes stuck in corrective phases which do not require a lot of updates.
3. Sometimes, a couple of hours of analysis are required to be spent on just one financial market, in order to derive accurate Extended Elliott Wave models. Our energy is best spent on dealing with the difficult markets, rather than writing an analysis update which only reiterates the contents of a previous still valid update.