Amazon is one of the most ridiculously overvalued companies trading on the NYSE. Let’s have a look at what the Elliott Wave structure says of this company’s future stock price prospects.
Will you get out of the stock markets before everyone else, this time?
The tremendous rise in the global stock markets over the last 9 years, has largely come about due to financial engineering, such as the ‘Quantitative Easing’ (QE) programmes undertaken by Western and Asian central banks, and suspension of Mark-to-Market rules for Western banks.
In this analysis summary, we examine our Elliott Wave analysis for the S&P 500 between late March 2017 and mid-August 2017. This summary starts off where the last one ended. The idea is of course, to demonstrate the continuous flow of analysis updates offered through our Elliott Wave subscription service.
One of the few financial markets we didn’t do particularly well with thus far during 2017, is the French stock market index CAC 40.
The Japanese stock market index Nikkei 225 is included in our technical analysis service package. This article is a summary of our composite technical analysis (using our proprietary Extended Elliott Wave Theory) for Nikkei 225 between late November 2016 and mid-August 2017.
It’s time for last week’s blog post (it was intended for last week but got delayed until today), in which we’ll take a look at the results of our technical analyses on the 10-Year US Treasury Notes, between November 2016 and early July 2017.
Here’s a summary of our technical analysis on the S&P 500 from 2016-12-28 to 2017-03-27. For new readers, at EWT Investing, we use our own modified version of the Elliott Wave Theory as well as other technical systems and indicators, to try and arrive at a comprehensive technical picture of the markets at any given time.
It’s time to have a look at our analysis of Silver/USD (new window) from October 2016 through early March 2017.
Let’s go through our analysis updates for the Russian stock market index MICEX, from late 2016-12 to mid 2017-02. MICEX is the Russian stock market index denominated in Russian Rubles, while RTS is the index denominated in US Dollars. To get a clear view without the extra interference of currency fluctuations, we prefer to analyze the MICEX, although RTS is often widely quoted both inside and outside Russia.
Time for another summary of our Gold/USD-analysis track record. The success continues. Back in December 2016, we almost bottom-ticked the Gold/USD-price, as can be seen in our summary we wrote in early January, Track record: Gold/USD – 2017-01-14.