Originally published by The Rio Times on July 10, 2017 Read the original article.

Brazil has been bedeviled by one corruption scandal after another in recent years, and EWI’s June Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast alluded to the latest in a disucssion about the nation’s stock market: In mid-May, the Bovespa Index plunged about 10% as a political scandal involving Brazil’s president erupted. In our opinion, the news event accelerated a […]

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Originally published by Bloomberg on June 27, 2017 Read the original article.

In Robert Prechter’s 2009 edition of Conquer the Crash, he said: I expect deflation in the U.S., not inflation. Even though the economy is stronger now than it was during the Great Recession, deflationary forces are still with us. The high number of retail store closings and declining energy prices are just two occurrences which […]

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Originally published by CNBC on June 20, 2017 Read the original article.

Robert Prechter’s book, Conquer the Crash, which first pubished in 2002, stated: It is nearly impossible to find a treatise on macroeconomics today that does not assert or assume that the Federal Rerserve Board has learned to control both our money and our economy. Many believe that it also possesses immense power to manipulate the […]

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Originally published by Seeking Alpha on June 14 Read the original article.

Vacation! It’s June, and many families are packing their bags and hitting the road. And, the cost of driving during this month is the cheapest it’s been in over a decade (June 15, Lincoln Journal Star): Gas prices at lowest June levels since 2005 Gasoline prices are correlated with crude oil prices, and on June […]

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Originally published by Hindustan Times on June 13, 2017 Read the original article.

Grocery prices are a sector where the budding deflationary trend has been evident for months. EWI’s November 2016 Financial Forecast noted: Since June, 2016, the Elliott Wave Financial Forecast has been tracking an all-important change in consumer behavior. So far, we’ve detected its presence by deflationary tremors in grocery prices … . These headlines attest […]

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Originally published by Japan Times on May 24, 2017 Read the original article.

The August 2016 Elliott Wave Financial Forecast said: With its economy stalling, again, late last month Japan promised further stimulus measures. Much to the dismay of stimulus addicts, however, Japan stopped short of a helicopter-money drop. “If history is any guide,” says Bloomberg, “this stimulus will just pile up more debt without really boosting long-term […]

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