Originally published by Marketwatch on May 21, 2017 Read the original article.

The third edition of Robert Prechter’s Conquer the Crash says: Deflation nearly always manifests as a contraction in the amount of outstanding debt. The tipping point occurs when the amount of debt becomes unsustainable. With that in mind, read this excerpt from a May 21 Marketwatch article titled, “U.S. households now have as much debt […]

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In June 2014, The Elliott Wave Theorist reiterated a forecast: Luxury will go out of fashion. This is already happening. EWI’s European Financial Forecast has been telling subscribers about the financial woes that have befallen the world’s luxury retailers. Read this excerpt from the May 2017 European Financial Forecast: The European Financial Forecast has been […]

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Originally published by New York Post on May 7, 2017 Read the original article.

In a February 1957 letter, Elliott wave expert Hamilton Bolton spelled out his observations about major U.S. depressions since 1830. He wrote that he was struck by the fact that “all were set off by a deflation of excess credit. This was the one factor in common.” Relatedly, in his 2002 book “Conquer the Crash,” […]

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A 2015 Harvard Business Review article provided a reminder of China’s explosive economic story: China has accomplished a remarkable feat in transforming itself from one of the world’s poorest countries to its second largest economy in just 30 years. China’s pace of growth has been so rapid that even the expansion of 6.7% in 2016 […]

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Originally published by LiveMint.com on April 10, 2017 Read the original article.

In the ongoing saga of the European Central Bank vs. deflation, chalk one up for the ECB in 2016, according to ECB President Mario Draghi. In the ECB’s annual report, he also judges 2016 as the eurozone’s best year since the European debt crisis. Here’s more from an April 10 livemint.com article: “Though the year […]

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Originally published by Bloomberg on April 14, 2017 Read the original article.

The April 2017 Elliott Wave Financial Forecast described U.S. inflation as “subdued,” and indeed, the U.S Consumer Price Index declined in March for the first time since February 2016. An April 14 Bloomberg article provides the major points of the data released by the U.S. Labor Department: Key Points The consumer-price index decreased 0.3 percent […]

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