Originally published by Jakarta Post on September 3, 2018 Read the original article.

Robert Prechter’s Conquer the Crash warned that the trend toward deflation is “a global story.” And, it’s turning out to be just that. Consider Indonesia. Most people have heard of the nation, but many may not know that it’s the world’s fourth most populous. Only China, India and the United States have larger populations. Having […]

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Originally published by CNBC on August 30, 2018 Read the original article.

Is history repeating in Argentina? The nation’s financial crisis here in 2018 is a reminder of what unfolded just after the start of the new millennium, which was around the time that the first edition of Robert Prechter’s Conquer the Crash published (2002). In the book, Argentina is mentioned as a warning of what could […]

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Turkey’s on-going financial crisis was expected by Elliott Wave International’s Global Market Perspective more than a year in advance. The May 2017 issue said: [Turkey’s] sovereign bond yields are north of 10%, depicting a country that is at risk of a new credit crisis. On Aug. 24, a Nasdaq.com article titled “Emerging Markets: Deflation Threatens” […]

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Originally published by Bloomberg on August 4, 2018 Read the original article.

Elliott Wave International has periodically provided updates to subscribers on a “war on cash” by financial authorities around the globe. One example is from the July 2013 Elliott Wave Theorist: Authorities don’t want you to have cash, because it means you’re not propping up debt. Mises Daily has been reporting on a silent “war on […]

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Originally published by CNBC on August 1, 2018 Read the original article.

Signs of weakness are showing up in the global real estate market. The July Elliott Wave Financial Forecast noted: The vitality of real estate as the center of the financial world continues to fade. With Deutsche Bank’s recent decision to relocate from 60 Wall Street, the very lot that once contained the famous NYSE buttonwood […]

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Originally published by CNBC on July 24, 2018 Read the original article.

It took a while, but the U.S. housing market eventually rebounded from the big slump that started before and persisted beyond the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Observers have pointed to this rebound as an area of strength in the U.S. economy. But, the April Elliott Wave Financial Forecast said “we beg to differ” and explained why: […]

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