Avi Gilburt

Elliot Wave Technical Analyst & author @ Elliott Wave Trader

Avi Gilburt is a widely followed Elliott Wave technical analyst and author of ElliottWaveTrader.net, a live Trading Room featuring his intraday market analysis (including emini S&P500, metals, oil, USD & VXX), interactive member-analyst forum, and detailed library of Elliott Wave education. You can contact Avi at: info@elliottwavetrader.net.

Avi Gilburt Articles

There are so many fallacies perpetuated and regurgitated throughout the market, yet there is so little time to appropriately address them all.
The general market reliance on the Fed is not only what is driving many investor’s decisions of late, but it will likely reach its peak in the coming years. But, one is going to have be very careful before they buy into this fallacy too...
While many viewed unemployment, or the Covid virus, or the slowed GDP, or a myriad of other factors as reasons to believe the market is “dangerous,” I propose that these four-letter words are more dangerous to your investment account than...
Rarely do you enter a market environment when the fear is as palpable as it was in the middle of March of this year. The world was coming to an end based upon most of what I was reading. And, as we were approaching the market lows (and...
I think there has been more hair torn out in frustration during this rally off the 2200SPX region lows than at almost any other time in market history. The frustration in trying to understand this market is ubiquitous.
The title to this update is likely the most repeated phrase you have heard over the last month from market participants and analysts alike. As more and more bad economic news is presented through the media, somehow, the market just keeps...
I know the title may sound unusual and almost unrealistic to those following the media cycle. With unemployment skyrocketing, GDP projections in the tank, bankruptcy expectations running sky high, and the average person on Main Street...
So, if you are like most market participants, there are many fallacies which you have likely accepted of late. First, you are likely viewing this “bear market” as having begun 6 weeks ago. Yet, if you actually understood the broader market...
On Thursday, we saw the worst jobless claims number in history (and by far). Yet, the S&P500 futures rallied over 200 points from their overnight lows. So, are we to believe that the “cause” of that rally was the jobless claims?
Yesterday really did not happen. How could we have seen a 10% rally when there was nothing to cause it? Did we see an announcement about the eradication of the coronavirus? No. But, we did get more news of rising numbers of infected.
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