La plupart des gens pensent que les vagues d'Elliott ne fonctionne que sur certains marchés.
prenons l'exemple des obligations grecs et analysons la situation actuelle.
[Greek 10-year Yields] We revisit Greek bond yields today. For the third time in recent months, we can spot a triangle forming in yield prices in Greece or Spain. Each time, we've remarked that triangles are, ultimately, continuation patterns and higher yields are expected. This example is no different. The message here is simple: The advance in Greek yields is not over! And this chart, from the June 8 European Short Term Update, shows you where bond yields went next:
The reason our European Short Term Update expected higher yields on Greek 10-year bond in mid-May is pure Elliott. The first chart shows a contracting triangle, a pattern that ends in a sharp thrust in the direction of the previous trend -- higher, in this case. Put EWI's European research and forecasting team to work for you today so you can stay one step ahead of the Sovereign Debt Crisis -- and take advantage of emerging trends in European bourses.