Avi Gilburt

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&P 500, metals, oil, U.S. dollar and VXX), an interactive member-analyst forum, and a detailed library of Elliott Wave education.

Recent Articles By The Author

More Consolidation Is Needed Before S&P 500 Approaches 2400 Level

More Consolidation Is Needed Before S&P 500 Approaches 2400 Level

The market looks like it is in a corrective mode for the time being.

What You Can Learn From Stock Market's Rally Over the Past Year

What You Can Learn From Stock Market's Rally Over the Past Year

Elliott Wave Theory shows the stock market is still in an upward trend, but some traders' continued insistence that a top is near has cost them dearly.

Why the S&P 500 Should Reach at Least 2500 in 2017

Why the S&P 500 Should Reach at Least 2500 in 2017

As long as the S&P 500 does not break upper support, the bellwether U.S. stock index will remain on track to reach targets greater than 2500 in 2017.

S&P 500 Is Approaching Next Target Region Between 2,280 and 2,306

S&P 500 Is Approaching Next Target Region Between 2,280 and 2,306

The market is getting close to the next resistance zone. Here is the scoop.

It's Time for a Stock Market Consolidation, Charts Show

It's Time for a Stock Market Consolidation, Charts Show

While there is still more wiggle room in the S&P 500's latest move up, the market will likely soon need to consolidate.

Here's How the S&P 500 Could Hit 2300 Soon

Here's How the S&P 500 Could Hit 2300 Soon

It's still not clear whether the S&P 500 wants to take the direct route to the 2280-2300 area or the indirect route with a bigger wave-2 pullback.

Here Are the Next Levels the S&P 500 Must Break to Move Higher

Here Are the Next Levels the S&P 500 Must Break to Move Higher

For now, the heart of the resistance seems to be 2135 to 2140 on the S&P 500 (^GSPC).

Investors Should Play the Downside of This Tricky Market Carefully

Investors Should Play the Downside of This Tricky Market Carefully

Trading the market to the short side should be done nimbly, taking profits where you can, while setting up for the bigger move higher in the months to come.

Here's How You Should Play the Fed Decision, According to the Charts

Here's How You Should Play the Fed Decision, According to the Charts

Yes, it's that time of the month again -- the Fed announcement.