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Avi Gilburt, Esq

Founder,

ElliottWaveTrader.net

  • Founder of ElliottWaveTrader.net
  • Lawyer and CPA by Training
  • Over 6000 Retail & 1000 Money Manager Subscribers

About Avi

Avi Gilburt is an Elliott Wave market analyst and author of elliottwavetrader.net, a live trading room featuring analysis by him and a dynamic community of professional traders. Mr. Gilburt's Elliott Wave analysis appears frequently on sites such as TheStreet.com, MarketWatch, Forbes, and Seeking Alpha.

Avi's Articles

When I read most articles written in the financial media, they all seem to have a common thread running through them: They all tell you what has happened in the past and they try to come up with reasons as to why it happened, states Avi Gilburt of ElliotWaveTrader.net.
I have now been writing for well over a decade on Seeking Alpha, states Avi Gilburt of ElliotWaveTrader.net.
With all the craziness going on in the world, the stock market is still rallying. It just does not make sense to most, states Avi Gilburt of ElliotWaveTrader.net.
This week, I am going to give you a two-for-one in this update, states Avi Gilburt of ElliotWaveTrader.net.

Avi's Videos

Avi Gilburt and Garrett Patten from ElliottWaveTrader identify the key sectors and select stocks that could benefit from the market's bounce off its recent bottom, while also discussing the generational top forming in the bigger picture on their charts.
Will recession put Bitcoin under pressure along with other risk assets? Or is Bitcoin as a store value exactly what we need? Ryan discusses where he sees Bitcoin going over the next year or so.
Avi Gilburt will take you through his analysis to outline what he expects the metals to do for the rest of 2022.

Avi Gilburt, founder of ElliottWaveTrader.net and one of the top-followed analysts on Seeking Alpha, will take you through his analysis to outline what he expects the S&P 500 to do in 2022 and provide parameters to help you stay on the profitable side of the market. He will also give you his longer-term prognostication, which may not sit well with many long-term investors.