Much of the post-US election rally in the stock market has been attributed to President Donald Trump’s promises for tax cuts and deregulation. But long before the election, Elliott wave price patterns already told our subscribers to prepare for a market rally.
The “personality” of a third wave shows itself in recent market action. Third waves are wonders to behold. They are strong and broad, and the trend at this point is unmistakable. … Third waves usually generate the greatest volume and price movement … .
The first distinction in Elliott Wave Analysis is between “motive” and “corrective” waves. The primary focus of this lesson is the corrective waves. Corrective waves can be either “ZigZag”, “Flat” or “Triangle”.
When we look at the recent volatility of the market it is easy to become depressed, confused or just plain frustrated (or perhaps even a little of each). Even the legendary investor Warren Buffet says the market is like a “Drunken Psycho”, so what are mere mortals like ourselves to do? In today’s post we get a little peek into how to beat the market.
By David A Banister We have been writing about the bottoming process of the Gold Bear Cycle (Elliott Wave Theory) since December 4th 2013, and our most recent article on December 26th reiterated that the best time to accumulate the Gold/Silver stocks was in the December and January window. Specifically this is what we wrote: […]
Educational trading lessons from “Visual Guide to Elliott Wave Trading” When it comes to improving your wave-based analysis and technical trades, three steps may sound simple enough. Yet if you have any experience trading, you know that nothing about trading is easy. Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy knows that it takes skill, discipline and courage to […]
Examples from Whole Foods Market and Reynolds American, Inc show you what to do (or not) to trade successfully with Elliott Wave By Elliott Wave International After 20 years of experience applying the Elliott Wave Principle, Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy says that it remains the one tool that will tell him — down to the […]
In the Elliott Wave model, market prices alternate between the primary trend (or impulsive) and the corrective phase. Impulse waves are always subdivided into a set of 5 lower-degree waves. Corrective waves subdivide into 3 smaller-degree waves. In a bull market the dominant direction is upward so the five waves would be upward. In a bear market […]
In this article by Elliott Wave International, three rules that govern impulse waves are clearly displayed and explained. If you have any questions or comments about the Elliott Wave Principle, Fibonacci multiples or impulse waves, please post your comments below. We’d love to hear from you. ~ editor A Classic Impulse Wave in General Electric […]