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ELLIOTT WAVE THEORY

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Course Details

  • Listed In : Technical Analysis
  • Language : Hindi
  • Difficulty : Basic
  • Validity : 30 days
  • Program : Self-Paced Recorded
  • Instructor : Sachin Sharma

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Course Highlights

Creating base for advance Elliott wave study and then topic covered.

Introduction

One of the most renowned theories in technical analysis is “Elliott Wave Theory”, which was developed by Ralph Nelson Elliot. This theory speaks about Waves (patterns). Elliot believed that the mass psychology depicts the same recurring patterns in the financial markets. He speaks about waves in 5-3 moves, wherein five waves move in an upward direction of the main trend, known as impulse and three waves move in the corrective phase. These 3 moves are also referred to as ABC.

This theory helps in gauging the upward trend and the correction that are likely to happen in the near future. As the trend shows upside and correction, the identification of trend through Elliott Wave Theory helps in protecting profit and exiting trades.

The theory establishes nine degree of waves from smallest to largest, described as Grand Supercycle, Supercycle, Cycle, Primary, Intermediate, Minor, Minute, Minuette, Sub-Minuette.

Objective

Objective to prepare candidates to understand and use ELLIOTT WAVE effectively.

Benefits

Predict the market trend on the basis of wave patterns; 

Opportunities on either side of the trend. Even corrective moves can be identified;

A long-term investment can be successfully booked based on the defined price target shown by 5th wave of the Elliott wave theory;

It assists in recognising the market sentiment;

Technical formation such as Double top, Triple top, and Head and shoulder can be determined with Elliott wave.

Topics Covered

1. INTRODUCTION OF ELLIOTT WAVE THEORY

2. IMPULSE WAVE 

3. DIAGONAL WAVE

4. ZIG ZAG

5. TRIANGLE 

6. WXY PATTERN

7. ENTRY AND EXIT POINT OF ELLIOTT WAVE 

8.PRACTICAL VIDEO

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