Major US Indices
Gold & Silver
Crude Oil & Natural Gas
US Stock Indices
Gold, Silver and GDX
Crude Oil & Natural Gas
Value and Momentum Stocks
Beginners Video Course
Syllabus of the Course
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PREDICT THE MARKET
with the Harmonic Elliott Wave theory
Video Course for Beginners
Program of the Course
Section 1. Introduction.
Repeating Patterns Played out by the Market.
Why the Market Keeps Following Similar Patterns.
Section 2. Structure of the A-B-C Fractal.
Introduction to Section 2.
A-B-C up fractal.
A-B-C down fractal.
Takeaways From the Section on A-B-C fractal.
A-B-C fractal: case studies.
Section 3. The Five Wave Fractal.
Introduction to Section 3.
How A-B-C fractals form Five Wave fractal.
The Five Wave Up Fractal.
The Five Wave Down Fractal.
Rule 1 of the Five Wave Up
ule 1 of the Five Wave Up
Rule 2 of the Five Wave Up Fractal.
Rule 2 of the Five Wave Up Fractal-Video
Rule 3 of the Five Wave Up Fractal.
Rule 3 of the Five Wave Up Fractal-Video
Rule 4 of the Five Wave Up Fractal.
Rule 5 of the Five Wave Up Fractal.
Rule 6 of the Five Wave Up Fractal.
Takeaways from Section 3
Section 4. Fractal nature of price charts.
Introduction to Section 4.
How small A-B-C and Five Up fractals become parts of similar bigger fractals.
Bigger fractals are just combinations of smaller size fractals.
How Waves are subdivided into subwaves.
What You Should Remember about Fractals.
How to Label Waves and Subwaves.
Impulsive vs Corrective Waves.
Section 5. The Five Wave Fractal in Motion.
Introduction to Section 5.
Wave 1 up.
Wave 2 down.
Wave A of 3 up.
Wave B of 3 down.
Wave C of 3.
Wave 4 down.
Wave A of 5 up.
Wave B of 5 down.
Wave C of 5 up.
Section 6. Different Types of Corrective Waves.
Introduction to Section 6 “Corrective Waves”.
Correction shaped as a Simple Zig-Zag.
How to trade a corrective waves shaped as a Regular Flat.
Correction Shaped as a Triangle
How to Trade Triangles.
Triangle: Key Takeaways.
Complex Corrective Pattern: Double Three
Wave B is the least predictable beast.
Bonus.Wave B explained.
Overview of corrective structures: corrections “through time” vs corrections “throw price”.
Guidance on Alternation Between Corrective Waves
Section 7. Fibonacci Numbers and Calculation of the Major Ratios.
Fibonacci Numbers and the Major Ratios.
How we can calculate major ratios between Fibonacci Numbers?
How we can calculate additional useful ratios?
Section 8. How to Measure and Predict Targets for Corrective Waves.
Introduction to Section 8.
How to measure corrective wave 2 with retracement ratio.
Wave 2: the most common retracement ratios.
How to measure corrective wave 4 with retracement ratio.
Wave 4: the most common retracement ratios.
How to measure corrective wave B with retracement ratio.
Wave B: the most common retracement ratios.
Case Studies: Application of Retracement Ratios.
Section 9. Projections: How to Find Targets for Impulsive Waves.
Introduction to Section 9.
How wave C relates to wave A and what projection ratio is.
How to predict the bottom of the wave C down.
Wave C: the most common projection ratios to wave A.
How to predict the top of the wave 3 up.
Most Common Projection Ratios for the wave 3.
How to predict the top of the wave 5 up.
Most Common Projection Ratios for the wave 5.
Case Studies: Application of Projections Ratios for wave C up.
Case Studies: Application of Projections Ratios for wave 3 up.
Case Studies: Application of Projections Ratios for wave 5 up.
Section 10. How to use confluence of targets
Introduction to Section
Confluence of fibs: nailing completion of corrective waves.
Confluence of fibs: nailing completion of impulsive waves.
Section 10. Alternative Approaches to Count Waves
Introduction to Section 11.
Top-to-Down Counting: Step-by-Step Guide.
Down-to-Top Counting: old good traditional approach.
Case Study: AAL: Top-to-Down Counting.
Section 11. Bonus Lessons:
ES-mini: “How To Nail a Top of Wave 3: Looking for dense clusters of projections by waves of different degrees”.
SOXL: “How to Count a Chart From Scratch”.
“When we should not trust spiky subwave C in A-B-C corrective structures”.
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