In our previous introduction to Elliott Wave Basics - Structure, we looked at the conventional rules and guidelines for the structure of an impulse and corrective wave as well as the fractal nature of waves. We now move on to explore the variation of impulse or motive waves.
By Fan Yang | Jun 29, 2011 | FX Times
There are many angles from which we assess the charts of financial markets. For example we can describe the strength of a move by the relative candle sizes and shapes. We can assess the momentum using the RSI or stochastic. We can get information on the volatility from indicators such as the ATR or the Bollinger Band.
By Fan Yang | Jun 15, 2011 | FX Times
Elliott wave analysis works real-time in Asian-Pacific markets, as you can see in this Sept. 9, 2010 video about India's S&P Nifty from EWI Asian-Pacific Short Term Update Editor Chris Carolan.
By Roger Baettig | Sep 17, 2010 | IBTimes
The Elliott wave pattern is a structure that defines how a stock behaves. All stocks tend to move in a basic five wave structure that consists of a motive phase and a corrective phase. He needed to claim this observation and so he came up with a super original name: The Elliott Wave Theory.
By Roger Baettig | Sep 09, 2010 | IBTimes
This is an example of how Elliot Wave analysis is applied towards the FOREX market. In this case, we're looking at EUR/USD. We use this in conjunction with our own analysis. Confidence increases when our analysis matches the Elliot Wave analysis.
Sep 02, 2010 | Spot Euro