Learn Advanced Technical Analysis For Financial Trading In Stock Market, Commodities And Forex - Futures & Options

advanced stock market courseWhat Is This Course About?

This is a technical analysis course based on an advanced concept in technical analysis, popularly known as Elliott Wave Theory. Elliott wave theory was discovered in 1930s by Ralph Nelson Elliott and has survived the test of time over decades. This is a complex tool in technical analysis, which can be difficult to understand initially, but once you start applying it you would be amazed with the insights offered by this theory. The various examples shared with you as part of this course will convince you on this and power of technical analysis in general.

Why Should You Take ThisCourse?

This course will help you understand this advanced concept from technical analysis so that you can start applying it for short term trading or long term investing purposes. Throughout the course we share many examples from real life trading (many of them taken from our technical analysis research desk over last couple of years). These examples will demonstrate to you the practical applicability of all the concepts you are taught in the course.

As part of this course you will also learn the various technical analysis patterns associated with elliott wave theory. Some of these technical analysis patterns are complete trading systems in themselves that you can use instantly to trade profitably. Students who have some knowledge of classical technical analysis can also combine their knowledge with what they will learn in this course and can improve the accuracy of their trades substantially.

Introduction of Elliott Wave Theory
Classification of Waves and Waves degree Titling
Essential Tenets of Wave
All Typical characteristics of Impulse Wave
(i) Diagonal
(ii) Extension
(iii) Truncation
How to find right wave 3rd with the help of some regular indicators.
Essential Correction construction of Wave.
(i) Zig – Zag
(ii) Flat
(iii) Triangle
(iv) Combination (Double and Triple)
Guidelines of Wave Formation
(i) Alternation
(ii) Wave Equality
(iii) Channeling
(iv) Volume
Ratio Analysis and Fibonacci Sequence
(i) Retracement
(ii) Retracement in Impulse
(iii) Retracement in Corrective

  •            Introduction
  • Types of Wolfe Wave
  • Rules of Bullish Wolfe Wave
  • Rules of Bearish Wolfe Wave
  •  Valid and Invalid Wolfe Wave
  •  Difference in Elliott Wave & Wolfe Wave.
  • Rule of Corrective Waves
  • Wave Development in all time farm
  • Protective Stop for Wolfe Wave
  • Combine Wolfe Wave
    (i) Impulse to Corrective
    (ii) Corrective to impulse

 

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