Elliott Wave Course


Elliott Wave Course - Predict the Markets

 

The Complete Guide to professional trading with Elliott Wave Principles

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Course Type

Video Course :

  • 40 Lectures and 4.5 Hours of content
  • 5 Quizzes
  • Pdf Notes

Total Students as of 31st March 2017 : 200+

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  • Separate Question and Answer section for the course where you can clarify your doubts.
  • Certificate of Completion.

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Course Description

What is this course about?

This course is about the practical application of Elliott Wave Theory developed by Sir Ralph Nelson Elliott, according to which the prices in the stock market reflect the crowd psychology of humans which being repetitive forms patterns. These patterns being recognizable on the chart give us predictive power.

In this course you will learn all about these patterns from the point of application in Day Trading, Swing Trading and Investment, also you will see how can we use the concept of Fibonacci Ratios and the concept of Channeling along with some other concepts to add more predictive power to our analysis.

What is special about this course?

This is a PRACTICAL COURSE (on Elliott Wave Principles), that is I have explained all the concepts on live charts rather then a meaningless slide show, also I will keep updating this course with more examples on regular basis so as to keep new ideas coming.

I have included various case scenarios throughout the course, some chart discussions depict Intraday Trade analysis, some depict Swing Case scenario while others discuss long term prospects from an Investors point of view.

Throughout the course I have discussed the basic thought process in a systematic manner so that viewers can understand the complete application part.

What is the aim of this course?

The aim behind this course is to make anyone who takes this course efficient enough to do their own analysis based on the Elliott Wave Principles and be able to make Intraday Trading, Swing Trading or Investment decisions based on their learning.

What are the requirements?

  • Your strong determination to practice and master the concepts taught in the course, rest everything is present in the course itself.
What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand Elliott Wave Principles and use them for Intraday Trading, Swing Trading and Investment.
  • Have a clear understanding of market psychology.
  • Will be able to predict market direction with confidence.
  • Deduce high probability and low risk trades by following the deductive approach for Day Trading, Swing Trading and Investment.
  • Take Intraday and Swing trades with huge confidence.
What is the target audience?

  • Intraday Traders
  • Swing Traders
  • Investors
  • Those who want to learn practical application of Elliott Wave Principles should take this course.
  • Those who believe in scientific and deductive approach to Day trading, Swing Trading and Investing should take this course.
  • Anyone who wants to understand a trading methodology that allows them to trade without requiring them to sit and stare at the screen during the entire trade should take this course.
  • Anyone who wants to make money trading, stocks, indices, forex or commodities either as a Day Trader or Swing Trader should take this course.
  • It will take some time to grasp the concepts fully and would require efforts from the side of students, hence anyone who does not practice by applying the concepts taught in the course to analyze charts should not take this course.

 


Curriculum

Introduction and Aim of Course
 
Disclaimer
 
Section 1: Introduction to Charting Platform
Charting Platform
 
Section 2: The Basic Concept
 
  This lecture explains the very basic five wave pattern of the Elliott Wave Principle that is repeatedly seen on charts.
 
  This lecture defines the 3 basic rules that are the building blocks of the Elliott Wave Principle.
 
  This lecture explains the fractal nature of the Elliott Wave Principle and also explains how a complete cycle is formed.
 
  If you find yourself answering one or more questions incorrectly then it is suggested that you redo the module.
Important Note - Regarding the next two modules
 
Section 3: Motive Waves
 
  NOTE - Kindly download the accompanied pdf file that contains a summary of all the important points that will be discussed in this section, you can use these notes later for quick refrence.

This lecture gives a rough overview of the major difference between the two types of Motive Waves that will be discussed in depth in this section.

 
  This lecture explains the phenomenon of Extension, most frequently found in 3rd wave position and Truncation which is a phenomenon of the 5th wave in Elliott Wave Principle.
 
  This lecture explains the concept of Ending and Leading Diagonals of the Elliott Wave principles.
 
  If you are unable to answer one or more of the questions asked in the quiz then it is suggested that you redo the module.
Section 4: Corrective Waves
 
  NOTE - Download the accompanied pdf file that contains a summary of all the important points that will be discussed in this section, you can use these notes later for quick reference.

This lecture gives a rough outlook of the major difference between Motive and Corrective Waves of the Elliott Wave Principles and also discusses the various types of Corrective Waves that will be discussed in this session in depth.

 
  In this lecture students will understand the concept of Zig Zag correction of the Elliott Wave Principles which is basically a three wave movement consisting of Five - Three - Five wave structure.
 
  In this lecture students will understand the concept of Flat Correction of the Elliott Wave Principles which is basically a three wave movement consisting of Three - Three - Five wave structure.
 
  This lecture explains Corrective Pattern - Triangle of the Elliott Wave Principles which is different from the previously discussed patterns as it is composed of 5 internal waves. I have used the chart of Gold for the purpose of this demonstration.
 
  This lecture explains the concept of complex correction of the Elliott Wave Principles which is a combination of either two or more corrective patterns discussed earlier.
 
  If you are unable to answer one or more questions that are asked in the quiz then it is suggested that you redo the module.
Section 5: Guidelines that give us Clues
 
  NOTE - Download the accompanied pdf file that contains a summary of all the important points that will be discussed in this section, you can use these notes later for quick reference.

This lecture explains guideline of equality a phenomenon that looks at the relation between 1st, 3rd and 5th Waves of the Elliott Wave Principle.

 
  This lecture explains the guideline of Alteration which is a phenomenon associated with the 2nd and 4th waves of the Elliott Wave Principle.
 
  If you are unable to answer one or more questions asked here then it is suggested that you redo the module.
Section 6: Step by Step Deduction
 
  In this lecture you will learn the exact method and point on chart where you should start counting the Waves, also you will learn the concept of Point of Reference that will allow you to move down to lower time frames such as 15 minutes chart for Intraday Trading.
 
  In this section we will take a detailed look at the concept of Fractal Nature of Elliott Wave Principles by doing real market analysis, I will be using the chart of S&P 500 which is an index of the US stock markets for this demonstration.
 
  In this session you will learn how to move down your Elliott Wave count from a higher time frame Monthly to Weekly to Hourly and to 15 minute time frame, also you will see me making live market analysis of S&P 500.
 
  This article gives proof of how the analysis that I did in the last video regarding the direction as well as the target on the 15 minutes chart of S&P 500 materialized precisely.
Conclusion : Concept of Point of Reference
 
Section 7: Fibonacci Ratios + Trade Setups
 
  NOTE - Kindly download the accompanied pdf file that contains a summary of all the important points that will be discussed in this section, you can use these notes later for quick refrence.
 
  This lecture explains the important fibonacci ratios pertaining with the Wave 2 in Elliott Wave Principles and also the trade setups to catch the 2nd Wave.
 
  This lecture explains the important fibonacci ratios pertaining with the Wave 3 in Elliott Wave Principles and also the trade setups to catch the 3rd Wave.
 
  This lecture explains the important fibonacci ratios pertaining with the Wave 4 in Elliott Wave Principles and also the trade setups to catch the 4th Wave.
 
  This lecture explains the important fibonacci ratios pertaining with the Wave 5 in Elliott Wave Principles and also the trade setups to catch the 5th Wave.
 
  This lecture explains the important fibonacci ratios pertaining with the Wave B in Zig Zag correction of the Elliott Wave Principles.
 
  This lecture explains the important fibonacci ratios pertaining with the Wave C in a Zig Zag Correction of the Elliott Wave Principles.
 
  This lecture explains the important fibonacci ratios pertaining with the Wave B in Flat Correction of the Elliott Wave Principles.
 
  This lecture explains the important fibonacci ratios pertaining with the Wave C in Flat Correction of the Elliott Wave Principles.
 
  If you are unable to answer one or more questions asked here then it is suggested that you redo the module.
Section 8: Predicting the Future
 
  In this session you will see me use the Elliott Wave Principles combined with Fibonacci Ratios to predict the future of S&P 500 ( Index of the US Stock Market ).

Disclaimer - All views presented here are purely for educatinal purpose and should not be considered investment advice in any manner. View the disclaimer video at the starting of this course before proceeding with this video.

 
  In this session you will see me using the guidelines of the Elliott Wave Principles to predict the future of S&P 500 ( Index of the US Stock Market ).

Disclaimer - All views presented here are purely for educatinal purpose and should not be considered investment advice in any manner. View the disclaimer video at the starting of this course before proceeding with this video.

 
  In this session you will understand how to use the concepts of Elliott Wave Principles learned so far to determine Point of Invalidation which in terms also acts as stop loss.
 
  This lecture discusses a Bearish Alternate Wave Count for S&P 500 + how to figure out Sure Shot Trading Opportunities.
Section 9: Case Studies
 
  A detailed study of the MCX Crude Oil from Elliott Wave perspective.
Crude Oil : Best Trade
 
 
  A detailed study of the NYMEX Natural Gas chart from an Elliott Wave Perspective.
 
  In this case study I discuss the chart of MCX Natural Gas that I have been following for months and I trade every now and then. Important points discussed in this case study are :

  1. Importance of having Alternate Counts.
  2. How Complex Corrections such as Triple Zig Zag can be labelled as a  W-X-Y.
  3. Using Elliott Wave rules to shift to the alternate count.
 
  In this case study I have done a detailed discussion on Nifty 50 which is an Index of the Indian Stock Market, I have discussed both the Main Count and the Alternate count with appropriate reasoning for why one count is alternate and another is main.