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On this thread we discuss trading using mostly TA, with some use of FA when relevant. The special emphasis is on Elliott Wave analysis. We welcome ideas and discussion related to Sentiment, Momentum and Trend Following.

Prechter's Page elliotwave.com
Join club EWI and read the free tutorial first. It's basically an online version of Elliott wave Principal. IMO, it is well worth the money to subscribe to EWI services for a while. Reading them regularly, for at least a few months, is probably the best and most cost effective training available. But - would not advise to follow them (or anyone) blindly in your trading. Use your own judgement. Take responsibility. Be in the driver's seat.

Always give a lot of weight to the prevailing trend. E-waves have a tendency to make you look for "completed structures" and too expect reversals. You will find that a lot more often waves will just keep subdividing in the direction of the larger trend. Big, important reversals will happen, of course.... but they're just too uncommon to make looking for them a worthwhile effort.

Watch out! Sometimes, unrelated cycles and events may appear as "meaningful" patterns.... :) youtu.be
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26674The weakest week quantifiableedges.comskinowski-Monday
26673Funny tweet... looks like someone trying to gut-trade 1 minute chart... :) [twskinowski-Monday
26672As excellent an explanation as I've ever seen, PS. I think you also speak fskinowski4Monday
26671lol rayrohn ask "if your E-wave is so good what do you need subscribers fPOKERSAM4Monday
26670Ray, nice to see you back, but we are finished with attacking PS.skinowski-Monday
26669Fwiw posting you website is bad form IMO it shows you trolling for subscribers rayrohn-Sunday
26668That being said, very few bears go nearly as deep as 2000/2009. JonRobohogs-Sunday
26667I updated a message above the charts at my website today. indexinsight.comPOKERSAM1Sunday
26666Having a bias is death to the trader. When I have had them in the past I was kPOKERSAM1Sunday
26665Don't know much about TJ, but subscribed to EWI for quite a while, years agoskinowski1Sunday
26664TJ was correct concerning the ending diagonal five that ends the move up. IMO tPOKERSAM1Sunday
26663Quite possibly, making no endorsements, just throwing it out for comment. I belikckip-last Saturday
26662They are both wrong. JMO "And, a bigger picture view of INDU compared to POKERSAM-last Saturday
26661Elliott Trader (Trader Joe) counting an ED complete on SPX into the Friday highskckip-last Saturday
26660SPX is spending its 4th day in a super tight 8-9 point range. Little more that skinowski-last Friday
26659Wave B of our expanded flat makes a new high.POKERSAM-last Friday
26658Commercial Shorts have recently lightened up... finviz.comJack of All Trades-last Thursday
26657Curious article - commercials are very short Silver, fading the expectations forskinowski-last Thursday
26656Yeah, I admit it is a miserable show. It is a good thing I have my chickun bisnPOKERSAM-last Thursday
26655Whatever else Mr. M. is going to throw at us, let me remind you that as of now yskinowski-last Thursday
26654Yes, that's exactly what happened - in a way, we were dancing with Irma. Thskinowski-September 12
26653I'm busy being a refugee from Irma... living in hotels, roaming the roads..skinowski-September 12
26652Appreciate your sharing all of that Pokersam..........rcksinc-September 12
26651In an expanding flat wave B usually stops at 1.15% to 1.25% of A. C usually traPOKERSAM2September 12
26650Pokersam At what point do you rule out the Flat? In terms of going higher?rcksinc-September 12
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