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    Default Asking For Elliot Wave

    The Rock is going to make some homework in Elliot Wave. The Rock want to ask if anyone, and The Rock means anyone have trading elliot wave for past few year (2000), please give The Rock your workspace from 1hr, 4hr and daily charts. The Rock will appreciate that.
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    Thanx for getting the ball rolling.

    Unfortunately, I am personally not a fan of elliot, so I do not have any elliot charts with me, but well hopefully anyone here who has it will contribute.

    All the best.
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    Elliott's work on corrective wave patterns allows me to identify countertrend moves within trending markets. Because I'm familiar with these patterns and their characteristics, I can anticipate the points where and when countertrend moves will most likely end. The more familiar you are with corrective wave patterns, the closer you are to being in the right place at the right time when the larger trend resumes."
    There are two modes of wave development: motive and corrective. Motive waves have a five-wave structure, while corrective waves have a three-wave structure or a variation thereof. Motive mode is employed by both the five-wave pattern and its same-directional components, i.e., waves 1,3, and 5. Their structures are called "motive," because they powerfully impel the market. Corrective mode is employed by all counter-trend interruptions, which include waves 2 and 4. Their structures are called "corrective," because each one appears as a response to the preceding motive wave yet accomplishes only a partial retracement, or "correction," of the progress it achieved.
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    interested to know about EW also.........pls guide us for those who know about EW..........sm_smile

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    Macam mana nak cari titik permulaan EW ni ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FX TEACHER View Post
    Elliott's work on corrective wave patterns allows me to identify countertrend moves within trending markets. Because I'm familiar with these patterns and their characteristics, I can anticipate the points where and when countertrend moves will most likely end. The more familiar you are with corrective wave patterns, the closer you are to being in the right place at the right time when the larger trend resumes."
    There are two modes of wave development: motive and corrective. Motive waves have a five-wave structure, while corrective waves have a three-wave structure or a variation thereof. Motive mode is employed by both the five-wave pattern and its same-directional components, i.e., waves 1,3, and 5. Their structures are called "motive," because they powerfully impel the market. Corrective mode is employed by all counter-trend interruptions, which include waves 2 and 4. Their structures are called "corrective," because each one appears as a response to the preceding motive wave yet accomplishes only a partial retracement, or "correction," of the progress it achieved.
    thanx for the intro on elliot thre..

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    interested to know about EW also.........pls guide us for those who know about EW..........sm_smile
    Ok, what you can do is firstly, either google about it, as I found much info on it on google, or refer this website, http://www.elliottwave.com/features/howtotrade/

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    Macam mana nak cari titik permulaan EW ni ?
    Anda boleh refer di sini untuk tau lebih lanjut.. http://www.elliottwave.com/features/howtotrade/
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    apa benda sebenarnya ew ni ek? indicator ker atau teknik?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tahir85 View Post
    apa benda sebenarnya ew ni ek? indicator ker atau teknik?
    Ia ialah salah satu teknik menganalisa graf..
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    Salam,

    Aku pun nk kongsi ckit pasal EW ni.. Dlu mmg pening nk pk pasal phi, devine proportion & fibo ni.. Last aku g kedai buku & trjumpa buku ni, "The Da Vinci Code".. Masa tu baru la gak kua cte da vinci code ni.. Lepas aku baca buku ni baru la phm sedikit sebanyak tuk wat panduan camne nk kira EW ni.. Pasal EW ni ada mcm patern, ada yg zig zag, ada yg ascending triangle, diagonal triangle.. Mcm lg la.. Korg ble try tgk kt cni

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    File Ada 3 Halaman Jer....selepas content dah takder

    Quote Originally Posted by scalperfx View Post
    Salam,

    Aku pun nk kongsi ckit pasal EW ni.. Dlu mmg pening nk pk pasal phi, devine proportion & fibo ni.. Last aku g kedai buku & trjumpa buku ni, "The Da Vinci Code".. Masa tu baru la gak kua cte da vinci code ni.. Lepas aku baca buku ni baru la phm sedikit sebanyak tuk wat panduan camne nk kira EW ni.. Pasal EW ni ada mcm patern, ada yg zig zag, ada yg ascending triangle, diagonal triangle.. Mcm lg la.. Korg ble try tgk kt cni
    Salam Scalper,
    file attachment tu tak complete pls double check

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    link itu hanya preview jer..kalau interested mesti beli buku itu rasanya. tapi, kalau rajin, internet ni luas, tentu boleh cari sumber lain, dan jika tidak faham sesuatu boleh bertanya di sini ok..
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    Quote Originally Posted by hasfariz View Post
    Salam Scalper,
    file attachment tu tak complete pls double check
    Mmg xcomplete.. Aku pun beli buku tu kt MPH.. Tu cuma cth buku pasal EW ni.. Lgpun byk lg ebooks kt dlm tenet ni pasal EW.. Mcm ni cikgu kelas ni ckp, klu ada pape cphm, ble tnyer kt cni..

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    Default Ew teori..

    Quote Originally Posted by tahir85 View Post
    apa benda sebenarnya ew ni ek? indicator ker atau teknik?
    sayapun baru belajar,
    yang saya faham, EW tu hanya teori,..price akan naik dengan 5wave, di susuli dengan turun dengan 3wave...ataupun, turun dengan 5wave, disusulu dengan naik dengan 3wave...simple je kan..tapi tak selalunya betul...
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    masalah ew bagi saya nak cari wave 1. ada sapa2 ble bagi idea cam na?

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    if my memory serves me right..tuk cari wave 1, u do need to analyze graph bebnyk dan mendalam, EW is not very easy, tp kalo dah master..then very good.
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