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Hello,

I am currently learning how to trade using elliot wave theory.
Can anybody put some light on which wave count are we currently as per Elliot wave theory on a long term as well as short term basis.

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Hello,

I am currently learning how to trade using elliot wave theory.
Can anybody put some light on which wave count are we currently as per Elliot wave theory on a long term as well as short term basis.

Regards,
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@ Ashwini,

You can take reference of the following Books :-

1) Elliott Wave Principle,Key to Stock Makret Profits by Frost & Pretcher

2) Mastering the Elliott Wave by Glenn O Neely with Eric Hall.

If possible,learn from someone,who is using this technique.This is because,it's very subjective & many people might come out with different counts.

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Hi Aswini.
Even I am a recent follower of the Elliott wave principle.
Here are some counts I could come up with, they could be wrong, but that's what I could figure out.
Wave 1: April 03 - Jan 08
Wave 2: Jan 08 - Mar 09
Wave 3(extended): Mar 09 - Counting...

In extended Wave 2
Wave 1 : Mar 09 - Nov 10
Wave 2 : Nov 10 - Dec 11
Wave 3 : Dec 11 - Counting...

In Wave 3
Wave 1 : 20/Dec/11 - 22/Feb/12
Now the concern is weather from the rise from 7th march is a correction in wave 2 or start of wave 3. Waiting for a breakout above 22nd feb will clear that up.

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Hi Aswinini,

My wave count suggests that we have just completed in wave 4 / or are amidst wave 4.

Whichever way it is, I feel that the market is bullish.

Notice the break from the 1.5 year old channel. Also notice the 38% retracement that happened (Nifty falling from 5600 to 5200) which is classical wave 4.

Moreover notice the momentum on the rally from 4700 to 5600 - very high. again classical wave 3.
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wave 5 is expected to surpass 5600 , but with relatively lower momentum thereby give rise to divergence.
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Books are definately the best source - Robert Petcher being the classical one.

But i would strongly suggest that you take up an appropriate course with a guy who practices TA himself.
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Get yourself to read books by Glenn Neely, he is the best. nothing to beat him
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Hey Ashmi,

the count looks pretty good, but needs some improvements.

since the wave 2 was a deep correction & 0.786 of wave 1, so wave 4 should be either a flat or a triangle. This is the rule of alternation.

If wave 2 was a zig zag then wave 4 should follow the rule of alternation & create another pattern than wave 2.

These are the common rules which every elliottician should follow.

The first thing anybody should do is learn all the rules & guidelines of elliott wave. That is the base. for example wave 3 can never be the shortest wave.
If it is not the shortest wave then there are ways of interpreting wave 3.


study will definitely make you more better.

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Hi Aswinini,

My wave count suggests that we have just completed in wave 4 / or are amidst wave 4.

Whichever way it is, I feel that the market is bullish.

Notice the break from the 1.5 year old channel. Also notice the 38% retracement that happened (Nifty falling from 5600 to 5200) which is classical wave 4.

Moreover notice the momentum on the rally from 4700 to 5600 - very high. again classical wave 3.
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wave 5 is expected to surpass 5600 , but with relatively lower momentum thereby give rise to divergence.

I fully agree with you the count goes like this Corrective Wave IV fragmented in to ABC sub corrective Sequences .. and now i am looking at 5386 is fibo 61.8 retracement level and B peak 5499 to be taken out for 100% confirmation..i have taken up Positional Long with SL.5170

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Advice but not the ELLIOTT WAVE Count!
I m not sure whether the correction (NIFTY) has finally ended and the NEW BULL run is in progress. But still, i m expecting nifty to reach @ 5900 levels... Correction in Combinations are the worst thing to predict so better stay alert!

If u are practicing elliott wave theory then try to count waves in depth and don't forget that same patterns will occur again & again with smaller changes. One thing more, if u put ur elliott wave view @ net then others will start pulling ur leg by saying this & that is wrong in ur view


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