This course is for people with little-to-no experience with the Elliott Wave Principle.
Want to learn how to trade the stock market, commodities, and other markets? Worried about your lack of experience?
Designed with "newbies" in mind, The Basics of the Wave Principle presents material in a clear, straight-forward, easy-to-understand way. This course walks you through the rules and guidelines, wave structures and personalities, Fibonacci relationships and more - a valuable primer, refresher or reference for any technical trader. We examine idealized and real charts from various markets. Throughout the 90-minute course, quiz questions help you test your understanding of each lesson. Once completed, you will:
Students will get an introduction to Ralph Nelson Elliott and the Elliott Wave patterns visible in the market(s).
Test your knowledge on lesson one!
Part 1 of a 2-part lecture series on Motive Waves. Students will learn to identify and correctly label Motive Waves.
Part 2 of a 2-part series about Motive Waves. Students will learn to identify and correctly label Motive Waves.
Students will experience Corrective Waves through real-life charts from various markets. Learn to identify Corrective Waves!
Students will learn and be able to apply the three rules of the Elliott Wave Principle.
Part 1 in a 2-part series on Guidelines. This lesson covers the Guidelines, or strong suggestions, that help guide the Elliott Wave Principle.
Part 2 in a 2-part series on Guidelines. This lesson covers the Guidelines, or strong suggestions, that help guide the Elliott Wave Principle.
Students will learn the "personalities" of each wave, as well as the mass psychology behind waves in the markets.
Students will learn to identify and apply Fibonacci Relationships to charts, and the real-world.
This is a brief summary of the course for students. It will touch on the important areas from each lesson.
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