The Wave Principle classifies price action as either motive or corrective. Corrective waves move opposite the direction of the primary trend and include the zigzag, flat, triangle and combinations of these patterns.
See examples of a head-and-shoulders pattern in a chart of SPY By Elliott Wave International A head-and-shoulders pattern is one of the most well-known classic chart patterns. In this 4-minute video from Jeffrey Kennedy’s Trader’s Classroom, you’ll see an example of a bearish head-and-shoulders formation and a bullish, inverted head-and-shoulders pattern in the chart of […]
All right, its time to tackle some important questions and controversies. Do cycles exist in financial markets? Even if they exist, can we trade them profitably? Perhaps it’s often debated only on first scale and completely ignored on second scale basis. Let me take a dip into the topic and some insights alongside.
Next 2 sessions will be critical for nifty. Strength above 7730 is likely to open higher levels like 7920-8000.. On the other hand, if nifty weakens below todays low of 7532,we may see 7300. wave counts are depicted in the chart and alternate counts are in the bracket.
As we can see in the daily chart,If we label 6342 (3 Nov 2013) to 5972 ( 22 Nov 2013) as wave A, gradually wave has to be labeled at 6415 (9 Dec 2013). The C wave has been confirmed when Nifty breached the 38.2% of wave B. Here Nifty have formed ‘ Flat ‘ where B wave is larger than A wave but fails to exceed above 123.6% of wave A
The Nifty is presently in minor wave 5 of Intermediate wave (1) of Primary wave (I) of a new cycle which started in March 2009. It completed minor wave 1 at 4693 in June 2009, followed by the corrective minor wave 2 in July 2009.
Elliot Wave International had updated their views on Indian Maket based on elliot wave theoy. Have a look on it http://www.elliottwave.com/freeupdates/archives/2009/11/03/India%92s-Stock-Market-Is-the-Recent-Selloff-Here-To-Stay.aspx Source: www.marketcalls.in