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How One Successful Trader Combines Elliott Wave with Dick Diamond's Technical Method
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By Jill Noble
Thu, 25 Jul 2013 11:30:00 ET
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Watch how Roberto Hernandez -- who trades energy, gold, global equities and currencies -- incorporates Elliott Wave analysis with Dick Diamond's time-tested trading approach.

(Want to learn how Hernandez became the right-hand man to market veteran Dick Diamond? Read the story here >>).

Although Diamond is not an Elliottician, as you've just seen Hernandez rarely makes a trade without checking his Elliott wave patterns. During their upcoming online Market Mentor Trading Course, Roberto will teach you how to incorporate Elliott wave analysis into Dick's trading method.

 
Both instructors know that a good analyst and a good trader are two different things. Learn how to reconcile the two when you attend the next online trading course, beginning at the end of October.
 

 


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