Tips From a Pro: How To Trade Forex With Elliott Wave
Learn what the Wave Principle is and which waves are best for trading forex in this 20-minute video presentation from EWI's Senior Currency Strategies Jim Martens.
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Nothing helps you learn it faster than watching a good teacher
Currency trading is already the largest and most liquid market on the planet. You may have heard that Elliott wave analysis is something many forex traders use. It's true; wave analysis is not a crystal ball, but it helps you accomplish three crucial goals: identify the trend, stay with it, and know when the trend is likely over.
Learning the Wave Principle is a goal of many and a success of few but nothing helps you learn it faster than watching a good teacher.
In early November 2007, EWI's Senior Currency Strategist Jim Martens taught a live 3-hour course on trading with Elliott in Denver, CO. What you are about to see is a condensed version of Jim's course consisting of the highlights of his best insights.
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Meet Your Presenter
Jim Martens Senior Interest Rates Analyst
Jim Martens began his financial markets career in the mid-1980s on the Commodity Exchange Center in New York and later worked with Nexus Capital Limited, a Soros-affiliated hedge fund, as their technical market strategist. He is an experienced Elliott wave instructor and presents at various trading seminars and tutorials around the world. Jim first joined EWI in 1993, covering a diverse list of markets from commodities to financials, and later spent many years heading up the currency team. He is now editor of EWI's Interest Rates Pro Service.