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Visual Guide to Elliott Wave Trading
Trader Tools: How to Bolster Your Wave Count Using 'Classic' Indicators
U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service editor Robert Kelley shows you how to combine "classic" market indicators with Elliott waves in real time. You'll learn new, practical techniques that you can add to your toolbox right away.
Put the KSI Indicator to Work in Your Trading Plan
U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service Editor Robert Kelley walks you through the KSI indicator and shows you how to put it to work in your personal trading plan.
Sharpen Your Skills: Learn to Spot Big Tops in the S&P 500
U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service editor Robert Kelley shows you reliable indicators that have helped him spot big tops since the 2009 low. Learn what to look for when these indicators scream "Top!" Expect to come away with new tools to add to your trading arsenal.
Elliott Wave Principle - Key to Market Behavior
The Kennedy Channeling Technique
The Wave Principle Applied
Learning Fundamentals: Channeling
Elliott noted that parallel trend channels typically mark the upper and lower boundaries of impulse waves, often with dramatic precision. Analysts should draw them in advance to assist in determining wave targets and to provide clues to the future development of trends.
To draw a proper channel, first connect the ends of waves two and four. If waves one and three are normal, the upper parallel most accurately forecasts the end of wave 5 when drawn touching the peak of wave three, as in Figure 1.
Key Takeaway: Can you count a completed five waves and prices just hit a channel? Pay attention!
For a complete description, please read Elliott Wave Principle: Key to Market Behavior by Robert Prechter and A.J. Frost.