Steve: I will admit that I am just relearning MTP so I am in simulation mode. BUT, I have read your entire manual, listened to many of the webinars, read all your Advanced Blogs and applied what you have been teaching. I got the TS3 short and then reversed on the DP which even had a VSA for added confirmation!!!! I used the ATR stop since the oscillator went through the band so I got stopped out, but what I find incredible is that price eventually went to the DP profit target zone and reversed again!!!! I feel that even I could have written your blog today because of how well you teach. Thanks for your great instruction and for answering all of my questions. Again a Million Thanks for your great education!!!!!!!!!!
Greg, Private Trader
Elliott Wave Theory interprets market actions in terms of recurrent price structures that follow the Fibonacci sequence. Basically, Market cycles are composed of two major types of Wave : Impulse Elliott Wave and Corrective Elliott Wave. Impulse wave can be sub-divided into a 5-wave structure (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), while a corrective Elliott Wave can be sub-divided into a 3-wave structures (a, b, c).
For more a more detailed look at each Elliott Wave, click on the links below: