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The Elliott Wave Principle
Wave theory is founded upon the concept that the markets
price movements are not a result of the latest news headline, but are
in fact a direct product of the mass psyche of the market participants.
concludes that it is
psychology of the crowd
that moves prices as the mood swings back and forth from
many times do we see the market drop on supposedly good news,
a stocks price rise on the announcement of some pretty disastrous
results? Of course, the talking heads will always find an angle to
explain away these discrepancies, such as 'results were not as bad as
or something similar, that is their job after all.
For a technical analyst it is not the news that matters, or even the
numbers in those results,
it is the market's reaction to the numbers that is
the only thing that matters and is all that he is