The Elliott Wave Principle
Wave Principle was published in the 1970s by Frost and
Prechter but The Wave
Principle was originally developed in the 1930s
by Ralph Nelson Elliott who had the view that
man is subject to rhythmical procedure, calculations having to do with
his activities can be projected far into the future with a
justification and certainty heretofore unattainable.'
A respected accountant, RN Elliott suffered from periods of
health and at a time of historical stock market activity, spent much of
his time studying the movements of the financial markets to occupy his
He observed that the markets often appeared to move in repetitive and
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Elliott studied the
charts of a number of stock market indexes spanning 75 years
degrees of time, from Yearly down to 30 mins. What he discovered was
that these patterns were repetitive and took the form of interlinking waves.
These waves then went on to develop into larger waves within
similar patterns. Elliott noted that'What appears random
unrelated, will actually trace out a recognizable pattern
you learn what to look for.'
then set out to describe using the Elliott Wave theory was how the
actually behaves. There are a number of specific
variations on the
underlying pattern, which Elliott meticulously described and
He also noted the important fact that each pattern has
identifiable requirements as
From these observations, he was able to formulate numerous rules and
correct wave identification. A thorough knowledge of such
details is necessary to understand
what the markets can do, and at
least as important, what
it does not do.
work remained relatively unknown until the 1970s when A.J. Frost and
Prechter Jr. published the Elliott
Wave Principle which is now
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since become one of the most popular and commonly used financial
technical analysis indicators used today.
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