(۱۸۶) New Tips & Hints

In expanding Triangles, is it necessary for wave-d to “overlap” wave-b? ANSWER: In all Triangles (expanding, contracting or neutral), it is essential that a portion of the price range of wave-d “overlap” a portion of the vertical price coverage of wave-b. It is also possible (especially in expanding Triangles) that the entire range of wave-b […]

(۱۸۵) New Tips & Hints

In a contracting triangle, can the e-leg be larger in price than the d-leg? ANSWER: The rules that make up a contracting Triangle are as follows… ۱- Wave-a must be the longest in price of waves-a, c & e ۲- Wave-e must be the shortest in price of waves-a, c & e ۳- Wave-d must […]

(۱۸۴) New Tips & Hints

Your book does not mention “leading diagonals” (i.e., a Terminal in the position of wave-1 or wave-a). Many Elliott Wave analysts recognize such patterns; do you think they exist? ANSWER: No, they don’t exist. Such assumptions are caused by the absence of a rigid, logical rule set in the original theory relating to post-pattern behavior […]

(۱۸۳) New Tips & Hints

It was my belief that no leg of a Triangle, except for wave-e, could itself be a Triangle. Am I correct? ANSWER: In 1990, when I released Mastering Elliott Wave (MEW), that was also my assumption. The statements in MEW were derived from 7 years of personal experience trading, forecasting markets and teaching Wave analysis. […]

(۱۸۲) New Tips & Hints

If wave-B (in any pattern) takes less time than wave-A, can I confidently assume a ZigZag or Flat is NOT underway but instead that a Triangle or Diametric is forming? ANSWER: Yes

(۱۸۱) New Tips & Hints

Is it necessary that all major tops complete with a violent reversal? ANSWER: At risk of comparing market action to the “Theory of Relativity,” the answer to your question is dependent on the technical expertise of the observer. There is the “visual appearance” of a market top and then the “structural, technical reality” of a […]

(۱۸۰) New Tips & Hints

If wave-5 subdivides (inside of a Terminal impulse), can part of it break the 2-4 baseline? ANSWER: Yes, if two conditions are met. Let’s assume the Terminal is trending upward. If you see part of wave-5 break the 2-4 baseline, make sure these two rules are followed: ۱٫ After the break, no part of wave-5 […]

(۱۷۹) New Tips & Hints

I’ve been told if you ask 10 Elliotticians about the future, you’ll get 10 different answers. If so, why and does NEoWave solve this problem? ANSWER: What you stated was correct for the first 60 years of Elliott Wave history and was the reason I developed NEoWave. To be truly useful and accurate, Elliott Wave […]

(۱۷۸) New Tips & Hints

Sometimes you measure time consumed by a pattern from its highest to lowest point. At other times, you measure from the beginning or end of a pattern. Why? ANSWER: The first and best method for measuring time in a pattern is to start at the highest and/or lowest points of the wave segment(s) in question […]

(۱۷۷) New Tips & Hints

In an expanding triangle, must the time of wave-c be longer than the time of wave-a? ANSWER: This may be the shortest response ever given on this service…the answer is YES. For whatever reason, the first leg of any contracting or expanding Triangle must be the most violent leg of that Triangle. When a neutral […]