(186) 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…

(185) 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... 1- Wave-a must be the longest in price of waves-a, c & e 2- Wave-e must be the shortest…

(184) 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…

(183) 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…

(182) 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

(181) 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…

(180) 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…

(179) 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…

(178) 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…