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Elliott Wave Theory

Elliott Wave Theory interprets market actions in terms of recurrent price structures obedient to the Fibonacci sequence. Basically, Market cycles are composed of two major types of Wave : Impulse Wave and Corrective Wave. For every impulse wave, it can be sub-divided into 5 - wave structure (1-2-3-4-5), while for corrective wave, it can be sub-divided into 3 - wave structures (a-b-c).

Surfer's Waves within Wave
An important feature of Elliott Wave is that they are fractal in nature. 'Fractal' means market structure are built from similar patterns on a larger or smaller scales. Therefore, we can count the wave on a long-term yearly market chart as well as short-term hourly market chart.

Rules for Wave Count
Based on the market pattern, we can identify ' where we are' in term of wave count. Nevertheless, as the market pattern is relatively simplistic, there are several rules for valid counts:

1. Wave 2 should not break below the beginning of Wave 1;
2. Wave 3 should not be the shortest wave among Wave 1, 3 and 5;
3. Wave 4 should not overlap with Wave 1, except for wave 1, 5, a or c of a higher degree.
4. Rule of Alternation : Wave 2 and 4 should unfold in two different wave forms.

Wave forms in Impulse Wave
There are three major types of wave form in Impulse Wave:
(a) Extended Wave
Among Wave 1, 3 and 5, only one should unfolded into extended wave. 'Extension' means the wave is elongated in nature and sub-waves are conspicuous in relation to waves of higher degree.

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