March 27, 2011 — Daily Elliott Wave Video Analysis

The daily Elliott Wave analysis video for March 27, 2011, is available here. The video will always remain accessible via the current link for a future relevance. You can use it to check the accuracy of our Elliott Wave forecasts or for your self-education in such analysis.

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Technical Indicators
Following technical indicators are discussed along with their brief history and introduction.

  • Relative Strength Index - RSI
  • Moving Average Convergence Divergence - MACD
  • Average Directional Movement Index - ADX
  • Exponential Moving Average - EMA

Fibonacci
History and introduction of Fibonacci is discussed.

  • History of Leonardo Pisano Fibonacci
  • Re-discovery of ancient number sequence
  • Fibonacci Re-tracement levels
  • Fibonacci Extension levels

Elliott wave principle
A brief introduction of Elliott wave basic pattern is discussed

  • Impulsive wave patterns
  • Corrective wave patterns
  • Labeling

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