TÀI LIỆU TỔNG HỢP - Giao dịch theo sóng Elliot


Nearly every student of technical analysis has heard of the Elliott Wave Theory and isprobably fascinated by the concept. However despite its popularity, Elliott Wave is also the least correctly understood theory of technical analysis. Too many traders have found the numerous rules behind Elliott Wave Theory to be overly complicated and subjective.

For those who correctly understand the rules, Elliott Wave Theory has proven to be a reliable basis for interpreting and forecasting price action. For those who misinterpret the rules, incorrect forecasting will lead many to conclude that Elliott Wave Theory is obsolete. Nevertheless, many traders have used Elliott Wave Theory to successfully identify turning points in price action.
Developed by Ralph Nelson Elliott in the 1930s, Elliott Wave Theory was originally designed to forecast stock price movement.
Over time however, the theory has been applied to a variety of markets, particularly foreign exchange. It’s higher popularity in the foreign exchange market stems from the fact that 80% of the volume in the FX market is speculative. This is important since waves are based upon mass psychology. Elliott Wave Theory is now a very popular analytical strategy frequently used by the technicians of leading investment banks and intermarket players.
The Elliott Wave Theory is founded on the notion that markets are not perfectly efficient. As a result, prices from one momentto the next are not random but rather subject to changes in overall investor behavior changes that can be predictable with an understanding of mass psychology.

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