What is ELLIOTT WAVE PRINCIPLE?

A technical analysis concept in securities trend prediction. A pattern made of five waves up and three waves down consistently occurs in the stock markets. US accountant Ralph Elliott (18711948) as described in his 1938 book ‘The Wave Principle’ observed these trends.

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