Some of you may have heard of an indicator called the "ZigZag" and a trading theory called "Elliott Wave". The Elliott Wave Theory is named after Ralph Nelson Elliott. Inspired by the Dow Theory and by observations found throughout nature, Elliott concluded that the movement of the stock market could be predicted by observing and identifying a repetitive pattern of waves. In fact, Elliott believed that all of man's activities, not just the stock market, were influenced by these identifiable series of waves.
Elliott's main discovery was that market behavior could be identified and measured through a repeating eight wave sequence, consisting of 5 waves that he called "impulsive," followed by a 3-wave "corrective" sequence. Impulse waves are labeled numerically 1 through 5, corrective waves are labeled A, B and C.
Zigzag: Zigzag patterns are sharp declines (or advances in a bear rally) that substantially correct the price level of the previous impulse sequence. Often wave B (the counter-trend wave of the ABC pattern) is the shortest relative to A and C. In zigzag patterns, the sequence may double or triple up until the price correction target is achieved. Zigzags internally subdivide 5-3-5 as follows: Wave A (5-waves, motive), Wave B (3-waves, corrective), Wave C (5-waves, motive).
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