Study of Cycles
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The purpose of the Study of Cycles website is to help educate traders and investors in the naturally occurring patterns of variation in markets and in the causes of price fluctuation. While this is primarily an educational site, the author has personally benefitted in numerous ways from these ideas and hopes others may also.

It is our experience that many financial services, investment counselors and sites confuse market participants more than they illuminate; our first and primary aim is clarity. Please note that tutorials on this site are free for viewing. Please see the Tutorials page for a list of all free tutorials available. BASIC information is located lower in the page.

    The Most Recent Tutorial is posted below.

Last Updated: 11/16/2014 

Elliott Wave Analysis

Weekend Elliott Wave Analysis including a review of Sentiment, the S&P500, the US Dollar Index, Crude Oil, and Gold.

The video is not to be taken as trading or investment advice. The presentation is educational and explores whether or not Elliott Wave Theory applies well in real-time. The video also provides perspective on market history and patterns that may have been seen in the past.

Tutorial # 146 (click on the video at left)
BASICS
BASICS  (click on the image to the left)

The basics of Elliott Wave Theory are explained in these videos (more to follow). Visitors are urged to read The Elliott Wave Principle by Frost & Prechter, New Classics Library, in order to have a more thorough foundation of wave theory, the importance of the Elliott trend channel, the types and styles of corrections and the nature of the Fibonacci sequence.

It is the opinion of this site that 85 - 90% of the tools needed to succeed in the market are available in that text and subsequent reading. Bear in mind, however, that while the ideas presented are simple, diligence and persistance are needed in application.
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