IFTA:Elliott Wave Analysis–As Applied to Foreign Exchange Markets

About the Pre­sen­ta­ti­on
Kevin will look to demons­tra­te what it is he looks for when pla­cing a trade. This includes mar­ket ent­ry point, stop and tar­get cal­cu­la­ti­ons. In addi­ti­on, this will include the frus­tra­ti­ons expe­ri­en­ced by the for­mat that tra­di­tio­nal char­ting packa­ges use, often this is a series of, open, high, low and clo­sing pri­ce data, tra­di­tio­nal­ly bar charts and or cand­le­sticks. Kevin will cover “line on clo­se” and when this can be uti­li­zed as a preference.

Kevin has the view­point that the for­mat that pri­ce data is view­ed in, does not always allow a clear under­stan­ding when attemp­ting to uti­li­ze Elliott Wave Prin­ci­ple. Data can beco­me a “by-pro­duct” of your cho­sen time frame. In tra­di­tio­nal tech­ni­cal ana­ly­sis, Kevin feels far too much empha­sis is pla­ced upon clo­sing pri­ce data, pri­ce extre­mes are of far more importance than clo­sing pri­ces, which Kevin will demons­tra­te during the presentation.

About the Pre­sen­ter
Kevin star­ted his care­er in finan­cial mar­kets in 2009, by stu­dy­ing tech­ni­cal ana­ly­sis on a full-time basis. The­se stu­dies led Kevin to sit for the Socie­ty of Tech­ni­cal Ana­lysts (STA) Diplo­ma in 2010 and sub­se­quent­ly to form fxtradingcompany.com

Kevin pre­sen­ted at the STA in May 2019, the title of his pre­sen­ta­ti­on was “Pri­ce Does Not Ali­gn To Time”. Kevin remains a pri­va­te inves­tor focu­sing exclu­si­ve­ly on For­eign Exch­an­ge Markets.

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