Forex wave theory PDF

Forex wave theory

Forex wave theory PDF- A technical analysis for spot and futures currency traders: The purpose of this book is to provide spot and futures currency traders with an innovative approach to the technical analysis of price fluctuations in the foreign exchange markets.

Category: Forex


Language: English

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Contents- Forex wave theory PDF


Part 1. Currency Markets
1. Spot Currencies 3
2. Currency Futures 9

Part 2. Technical Analysis 13
3. Pattern Recognition 15
4. Econometric Models 23
5. Crossover Trading Systems 27
6. Wave Theory 37

Part 3. Reversal Charts 39
7. Point and Figure Charts 41
8. Renko Charts 45
9. Swing Charts 49

Part 4. Brief History of Wave Theory 59
10. Origins of Wave Theory 61
11. Gann Angles 69
12. Kondratiev Wave 75
13. Elliott Wave Theory 79
14. Gartley Patterns 89
15. Goodman Swing Count System 95

Part 5. Two-Wave Cycles 103
16. Properties of Two-Wave Cycles 105
17. Enhancing the Forecast 109

Part 6. Three-Wave Cycles 113
18. Basic Types of Three-Wave Cycles 115
19. Forecasting the Third Wave 123

Part 7. Four-Wave Cycles 127
20. Names of Multiwave Cycles 129
21. Properties of Four-Wave Cycles 133

Part 8. Five-Wave Cycles 137
22. Properties of Five-Wave Cycles 139
23. Forecasting the Fifth Wave 143

Part 9. Six-Wave Cycles 149
24. Properties of Six-Wave Cycles 151
25. Forecasting the Sixth Wave 153
26. Double-Wave Forecasting 159

Part 10. Advanced Topics 163
27. Data Operations 165
28. Swing Operations 173
29. Practical Studies 181
Appendices 189
A. ISO Currencies Pairs 191
B. Exchange Rates 197
C. Global Banking Hours 201
D. Basic Three-Wave Cycles 203
E. Resources 205
Index 213


There are ten major divisions within this book.
Part 1: Currency Markets
Much of the material in this section is a quick overview of both spot currency markets and currency futures. This includes definitions for the technical jargon used throughout the remainder of this book.
Part 2: Technical Analysis
The four most significant categories within technical analysis (i.e., pattern recognition, econometric models, crossover trading systems, and wave theory) are reviewed in the section.
Part 3: Reversal Charts
The essential reversal charts used by wave theoreticians are explained in detail, with the advantages and disadvantages of each method being highlighted. This section lays down the foundation for the remainder of
the book.
Part 4: Brief History of Wave Theory
Wave theory has a long and intriguing history. All the major systems are scrutinized with close attention to the Elliott wave principle.
Parts 5–9: Cycles
Different length cycles (two through six waves) are analyzed in detail, with special emphasis on their predictive reliability. Ratio analysis and cycle frequencies play an important role in determining the level of confidence
for each forecast.

Part 10: Advanced Topics
The salient cycle property called fractality is examined in detail. This is the characteristic where a single wave may be composed of even smaller waves. In this fashion, forecasts may be calculated at two different fractal levels, thus providing a higher degree of confidence prior to entering the market.

About author

James Bickford began trading commodity futures in the early 1980s. Since 2001, he has focused his investment efforts solely on trading spot currency pairs via online Forex dealers. His academic background is in computer science, applied mathematics, and statistics. By profession, he has been a software engineer for nearly three decades. He has authored and coauthored several books on technical analysis and currency trading: Chart Plotting Algorithms for Technical Analysts (Syzygy Publishing, 2001), Getting Started in Currency Trading (Wiley, 2005), Forex Chartist’s Companion: A Visual Approach to Technical Analysis (Wiley, 2006), and Forex Trader’s Companion: Focus on Major Currencies (Wiley, 2007)

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