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R.N. Elliott

Ralph Nelson Elliott was the originator of the Elliott wave theory.


He was born as a U.S. citizen on July 28, 1871, in Maryville, Kansas, United States. In his youth, he was employed variously as a telegraph operator, stenographer, train dispatcher, station agent lineman at the height of America's railroad boom. He entered the accounting field in the mid 1890s. He spent the next six years of his life in New York City as a restaurant accountant and meanwhile became familiar with the Wall Street area.


In 1930, he moved to California. He took to studying charts of the major market indices to occupy his time as he recovered from his illness. It was about this time that he decided to dedicate himself to the study of the behavior of the U.S. Stock Market.



Elliott organized his research into an essay that he titled "The Wave Principle" which was published in book form in 1935. in it, Elliott advocated that, although stock market trends may appear random and unpredictable, they actually follow predictable, natural laws and can be measured and predicted using Fibonacci ratios



Elliott  final major work isNature's Law --The Secret of the Universe, which was published in June 1946, two years before his death.

Elliott Wave Theory was popularized in the seventies by Robert Prechter and A.J.Frost with their book " Elliott Wave Principle"


    Lesson 1: Introduction to the Wave Principle

    Basic Tenets

    The Five Wave Pattern.

    Wave Mode.


    Lesson 2: Details of the Complete Cycle

    The Essential Design


    Lesson 3: Essential Concepts

    Number of Waves at Each Degree.

    Detailed Analytics

    Wave Function


    Lesson 4: Motive Waves





    Lesson 5: Diagonal Triangles

    Ending Diagonal

    Leading Diagonal


    Lesson 6: Zigzags

    Corrective Waves.

    Zigzags (5-3-5 )


    Lesson 7: Flats (3-3-5)


    Lesson 8: Triangles


    Lesson 9: Corrective Combinations

    Double and Triple Threes

    Orthodox Tops and Bottoms

    Reconciling Function and Mode


    Lesson 10: The guideline of alternation


    Alternation Within Impulses

    Alternation Within Corrective Waves


    Lesson 11: Forecasting corrective waves......

    Depth of Corrective Waves (Bear Market Limitations)

    Behavior Following Fifth Wave Extensions


    Lesson 12: Channeling

    Wave Equality

    Charting the Waves

    Channeling Technique



    Lesson 13: More Guidelines



    The "Right Look”


    Lesson 14: Wave Personality


    Lesson 15: Practical Application

    Learning the Basics

    Practical Application


    Lesson 16: Introducing Fibonacci

    Historical And Mathematical Background Of The Wave Principle

    The Fibonacci Sequence

    The Golden Ratio

    They called it "the golden mean."


    Lesson 17: Introduction To Ratio Analysis

    Ratio Analysis




    Lesson 18: Motive and Corrective Wave Multiples

    Wave Multiples


    Lesson 19: Applied Ratio Analysis


    Lesson 20: Multiple Wave Relationships

    Multiple Wave Relationships


    21. Combining Elliot Wave with Traditional Technical Analysis .



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  • Dealers, Sub-brokers, Relationship Managers, Asst. Relationship Managers, Professional, Stock Broker, Investment Consultants, Portfolio Managers, Fund Managers, Wealth Managers, Treasury Managers, Researchers, etc.
  • Traders & Investors
  • Those who want to persevere the career as Senior Research Analyst



  • Become a certified Elliot Wave Theory Technical Analyst
  • Assistance in getting a job as Senior Technical Analyst or Research Analyst


The candidate should be Minimum 10+2(HSC)

The candidate need to have basic knowledge of technical Analysis, however not mandatory.

The candidate should be Minimum graduate for NCFM Certification and to get a job as anSenior Research Analyst.

Start with a demonstration class.