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CHAPTER 4

CONTENTS

Practical Pattern Recognition for Trends and Corrections

49

Why Is It Important to Identify a Trend or Correction?

50

Simple Pattern Recognition Based On Elliott Wave

52

Trend or Correction: The Overlap Guideline

52

ABC and Away We Go

58

Complex Corrections

64

Overlap Is the Key to Identify a Correction

66

Trends and Five-Wave Patterns

67

Greater in Time and Price

75

Fifth Waves Are the Key

77

Momentum and Pattern Position

79

Momentum and Pattern Not Enough

82

Beyond Fib Retracements

83

Internal Retracements and Corrections

84

Alternate Price Projections Qualify Internal Retracements More Alternate Price Projections

89 92

External Retracements Help Identify the Final Section of a Trend or Correction Pattern Price Targets

CHAPTER 5

96 99

Price, Pattern, and Momentum

106

No Excuse

108

Beyond Traditional Cycles

111

Time Retracements and Corrections

112

Alternate Time Projections Narrow the Time Retracement Range

CHAPTER 6

114

More Time Factors

117

The Time Target Zone

118

Time Bands

128

More Time Factors

135

Conclusion

137

Entry Strategies and Position Size

139

Entry Strategy 1: Trailing One-Bar Entry and Stop

140

Entry Strategy 2: Swing Entry and Stop

150

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