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Elliott Wave: The Macro Trader

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Students will improve on their execution using Elliott Wave, you will learn to enter long-term macro positions and manage them.
Students will become familiar with the steps they need to take to improve their macro trading concepts to succeed.
Requirements
Some knowledge of Elliott Wave. I have a beginners course here on Udemy
Description
I have often heard many retail traders claim Elliott Wave is too technical or simply too subjective, well this course will bust this myth. Elliott Wave has been the go to analysis format for macro traders globally. Paul Tudor Jones famously extolled its virtues and often the likes of Soros have mention in passing, while this is by no means validation but how can it be the things novice traders claim it is if professional traders are basic capital allocation on it? A question worth asking. My opinion is simple, I have made several macro trades on Elliott Wave and had an awesome outcome, so I guess each to his own.

In this course you will learn how to execute a trade with Elliott with a clear illustrated methodology and you will soon see that any difficulty you had with EW is due to you rather than EW itself.

Course Highlights

Learn a unique execution method for getting in out of trades

Learn how to develop the critical thinking to lead macro events

A perfect follow on for the previous Elliott Wave course

Some key important uses and Fib levels you should be watching for all assets

Additional support via Discord

I hope you enjoy the program and don’t forget to access my discord server for Q and A, the link is in the resource section of the first lecture. Enjoy!

Who this course is for
Intermediate and Advanced Traders

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