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Elliott Wave

This is by far the most useful method of analysis I have come by in my 3 years of studying technical analysis.  Few people know about Elliott Wave analysis, even fewer know how to implement it, and even fewer know how to profit off of it.  Using this analysis, I pinpointed sell signals in March 2011, May 2011, and on May 2, 2012 near key market turning points. The following link goes to the site of the man who made Elliott Wave public.  I highly recommend taking some time to at least learn the basics through this link.

Elliott Wave Tutorial


Other Techniques

When I conduct any type of analysis, I use several different styles to see if they come to the same conclusion.  This is what I call the “weight of evidence” approach.  Many of the forms of analysis I learned were from the books I had to read for the CMT program.  I listed the books below that I found most useful in my trading.


Technical Analysis of Stock Trends

Technical Analysis: The Complete Resource for Financial Market Technicians

Elliott Wave Principle: Key to Market Behavior

Technical Analysis Explained

Intermarket Analysis

Investment Psychology Explained

Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional (This one is very difficult, but excellent for exact price projections)


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About the Author

Christopher Diodato I have been trading since my eighteenth birthday to pay for my college tuition. It was at first rocky, but now trading is my love, my work, and my passion. In addition to my experience in markets, I have passed all three exams to obtain the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) credential. I believe that I am the youngest to ever do so! I want to help out small investors to make some money on the side. There's a common notion out there that "big money" rules all. I disagree. With enough hard work and discipline, anyone can become the next Paul Tudor Jones!