The Elliott Wave Principle
The Elliott Wave Principle
Demystified and Illustrated Workshop
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The Elliott Wave (EW) Principle Demystified and Illustrated Workshop is an intensive course using the EW Principle for market analysis and trading methodology.
The EW Principle is a technical approach that can be applied to all asset classes with emphasis on one of the key components of trading, i.e., rule-based risk management, where stop losses are set objectively.
After the course, you will:
1. Add a new perspective to your understanding of the dynamics of the financial marketplace and consider an alternative to fundamental analysis and other technical approaches;
2. Apply the Elliott Wave Principle to trade interest rates, currencies, credits, commodities and equities (asset classes);
3. Improve timing of your entry and exit levels through high-probability trade plans;
4. Pre-determine reward/risk ratio through projected price targets and pre-defined cut loss levels; and
5. Formulate and implement a trading methodology with emphasis on P/L management (rule-based protective stops) and trailing stops.
|Who should attend||
This workshop is for brokers, traders, analysts and investors who wish to acquire a market approach that integrates analysis and trading strategies.
I. Pattern recognition and wave counting
How to recognize the recurring basic 5-3
Elliott wave structure and its variant,
in a bullish or bearish market
II. Characteristics of impulse waves
How to identify and count (label) three
different impulse waves moving in the
direction of the dominant trend
III. Quiz charts on impulse waves
IV. Characteristics of corrective waves
How to identify and count ten different
corrective waves moving against the
V. Quiz charts on corrective waves
VI. Guidelines and wave personalities
How to use wave attributes in recognizing
VII. Fibonacci ratio analysis
How to use Fibonacci ratio analysis in
projecting price targets for both impulse
(multiples) and corrective waves
VIII. Trade plans
High-probability Elliott Wave set-ups with
key components of a trading
A. Requisite Trade Pattern
B. Entry Point
C. Exit Level
D. Cut Loss
E. Trailing “Stops”
|Mr. Roy B. Lacsamana||
is a global finance professional with intuitive knowledge, extensive expertise and intensive experience in Treasury (Front Office and Operations), Enterprise Risk Management, Financial Derivatives, Global Trade & Finance, and Elliott Wave Analysis. He is consulted to capacitate firms on: balance sheet and capital management, structuring of derivative-based products, proprietary trading, market analysis and trading strategies applying the Elliott Wave Principle, financial modeling for MVaR, formulation of investment and ERM policies, Basel-based risk-adjusted pricing and performance metrics, trade and treasury transaction processing and accounting.
He is a global facilitative trainer for Money & Capital Markets, Foreign Exchange, Basic Financial Derivatives, Enterprise Risk Management, Global Trade & Finance, Elliott Wave Analysis, Counterparty Credit Risk, Credit Valuation Adjustment and All About Market Value at Risk courses, for Central Banks, SEC, universal banks, multinational corporations, local conglomerates, business schools, professional associations, private individuals conducted in key Asian, Middle Eastern and European financial centers. He certifies Money Market and Foreign Exchange traders through the Ateneo-BAP Treasury Certification Program, and designs and develops e-learning courses.
He is also the author of the BAP FX Accounting Manual, Corporate Risk Management Manual, Debt and Fund Management Policy Manuals and co-author of the BAP Financial Market Risk Reference Manual, The PH Code of Conduct and Market Practices (The PH Model Code) for Treasury Activities.