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John M.
30:21
ea
Bill Waters
30:23
AU
Rupert Buckalew
30:28
eur/aud
Leonard Wollin
30:29
eg
Sam Dye
31:55
Are elliot waves only counted in trending environments?
Joe Reia
37:22
how about it is on a 1 - 2 now?
John M.
40:49
if they continue up from there instead that means it wasn't in a wave structure?
John M.
46:12
the 5th wave doesn't have to surpass the 3rd wave?
Cristl Arndt
54:26
can those be considered prechters?
Joe Reia
54:47
3 wave count
Cristl Arndt
54:49
precter waves, 3 counts instead of 5
John M.
57:12
c
nina meklo
01:02:49
no sound
Leonard Wollin
01:02:56
no sound
Melvin McMasters
01:02:57
no sound for me, either
Bert Weiss
01:03:15
Same here
Bert Weiss
01:03:20
Yes
nina meklo
01:03:20
y
George Opfer
01:03:21
yes
Melvin McMasters
01:03:22
yes
Leonard Wollin
01:03:23
yes
Beverly & Denis Yassanye
01:03:24
y
Bill Waters
01:03:24
y
Cristl Arndt
01:03:25
y
Steve M
01:03:25
y
jose olivares
01:08:13
uj
John M.
01:12:00
looks like abc
John M.
01:13:42
run symmetry on that?
John M.
01:28:07
it's possible to be looking for waves where there are none, like a box?
Bill Waters
01:32:28
HSI
John M.
01:33:05
are wave 2 and 4 similar in size?
John M.
01:40:26
are M and W patterns often found in rising and falling wedges?
John M.
01:45:40
do you ever use heiken-ashi charts to find the wave count if it's unclear with reguar candles?
Leonard Wollin
01:46:38
Good Class Thanks Pablo! Lots of information.
John
01:47:11
Thanks Pablo
Jerzy Starmach
01:47:54
Thank YOU
John M.
01:47:54
great class, worth the wait, thx Pablo
Linda F
01:47:55
Many Thanks Pablo a cheat sheet will be good to have.
jose olivares
01:47:55
Thank you Pablo
Bert Weiss
01:47:56
Thank you Pablo, great class!