This script is made to identify Elliot Waves by setting a zigzag line as principal source, it identifies patterns with the most common rules, in the chart you will see a number in each wave detected, a wave could have the characteristics to be two different waves so it will be plotted the options that could be, To identify which one is most trustable I suggest to...
Similar to the previous script on Elliot Wave Impulse:
But, here we are trying to use multiple zigzags instead of just one.
You can select upto 4 different Zigzags and set different length, line color, line width and style for each. Parameters ShowZigZag , ZigZag Length, ZigZag Color, ZigZag Width, ZigZag Style can be used for adjusting these.
Lets dabble a bit into Elliot Waves.
This is a simple script which tries to identify Wave 1 and 2 of Elliot Impulese Wave and then projects for Wave 3.
Ratios are taken from below link: elliottwave-forecast.com - Section 3.1 Impulse
Wave 2 is 50%, 61.8%, 76.4%, or 85.4% of wave 1 - used for identifying the pattern.
Wave 3 is 161.8%, 200%, 261.8%, or...
Elliott wave theory is a method of technical analysis that looks for recurring long-term price patterns that are related to persistent changes in investor sentiment and psychology. The theory identifies waves that are identified as impulse waves that form a pattern and corrective waves that counteract the larger trend.
Confluence Zone Calculation for Support in Bullish Tends
(or Restance in bearish ones)
Ever wondered why sometimes the zag of an Elliot Wave zigzag is stopped after just a few points?
(Like in the given Chart where I draw a line for a typical zag action.)
It has often to do with confluence Zones. Most people think that the lower edge of a narrow range,...
HI BIG PLAYERS,
this script I wrote for an enquiry of a tradingview-user. It should represent the Filtered Waves idea from Arthur Merril and used by Linda Raschke.
It's similar like a visualization of Elliott Waves.
On YouTube title "MTA UK Chapter Presentation with Linda Raschke" between 34-36 minutes Linda Raschke shows the rules for her Filterd Waves.