A few days ago, I posted some charts of Just Dial, a stock that trades in the Indian Market. Active members of the WaveTimes premium service were sent several charts, pointing out the potential that was ready to be captured. This stock has already returned over 30% from the time I brought it to the attention of members. However, it has actually rallied by nearly 50% from the lows since I first identified it, using Elliott Waves. As this blog is meant to be a ‘living book’, and extension of ‘Five Waves to Financial Freedom’, I thought of sharing with you a few more chart that you can use to enhance your learning and understanding of Elliott Wave Analysis. (Note: all of these were sent to members before the big move happened)

Wave 2 went to 61.8% of wave 1

JustDial 7Jan17a


Wave 4 recovered to the 38.2% retracement level of wave 3

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Using the method I have taught in my Elliott Wave book, Five Waves to Financial Freedom, we can see that wave 5 finished exactly at the 38.2% measure of the distance traveled from point 0 to point 3.


JustDial 7Jan17d


We now analyze the sub waves making up wave 5. In Elliott Waves, all impulse waves are made up of five sub waves. Here you can see that Sub wave 2 was 50% of sub wave 1.

JustDial 7Jan17e


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JustDial 7Jan17g

Here, I am applying one more approach discussed in FWTFF Elliott Wave Book. Frequently, two of the three impulse waves in a five wave sequence tend to equality. Here wave 1 is equal to wave 5.

JustDial 7Jan17h


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As you can make out from the date on the top left of the charts above, they were prepared on 6 January. And just in case you were wondering where the low came in, it was at 347.60 on 23 January, 2017. Today, 1 March 2017, the stock has been to a high of 556.95, which is about 50% higher from the time when the analysis was done. That is the power of Elliott Wave Analysis.

Power of Elliott Wave Analysis
Power of Elliott Wave Analysis