I only trades wave 3,5 and C, and enter on the waves 2, 4, and B pullback at specific fib ratios, on wave 2 I place a pending at 50, or 61.8 pullback with SL at beginning of wave 1, and target at 161.8 extention, wave 4 you enter at 38.2 pullback of the wave 3 move, target is inverse 161.8 of wave 4, stop loss would be the 50 retrace of wave 3, and to trade wave C you enter at 50 retracement of wave A, sl is starting of wave A extension is 100 extension of AB
https://gyazo.com/3e20bfcf505d2f077048f89038568c49 Here is a screenshot of eurusd that shows a forecast on 1hr of where price should go. Currently in B just hit 50 retracement as criteria for entry, so enter, sl at start of wave A, TP at 100 extension. Yellow lines mark the SL, TP, and entry levels, now we wait and it should hit the TP line probably by monday if I were to guess. For more exact entries, I do my count on higher time frames such as 4 hr, followed by one hour and create a fib zone based on targets of both counts for more accurate picture of reversals, I also use a technique called fib zones of resistance I will explain to you if your curious. (sound complicated but it's pretty simple)
Also good way to find start of new elliot waves, On the chart look for the last 5-3 move, after that you can expect a new Elliot wave, so wait for a impulsive move in one direction, once it starts pulling back use retracement to 50-61.8 level and boom then you can trade wave 3, although waves 4 and B are easiest to trade in my opinion because those waves you get most data, wave 3 has best risk reward though.
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