GAINESVILLE, Ga., June 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Elliott Wave International (EWI) announces its new educational service that helps traders understand how to spot trading opportunities and how to act on them. Elliott Wave Junctures showcases 3 to 5 trading lessons every week. Each one teaches those who already trade and those who would like to learn more about technical trading how to examine price charts to find high-probability, low-risk trades in any liquid market.
EWI Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy walks subscribers through on-screen lessons that last 3 to 10 minutes. The lessons teach trading skills that subscribers can apply immediately to any market they follow on any time frame. He centers his video lessons on real market junctures, and he sometimes records them in real time in order to occasionally include actionable trading opportunities.
Lessons from Elliott Wave Junctures include:
- how to use Elliott wave analysis and other forms of technical analysis
- how to identify trade setups
- how to improve the trading process
- how to overcome the emotional aspects of trading
The examples Kennedy uses come from all asset classes -- including currencies, commodities, individual stocks and stock indexes -- and they cover all time frames.
Jeffrey Kennedy has more than 20 years of experience as an analyst, trader and teacher. He has taught thousands of traders how to improve their market trading through his EWI courses, and he also teaches technical analysis to college students as an adjunct professor at Georgia Tech University.
To learn more about Elliott Wave Junctures, please visit our web page (http://www.elliottwave.com/wave/ewjpr).
About Elliott Wave International (EWI) Based in Gainesville, Ga., EWI is the world's largest market forecasting firm that specializes in Elliott wave analysis, a form of technical analysis based on crowd psychology and pattern recognition. EWI's analysts provide around-the-clock forecasts of every major market in the world. Learn more at www.elliottwave.com.
SOURCE Elliott Wave International