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From our ongoing research, we have developed a method to forecast the time as shown in the example
below (Z- Woolworth Daily Stock):




Z - Woolworth
Prices approach the
Daily Stock
MOB level near
the
Time Mark #1.
(Group A).




Here the MOB is drawn from the previous Primary Pivot (P). As you can see, the prices traded to the
projected MOB level and reversed quickly. If you examine carefully, the MOB also has two Time
Marks drawn vertically. These are two projected time periods where the software has calculated a high
tendency for the prices to approach the MOB level.

MOB level.

Time Mark Time Mark
#1 #2

In the above example, the prices traded to MOB level on the day marked as Time Mark #1 and quickly
reversed from the projected MOB level.

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MOB level.

Time Mark
Time Mark
#2
#1

Time Marks:

The software calculated two Time Marks. These are two days or bars (on a 5 min chart etc.) which has
the highest tendency for the prices to approach the MOB projections. In testing, we have observed the
following:

The prices approach the MOB levels in two groups.

Group A has a tendency to approach the MOB level near the Time Mark #1. In this case the prices tend
to hit the MOB level and reverse at or near the Time Mark #1. The example on the previous page on
Woolworth shows the prices approaching the MOB level at Time Mark #1.

Group B had a tendency to approach the MOB level between Time Mark #1 and Time Mark #2 with a
slight bias towards Time Mark #2. See the example below (US Bonds 30 min):




US BONDS Dec Prices approach the
97 - 30 min MOB level near the
Time Mark #2.
(Group B).




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Distribution of Groups:

The distribution is split almost 65 to 35. Prices approach the MOB levels near Time Mark #1 (Group A)
roughly 65% of the time. Prices approach the MOB levels between Time Mark #1 and #2 (Group B)
roughly 35% of the time.


Group A
OBSERVATION:
65% of the time
In Group A, the prices
approach at or near the
Time Mark #1. (Almost
on top of it).
MOB level.

Time Mark Time Mark
#1 #2



OBSERVATION:
Group B In Group B, the prices
35% of the time approach between
Time Mark #1 and
Time Mark #2. (With a
MOB level. slight bias towards
Time Mark #2).
Time Mark Time Mark
#1 #2




AA Stock
Daily




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The Time Mark study is not the Holy Grail for identifying the exact day or time when the market
should reverse. Instead, it provides a framework of when to expect such reversals. If the prices have not
approached the MOB level by Time Mark #1, then you are simply not in Group A. You would then
continue to look for a Group B type behavior.

In the following example, the MOB level is shown with an Elliott Wave study. When Five Waves are
complete, the market changes direction. The MOB levels help to identify price levels where this change
can occur. The Time Marks provide a framework of when to expect the change.




In this example, the action
is classified as Group B.
Even though the price
penetrated the MOB ear-
lier, the rally labeled
Wave 2 (which was the fi-
nal high before reversal)
happened right in the
middle of Time Mark #1
and Time Mark #2.
Soybeans January 98
60 min (hourly)




Recalculation of Time Marks:

When the MOB is first drawn, the software calculates Time Mark #1 and Time Mark #2. As time
passes by, if the prices have not taken out the pivot high (where the MOB was drawn from), the soft-
ware will cancel the current Time Marks and recalculate new ones.

Time Mark #1 #2 NEW Time Mark #1 #2

MOB
level.
Once the high is
MOB drawn High not taken out taken out, the
from here
Time Marks will
not be recalcu-
lated.


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BIAS REVERSAL
By using the price momentum and volatility, our research has been able to identify certain ar-
eas where the market is setting up for a price reversal.

The initial identification is actually for a change in bias. Thus the name Bias Reversal.

Markets can have small changes in bias and still continue to trade in the original direction.
Therefore, once a Bias Reversal is detected, we need to see further changes in prices to con-
firm the signal. This is discussed on the following pages. When a change in Bias is detected,
the software draws a triangle.

If the triangle is pointed up (™), then a change in Bias to the upside is detected. If the triangle
is pointed down (Ú), then a change in Bias to the downside is detected.

The chart shown below is the US Dec 96 Bonds. The Triangles are the changes in Bias de-
tected by Advanced GET. The arrows are drawn by hand to show which bar the change in
Bias was detected.




« ¬
Change in Bias
to the Downside




Change in Bias
to the Upside
í ®



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BIAS REVERSAL
Once a Change in Bias is detected, we suggest to use the Trend Channels from the previous
pivot. Wait for the prices to cross the Trend Channels. This will confirm a Change in Trend is
in progress.




Trend Channels from
the Previous Pivot
í




« BUY
Confirmation
Change in Bias
®
Detected to the Upside



As stated before, a change in Bias does not guarantee a change in Trend. This is why we sug-
gest you use the Trend Channels to confirm the change in Trend.

FALSE SIGNALS: Once the change in Bias is detected, the software needs one or two bars
to confirm the signal. If the confirmation is not seen, the signal is considered False and a line
™ Ú
is drawn above/below the triangle.

To prevent the false signals from being displayed, select the Filter button to ON in the Bias
Reversal menu. If you see a False signal bar drawn on the Bias Reversal, we suggest you leave
that signal alone and wait for the next one.

The Bias Reversal also has a normal and tight mode. The Tight mode is basically a filtering
technique where the software has to obtain stronger signal to generate the change in Bias.

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Elliott Wave Trigger
The Elliott Wave Trigger study was added to further enhance the use of the Elliott Oscillator at
the end of Wave Four retracements. In many cases, the Oscillator pulls back to the zero level
and continues to stay below zero for some time. In such cases, the Elliott Trigger provides the
confirmation that Wave Four has completed.




Elliott Trigger
confirms
end of Wave
Four




« Elliott Trigger
confirms


The Weekly chart of the Dow Jones is shown above. The 5/35 Elliott Oscillator has pulled
back to zero. Notice how the Elliott Trigger is also below the zero line.

Once the Oscillator has pulled back to zero, wait for the Elliott Trigger to cross above the zero
line. This provides confirmation that the Wave Four is over.

Where this study becomes very helpful is when the Oscillator pulls below zero and stays there
for a while. In such cases, you simply wait till the Elliott Trigger provides the confirmation by
going above the zero line.

The next page shows another example.


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The following example shows the Dec 96 DMark in a Wave Four. The Elliott Oscillator 5/35
has pulled back to zero and is staying in that area. You now wait for the Elliott Trigger to go
below the zero line to confirm the end of the Wave Four. In cases where the Oscillator hangs
around the zero line, the Elliott Trigger is very useful and helps to avoid false entries.



Elliott Trigger
confirms
Oscillator pulls end of Wave Four
back to zero
®




Elliott Trigger ¬
confirms



When the market is rallying in a Five Wave sequence, you will look for the Elliott Trigger to
go above the zero line to confirm the end of Wave Four. When the market is declining in a
Five Wave sequence, you will look for the Elliott Trigger to go below the zero line to confirm
the end of Wave Four.

In both cases, wait for the 5/35 Oscillator to pull back to zero before you monitor the Elliott
Trigger. Prior to the 5/35 Oscillator pulling back to zero, the Elliott Trigger can cross its zero
line all it wants. It does not matter.

The sequence is as follows: In a Wave Four, allow the 5/35 Oscillator to pull back to zero.
This happens approximately 94% of the time. Once the 5/35 Oscillator has done this,
then monitor the Elliott Trigger to confirm the end of a Wave Four as shown in the ex-
ample above.
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T.J™s ELLIPSE
How far will a price swing retrace before the original trend can continue? This has been a question that
all traders have asked at one time or the other. Fibonacci Retracement studies offer some help in this
matter. However, they just provide levels such as 25% retracement or 50% retracement. If one level
does not hold, the trader looks for the next Fibonacci level and so forth.




25% Retrace-
ORIGINAL
ment
SWING Which level will
hold and allow the
50% Retracement
original swing to
62% Retracement continue its trend?
75% Retracement




The new study T.J™s Ellipse provides a technical solution. The details are discussed on the next several
pages. Be sure to watch the 1997 seminar videos where I go into numerous details which cannot be
explained on paper. Please take time to watch the videos and learn this new technique. It will increase
the quality of your trading.




How far will this
swing retrace be-
fore the original
swing continues its
trend?
ORIGINAL
SWING




Jan 98 Soybeans
Daily



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The new study takes the original swing in question and provides a Time and Price Level which should
hold any retracement of the original swing.

If the Time and Price Level holds, the original swing should continue its original Trend. The Time and
Price Level is displayed on the chart in the shape of an Ellipse. Hence the name T.J™s ELLIPSE.




As long the ELLIPSE (Price
and Time) holds, the original
swing should take the prices
lower.


ORIGINAL
SWING




Jan 98 Soybeans
Daily




How the T.J™s Ellipse is calculated:

The user identifies the swing (high and low). This is used to determine a room size and the current
strength of the market. Using these values, Advanced GET calculates a projected path for the Ellipse to
intercept the prices. In actual use, the T.J™s Ellipse will continue to move towards the prices. When the
prices meet (or hit) the Ellipse, the Ellipse stops moving and provides a solid Price and Time level.

At this time, it is critical for the Ellipse to hold the prices. If it holds, then the original swing can
continue.

Please watch the seminar tapes. We go through several situation and examples and
it is very clearly explained. You really need to take a few hours and watch the 1997
seminar videos. If the Ellipse study is used correctly, it does provide an incredible
edge for traders.
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Lets continue with the previous example:




Ellipse B is
the Ellipse gener-
Ellipse A ated from
Swing B.
Ellipse B

Swing A As long as this
Ellipse B holds
Swing B
the prices, Swing
B should con-
tinue its trend
lower.
Jan 98 Soybeans
Daily




Ellipse C is
the Ellipse gener-
ated from Ellipse A
Swing C.
Ellipse B
As long as this Swing A
Ellipse C holds
Swing B Ellipse C
the prices, Swing
C should con-
Jan 98 Soybeans
tinue its trend
Daily
lower.
Swing C




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As the market continues to trade, new swings are generated. For each new swing, the software can
generate a new Ellipse. As longs as the corresponding Ellipse holds, the original swing should continue
its trend.




Ellipse A
Swing A Ellipse B



Swing B
Ellipse C



Swing C
Jan 98 Soybeans
Daily Ellipse D

Swing D




Ellipse D is the Ellipse generated from Swing D. As long as this Ellipse D holds the
prices, Swing D should continue its trend higher.

ELLIPSE PROJECTION (Shadow):

Once the Ellipse study is applied, the software starts to project its path to intercept the
prices.




Ellipse intercepts
Prices
Projected Path of
Ellipse
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Example - Projected Path of Ellipse:

The following example shows how the Ellipse study shows its projected path as it attempts to intercept
the prices.




RBK - Reebok Daily


Projected Path of
Ellipse


Swing used




Ellipse start




As the prices continue to retrace, the Ellipse
moves closer and closer to the prices.

The distance between the current Ellipse and
its shadow (projection) continues to narrow
Projected
as it gets closer to the prices.
Shadow


New
Ellipse
Position
start




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Once the Projected shadow meets the prices, immediately use the Regression Trend Channel
for confirmation of the actual turn in the prices. These techniques are discussed in great detail
in the 1997 seminar videos. I have tried my best to explain this on paper, but it does not come
close to the seminar presentation.




RBK - Reebok Daily




Projected Shadow
meets prices.
Use Trend Channel
for confirmation




The actual Ellipse continues to move
up till it intercepts the prices. When
prices cross the Trend Channels, a
low is confirmed.

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USING NORMAL and SHORT Term ELLIPSE

The Ellipse study provides three options: Normal, Short and Long Term. Currently, the
Long Term does not provide any significant information.

In nine out of ten cases the normal setting should be used. All our discussion so far
uses the Normal setting.

There is one situation that requires using the short term Ellipse. When the 10/70 Oscil-
lator is above its strength band and the market is in a massive Wave Three, we recom-
mend using the short term Ellipse. See example below:




U.S. Bonds
Dec 1997




Short Term Normal
Ellipse held Ellipse
prices



10/70 Oscillator above
Strength Band.




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THE JOSEPH TREND INDEX (JTI)
The Joseph Trend Index (JTI) is a dynamic mathematical model that can be used to
identify the Trend of the market, the direction of the Trend and the strength of the
Trend. Of all the studies in Advanced GET, the JTI has the most complex routines and
takes the most time to calculate. The JTI also uses the same algorithm for all markets
and all time frames (such as daily, weekly and monthly).

The JTI calculates a Trend Index value which can be set to track the short, medium,
normal or long term Trend of the market. If the Trend Index Value is greater than (30 to
50), the model classifies the market as trading in an Up Trend. If the Trend Index Value
is below (-30 to -50), the model classifies the market as trading in a Down Trend.
There are times when a market fails to generate a Trend Index Value and these are usu-
ally seen during extreme congestion periods.

The JTI is very different from studies such as the DMI. It uses a proprietary correlation
routine that calculates the Trend Index. The primary objective while designing the JTI
was to create a study that kept one from taking positions against a major trend. Histori-
cal testing indicates that JTI handles this very well. The added bonus is its ability to act
as an early warning study both prior to a breakout of the Trend and at the end of a
Trend.
UP TREND

Trend Index > (+30 to +50)


(+30 to +50)


CONGESTION PHASE

(-30 to -50)


Trend Index < (-30 to -50)

DOWN TREND

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Once the Trend Index Value is calculated, the software internally calculates and projects
various price action values which are dynamically adjusted to the current market condi-
tions. This is used to classify the strength of the Trend and is displayed in four colors.

RED - The Trend is very strong
BLUE - The Trend is of medium strength
GREEN - The Trend is of low strength
YELLOW - for most part is caused by noise in the market

Almost all Wave Three phases and extended Wave Five Phases generate a Strong
(RED) Trend Index Value. Generally, most of these phases start out with low or medium
strength Trends and progress to a strong Trend. However, many times the Strong
(RED) Trend appears during the early stages of a move and the JTI is designed to detect
this.

Wave Three phases and extended Wave Five phases also show a strong tendency to
lower their Trend strength prior to completion. The JTI is quick to detect this and alerts
the user by down grading its Trend strength and changes to a lower strength color.



ò End of Trend
UP
TREND



JTI indicates the Trend is over either by
lower Trend values or by down grading the
Trend strength and changes to a lower
strength color.
©
±
Beginning Trend

ê Trend Index > (+30 to +50)
(+30 to +50)


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Examples of the Joseph Trend Index (JTI)


JUNE 93 GOLD
The JTI is breaking above (+30)
level and also shows a BLUE
color. This indicates the prices
are breaking out in a well de-
fined Up Trend.




JUNE 93 GOLD The JTI changes to a RED color
indicating a very strong Trend.




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Examples of the Joseph Trend Index (JTI)


June 93 Gold
Trend Index (JTI)




Notice how the JTI stayed strong all through the rally in the RED color mode. Then, near
the top, the JTI changed color indicating the Trend is over.

This is where one has to apply Elliott Wave studies. Yes, the current Trend has topped.
However, in Elliott terms, this is a Wave Three. As long as the Wave Four retracement
provides an acceptable PTI index, we would look for another rally attempt in Wave Five.
The JTI will treat this second rally phase as a totally different Trend.

USING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF TREND LENGTH:

When using the NORMAL TREND LENGTH, historical testing indicates the JTI will
treat both Wave Three and Wave Five as two different Trend phases. The LONG TREND
LENGTH tends to treat the entire Five Wave sequence as one Trend phase.

The Short or Medium Trend Length allows the user to break down Wave Three phases into
smaller Trend segments and can be used for shorter term positions.

WE SUGGEST YOU START WITH THE NORMAL TREND LENGTH AND
ONLY CHANGE ONCE YOU GET FAMILAR WITH THE JTI STUDY.


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SUGGESTED SETTINGS FOR THE JOSEPH TREND INDEX (JTI)

TREND LENGTH = NORMAL
FAST = OFF
BAND 1 = +30 BAND 2 = -30

The following is the July 1993 Soybeans. Around the 605 level, the JTI indicated a
well defined Up Trend in progress. At 620, the color turned RED indicating a strong
Trend in the July Soybeans.

CASE A : The trader can use the above JTI analysis along with other techniques to
enter long positions.

CASE B: The JTI provides a mathematical model that classifies Trend Strength. In
this case, the Trend is being classified as a Strong Trend Up and should prevent the
trader from initiating short positions.




July 93 Soybeans.

Joseph Trend Index alerts the user to the
breakout and then confirms the strong
Trend Up by changing the color to RED.




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HOW CAN JTI BE USED:
1) The JTI can be used as an early warning signal to identify the beginning stages of a
Major Trend.

2) The JTI can be used as an early warning signal to identify the end of a Major Trend.

3) The JTI can also be used as a non biased and objective tool for adding positions on
interim pullbacks during a confirmed strong Trend.

4) The JTI provides a mathematical model that classifies Trend Strength, and keeps one
from initiating trades against a strong Trend while the strong Trend is still in
progress.




STRONG UP
©
TREND
Add Positions During
Strong Up Trend


©
Add Positions During
Strong Up Trend


±RED Color
ê Trend Index > (+30 to +50)
(+30 to +50)


Since the JTI is a new study and slightly non-conventional due to
its two dimensional display (direction and strength), some users
may find it hard to grasp the concept. The only way to overcome
this is to work with historical data over and over until you become
familar with the JTI study.
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CYCLES
This is a new study we have added to the Advanced GET software. The default is set to
use 200 bars for calculating the cycle and we recommend leaving it at 200.

When you first add the Cycle study, the software calculates the underlying cycle on
every new tick. Once you determine there is a match between the cycle and the price
swings, you can save the current cycle as a default.

Currently, you are required to determine if the cycle is matching with the price swing.
We plan to add this as an automated feature at a later time. Please read below on how to
determine a match.


MATCHING:

Look at the last few pivots on the price chart. The price swings should match the Cycle
study. Look at the example below. If there is no match, then let the calculation continue
till you see a match.


In this example, the current price swings
(only concerned with the last two or three
swings) is matching the Cycle pattern.

Here you would save the Cycle as default
and use the Cycle projection.

Current Prices
Use Cycle Projection to
è
determine future swings.


«
¬
Swing
Swing
A
B



Cycle Projection è
¬
«
CYC A
CYC B



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Once Match is Found:

Step #1 Once you find a match as shown on the previous page, right click the Cycle
Study to open the Cycles menu. Now save the Cycle as default. It is very important that
you save the Cycle as default. Otherwise, the software will continue to re-calculate the
Cycle on every new bar.

Step #2 Once you have saved the Cycle, then turn the display to default. This will dis-
play the default Cycle. Click Okay.




Leave at 200
¬ bars.


Step #2
¬
Step #1




Cycles-Default indicates a
saved default Cycle.

Price pattern follows
projected Cycle Pattern.




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When do you re-calculate the Cycle?

Once you have a match, use the default Cycle till the price swings and the projected
Cycle pattern goes in different directions. When the Cycle projections fail to be IN
SYNC it is time to re-calculate. We are looking into ways to automate this. Currently
you have to make the determination.

How to re-calculate?

Right Click the Cycle study to open the Cycles menu. Click the Current button in the
display section and select OKAY. This will prompt the software to re-calculate the cycle
on every new bar.




¬
Re-calculate
the Cycle.




Again, continue to monitor the Cycle Pattern and price swings for a match. Once a
match is found, immediately save the Cycle as Default and follow instructions on the
previous page under “Once a match is found”.


More information can be found in 1998 Seminar Videos due to be released in early
February 1999.




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TRADE PROFILE
This is a new study we have added. The software scans the data and finds levels where
the market started significant buy or sell swings in the past. These levels are categorized
based on the amount of volume involved and the actual price movement. For Stocks,
actual volume is used and for Futures the tick volume is used.

Once these levels are identified, the trader can monitor price reaction when these levels
are tested again.
ï Blue Indicates previous Buy
BLUE
Thickness indicates ö Levels
volume involved



ï
RED Red Indicates previous Sell
Levels
Length indicates size of move


As a trader, you should focus on the levels that are thick (high volume) and or long (large
price move). When prices trade to a previous Sell level, you would look for selling to
continue. Likewise, when prices are near a previous Buy Level, you would look for
buying to continue. This is one of the patterns provided by the Trade Profile.


Previous Sell level pro- RED SELL
ï ° LEVEL
vided Resistance and the
selling continued.
Thin bars can
be ignored.
SP March
5 min


ï °
Blue BUY
Previous Buy level pro-
LEVEL
vided support and the
buying continued. Thin bars can
be ignored.




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The Trade Profile study can be used on daily charts or any time frame. The study works
well on Stocks also. See chart of Ford Motors below.




US BONDS
Previous Sell level pro-
Daily
vided Resistance and the RED SELL
selling continued. LEVEL
°
ï




Blue BUY
°
LEVEL




FORD
Daily
Selling
FAILED.
See next page
Selling
ø RED SELL
continued
ø LEVEL
°
ï


Previous Buy level Blue BUY
provided support LEVEL
ï °
and the buying continued.




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When prices trade to a previous Sell Level, the normal pattern is continued selling like in
CASE A.

Roughly 40% of the time, CASE B pattern can be seen. Here, the previous Sell Level
failed to hold the rally. Either the previous shorts are no longer selling, or more buying
is coming in. Either way, the SELL LEVEL fails to hold the rally.

Another theory is that traders who were short at this SELL LEVEL may be stopped out
of their short position. This could further fuel the rally. Bottom Line: If the prices fail to
hold at previous Sell Levels, then the previous Sell Level could become support and
create a base for further rallies.

Likewise, if prices fail to hold at Previous Buy Levels, then the previous Buy level could
become resistance and create a base for further declines.




FORD
Daily

CASE B
Selling
CASE A FAILED.
Selling
ø RED SELL
continued
ø LEVEL
°
ï



Blue BUY
LEVEL




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Applying Technical Analysis Index
Symbols D
* T-151 decline T-21
1 - 3 % OPTION T-89 Default T-86
2nd Attempt T-22 Defining Price Swings T-93
2nd attempt T-21, T-23 direction T-172
38% level T-44 Displaced Moving Average T-54, T-56, T-57, T-58, T-
59, T-60, T-61, T-45, T-48
A Divergence T-58, T-59, T-61, T-62, T-71, T-72, T-
73, T-109, T-45, T-48
Acceleration T-147
DMA T-54, T-56, T-57, T-58, T-59, T-60, T-61, T-
Aggressive T-51, T-87, T-88
63, T-79, T-25, T-45, T-48, T-49
algorithm T-22
DMI T-167
ALTERNATE 1 T-87, T-88
DOUBLE TOP T-51, T-52, T-22
Alternate 1 T-87
Double Top T-53, T-54, T-55, T-56, T-75
ALTERNATE 2 T-86
Double top T-51, T-50
ALTERNATE 3 T-85
Down Trend T-134, T-167
Alternate 3 T-86
Drawing Tools T-88
Alternate counts T-88
Drugs T-104
Alternate Elliott Wave Count T-84
Alternation Rule T-31
E
Auto Channels T-130, T-141
Auto Trend Channels T-131 Elliott T-5, T-10, T-11, T-57, T-58, T-109, T-26, T-
33, T-42, T-43, T-47, T-48
B Elliott Extension T-119
Elliott Channels T-36
Bands T-20
Elliott Oscillator T-5, T-10, T-11, T-57, T-58, T-59, T-
Base T-120, T-121
60, T-61, T-62, T-64, T-71, T-72, T-73, T-77, T-
Base Point T-120. See also Base
79, T-80, T-109, T-131, T-12, T-15, T-16, T-
Bias T-157
151, T-158, T-159, T-17, T-18, T-19, T-44, T-
Bias Reversal T-156, T-157
45, T-47, T-48, T-49
BLUE T-168
Elliott Triangle T-30
Bollinger Bands T-105
Elliott Trigger T-158, T-159
Brain T-104
Elliott Wave T-5, T-10, T-53, T-55, T-56, T-59, T-
Break Out Bands T-20
65, T-79, T-95, T-96, T-102, T-104, T-12, T-
Break Out Bar T-138
132, T-133, T-150, T-158, T-170, T-20, T-21, T-44
Buy Stop T-136
Elliott Wave Corrections T-27
C Elliott Wave Counts T-9
Elliott Wave Rules T-26
Change in Bias T-157 Elliott Wave Technique T-5
Change in Trend T-135, T-157 Elliott Wave Trigger T-158
Clustering T-115, T-117 Elliott Waves T-134, T-149
Clusters T-113 Expert Trend Locator T-132, T-135, T-150
Complex Correction T-31 Extended T-43
Complex correction T-27 Extended Ratios T-112
Complex Corrections T-28 Extended Parallel Lines T-123, T-124
Confirmation T-62 Extended wave T-34
Confirming T-61 Extension T-61, T-62
Corrective pattern T-5 Extension Elliott Oscillator T-62, T-64
Cross Rates T-97 Extensions T-119
Cross-Referencing T-81
Cycle T-173, T-174, T-175




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I
F
Impulse pattern T-5
Failed Fifth T-53, T-54, T-56
Impulse Patterns T-6
Failed Fifth Wave T-53
Impulse patterns T-9
False signal T-61, T-63
Intermediate T-130, T-148
False Signals T-142, T-143, T-157
Irregular T-28
False signals T-61, T-62
Irregular Corrections T-29
Fear T-93
Irregular Wave T-29
Fear And Greed Cycle T-93
Fibonacci T-107, T-110, T-111, T-115, T-116, T-
J
117, T-128, T-33, T-42, T-43, T-44
Fibonacci Ratio T-33 JOSEPH TREND INDEX T-167
Fibonacci Extension Price Clusters T-116 JTI T-167, T-168, T-170, T-171, T-172
Fibonacci Extensions T-115
L
Fibonacci Ratios T-27, T-29, T-33, T-42, T-43
Fibonacci ratios T-115
Linear Regression T-105
Fibonacci Retracement T-77
LOCALIZED ELLIOTT WAVE T-84
Fibonacci Retracement Price Clusters T-118
Long Term T-85, T-86
Fibonacci Retracment Price Clusters T-117
LONG TREND T-170
Fibonacci Time T-110, T-111, T-114
Low to Low T-112, T-114
Fibonacci Time Clusters T-112, T-114
Lower Extended Parallel Line T-125
Fibonacci Time Ratios T-111
LOWER PARALLEL LINE T-125
Fifth Wave T-55, T-72, T-106, T-45, T-48
Lower Parallel Line T-121, T-123, T-127, T-128
FIFTH WAVE FAILURE T-51, T-50
Lower Parallel Lines T-121
Fifth Wave Failure T-44
FIFTH WAVE FAILURES T-52 M
Fifth Wave Projection T-48
Filter T-157 Major T-111, T-112, T-130, T-141, T-148
First Break Out T-138 Major Pivot T-98, T-99
First Break Out Bar T-136, T-137, T-142, T-144 Major Pivots T-114, T-116
first channel T-23 Major Trend T-134, T-136, T-172
Five Wave T-63 Make or Break T-147, T-150, T-151
Five Wave Sequence T-89 Mechanical Trading T-132
Five Wave sequence T-67, T-71 Median Lines T-120
Fixed Ratios T-101 Median Lines With Wave 3 T-127
Fixed Time Interval T-99 Medium Trend T-170
Flat T-28 Middle Line T-120, T-121, T-122
Flat Correction T-28 Midpoint T-120, T-128
Foreign Issues T-97 Midpoints T-105
Fourth Wave Retracement T-44 Minor T-130, T-148
MOB T-147, T-148, T-149, T-150, T-151
G MOB projection T-150
Modify T-126
Gann T-90, T-97, T-98, T-104
Momentum T-106, T-135, T-147, T-151, T-156
Gann angle T-90
Moving average T-105
Gann Angles T-90, T-91, T-97
moving average T-25
Gann angles T-93, T-94, T-95
Moving averages T-10
Gann Box T-98, T-99, T-102, T-104
Gann Techniques T-90 N
Greed T-93
GREEN T-168 Neutral T-137, T-141
Neutral area T-11
H Neutral Zone T-107
Normal T-157
High Swings T-114
NORMAL TREND T-170
High to High T-114




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Regression Channel T-105
O
Regression Trend Channel T-139, T-141
OPTIMIZED GANN ANGLES T-97 Regression Trend Channels T-106, T-129, T-134, T-
Optimized scale T-97 139, T-140, T-144, T-145, T-146, T-150, T-157
option premiums T-23 Resistance T-99, T-108
Original T-85 Resistance Area T-107
Oscillator T-57, T-58, T-61, T-87, T-88, T-109, T- Resolution T-67
131, T-151, T-158, T-20, T-44, T-47, T-48 Retracement T-88, T-21
retracement T-23
P Retracements T-119, T-44
Rise T-98
Parallel T-36
Rise/Run T-98
patience T-23
Run T-98
Pearson's R T-105
Pearson's r T-105
S
Pitchfork T-123
Pivot T-95, T-98, T-99, T-130, T-141, T-148, T-150 second channel T-23
Pivots T-111, T-112, T-114 Sell signal T-62
Points T-32 Short Term T-86
Portability T-135 Simple Correction T-27, T-31
Pre-built T-97 Spreads T-97
PRE-FIXED T-98, T-104 Standard Deviation T-105, T-129
Pre-Fixed Gann Box T-104 Statistical Analysis T-37, T-38, T-40
Price Clusters T-115 Stochastics T-90
Price Extensions T-116 Stocks T-97
Price overlap T-88 Stop T-56, T-71, T-73, T-78, T-109, T-44, T-48
Price projection T-62, T-149 strength T-168, T-172
Price Retracement T-117 SUGGESTED SETTINGS T-171
Price Swings T-93 Support T-99, T-108, T-149
Price swings T-94 Support Area T-107
Primary T-111, T-112, T-130, T-141, T-148
T
Profile T-177
Profit T-44
T.J.'s Web T-108
Profit taking T-7, T-8
T.J.™s Web T-107, T-109
profit taking T-17
Target T-61, T-71
profit taking decline T-18
third channel T-23
PROFIT TAKING INDEX T-50
Thrust T-30
Profit Taking Index T-52, T-53, T-54, T-55, T-56, T-
Tight T-157
57, T-60, T-75, T-78, T-80, T-87, T-131, T-
Time Clusters T-98, T-114
132, T-21, T-22, T-23, T-24, T-44, T-47
Time frame T-135
Profits T-106, T-139, T-140
Tochastics T-109
Profittakingdecline T-8
Tom's 5-35 T-62, T-64
Projection T-62, T-149, T-44, T-45
Tom's Extended Oscillator 5-17 T-62, T-64
Projections T-47
Trade Profile T-176
PTI T-53, T-55, T-170, T-21, T-22, T-24
Trade Profile T-177
Pullback T-7
Trend T-167, T-170
pullbacks T-172
Trend Channels T-132, T-150, T-157
Trend Index T-167
R
Trend Index Value T-167, T-168
Rally T-8, T-11 Trend Line T-73, T-47
rally T-21, T-23 Trend line T-59, T-78, T-47
Randomness T-135 Trend Mode T-133
Ratio T-98 Trend Strength T-172
Ratios T-99, T-100, T-110, T-111, T-33, T-34, T- Triangle T-28
35, T-37, T-40, T-42 Triangle Corrections T-30
RED T-168 Type 1 T-44
Regression T-105 Type 1 Trade T-44



T-181
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Type 2 T-45
Type 2 Trade T-45
Type One T-60, T-77, T-46
TYPE ONE BUY T-47
Type One Trades T-132
Type Two T-57, T-59, T-60, T-78, T-46
TYPE TWO BUY T-48
TYPE TWO SELL T-49
Type Two Trades T-132

U
Up Trend T-167
Upper Parallel Line T-121, T-122

V
Vicious selling T-6

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