Learn Pure Elliott Wave – Online Course
$395 USD one time fee for lifetime access.
Learn Pure Elliott Wave with Lara Iriarte, CMT
From the underlying principle to preparing complete Elliott Wave counts on your own, including alternate wave counts, Lara shows you how to master Elliott Wave.
Learn Pure Elliott Wave was designed for learning from the beginning. Lara’s unique combination of over 13 years experience analysing markets using Elliott Wave with over 5 years as a qualified and experienced science high school teacher in New Zealand means that Learn Pure Elliott Wave provides lessons that cater to the different forms of learning: visual, auditory, kinesthetic and reading. Lara does not simply read from a powerpoint presentation and then show a few examples on market charts. On the contrary, Learn Pure Elliott Wave is a course where Lara is with you every step of the way during your learning Elliott Wave education.
What You’ll Learn
In Pure Elliott Wave you will learn:
– The underlying principle of Elliott Wave (and why it is important to understand it).
– All the Elliott Wave rules and guidelines.
– All the Elliott Wave motive/actionary and corrective/reactionary structures (including degrees).
– Understand how each structure builds up into basic patterns.
– Understand channels, volume, and technical indicators.
– How to create and label Elliott wave counts on a new market.
– How to prepare alternate Elliott Wave counts.
A thorough course in Elliott Wave that will take you from beginner to a point where, with further practice, you can master the analysis technique of Elliott Wave.
This course is completely unique in the online teaching world as it includes completely unique exercises designed to give you a deep understanding of Elliott Wave structures. A variety of learning styles (visual and kinaesthetic) are accommodated.
Most lessons have quizzes to practice and deepen knowledge. At the end of the course, Lara will be available via email to provide support and feedback for your further Elliott Wave learning.
Anyone with an interest in technical analysis of markets and Elliott wave in particular would benefit from this course. Prior experience with market analysis is not necessary, but a basic understanding of a candlestick price chart would be useful (in terms of reading movements of price over time, a knowledge of candlestick patterns is not required).
You will need your computer and an internet connection.
Not required but helpful: Pipe cleaners for the kinaesthetic exercise (you can get pipe cleaners from a craft and or stationary store).
Lesson One – The Underlying Principle of Elliott Wave (duration 9:19)
Learning Outcome: To understand the underlying principle of Elliott wave and why it is important in learning and applying Elliott wave
Lesson Two – The Basic Elliott Wave Structure (duration 10:36)
Learning Outcome: To be able to describe the basic Elliott wave pattern in terms of trend (five up, three back) and how to label it.
Lesson Three – Degrees (duration 10:10)
Learning Outcome: To be able to name the four most important Elliott wave degrees and understand that degrees are fractals.
Lesson Four – An Impulse (duration 8:41)
Learning Outcome: To be able to label a diagram of an impulse, and to identify the subdivisions as 5-3-5-3-5. To know the rules and guidelines for impulses.
Lesson Five – Diagonals (duration 16:42)
Learning Outcome: To be able to label a diagram of a diagonal, and to identify the subdivisions of both leading and ending diagonals. To know the rules and guidelines for diagonals.
Lesson Six – Zigzags (duration 6:00)
Learning Outcome: To be able to label a diagram of a single zigzag, and to identify the subdivisions as 5-3-5. To know the rules and guidelines for a zigzag.
Lesson Seven – Flats (duration 12:08)
Learning Outcome: To be able to label a diagram of a flat, and to identify the subdivisions as 3-3-5. To be able to identify the three different types of flats; regular, expanded and running.
Lesson Eight – Triangles (duration 28:50 split into two parts)
Learning Outcome: To be able to label a diagram of a triangle. To know the rules and guidelines for triangles. To be able to identify the three different types of triangles; contracting, barrier and expanding, and the two different groups as regular and running.
Lesson Nine – Multiple Zigzags (duration 14:46)
Learning Outcome: To be able to label a diagram of double and triple zigzag and identify the subdivisions of both a double and triple zigzag. To be able to explain the difference and purpose of multiple zigzags to single zigzags. To know the rules and guidelines for multiple zigzags.
Lesson Ten – Multiple Flats (duration 11:52)
Learning Outcome: To be able to label a diagram of double and triple flat and identify the subdivisions of both a double and triple flat. To be able to explain the difference and purpose of multiple flats to single flats. To know the rules and guidelines for multiple flats.
Lesson Eleven – Combinations (duration 21:12 split into two parts)
Learning Outcome: To be able to label a diagram of a double and triple combination. To identify the components of combinations as single corrective structures. To be able to explain the purpose of combinations and in what circumstances they may occur.
Lesson Twelve – Building Up The Basic Structure (duration 10:53)
Learning Outcome: Understanding how each of the Elliott wave structures in prior lessons build up into the basic pattern.
Lesson Thirteen – Actionary, Reactionary, Motive, Corrective (duration 9:47)
Learning Outcome: To be able to explain the meaning of “actionary” and “reactionary” in Elliott wave terms and common counterpart descriptors used in classic technical analysis. To be able to explain the meaning of “motive” and “corrective” and the difference to “actionary” and “reactionary”.
Lesson Fourteen – Truncations (duration 7:24)
Learning Outcome: To be able to explain what is a truncation and to identify it on a real life diagram. To be able to state the circumstances in which a truncation may occur and when labelling of a truncation should be viewed with suspicion. To be able to explain how truncations affect the idea of orthodox tops and bottoms.
Lesson Fifteen – Extensions (duration 11:48)
Learning Outcome: To be able to explain what is an extension and how it may appear in a real life example. To explain how this affects the concept of Elliott wave degrees.
Lesson Sixteen – Alternation (duration 10:28)
Learning Outcome: To be able to explain the guideline of alternation and where in the larger structure it may be seen.
Lesson Seventeen – The “Right Look” (duration 14:47)
Learning Outcome: To understand that it is proportions within the larger Elliott wave structure that give a wave count the “right look”. To know that the right look is different for different markets.
Lesson Eighteen – Volume and Technical Indicators (duration 16:34)
Learning Outcome: To be able to identify how volume and technical indicators may be expected to perform through the five main steps in the basic Elliott wave pattern.
Lesson Nineteen – Channels (duration 9:56)
Learning Outcome: To be able to use the two techniques Elliott developed to draw channels about impulses, and when to use each technique, and the one technique to draw a channel about a correction.
Lesson Twenty – Starting a New Wave Count (duration 24:26)
Learning Outcome: To be able to start an Elliott wave count on a new market.
I’ve watched multiple videos on YouTube that covered Elliott wave theory, and I consider this series superior to those. Each lesson was extremely thorough, and topics were presented with a variety graphic learning methods:
- Hand drawn structures
- Structures created with pipe cleaners – My favorite
- Structures drawn in the sand on a beach
I now have a much better grasp of Elliott wave theory than I had before, and can apply this to live market charts with great success. I also subscribe to the Elliott Wave Stock Market S&P 500 analysis service that provides a combination of Elliott wave and classic technical analysis. This service is head and shoulders above the other services I subscribe to. Now that I’m more educated with Elliott wave theory, I can label wave structures during the trading day and am more confident in making investment decisions on my own rather than waiting for an end of day report. Since this report details the correct Elliot wave structures, it allows me to continually adapt and learn. I feel this Elliott wave video series was well worth my time and money, and feel it will pay for itself may times over by optimizing my investment returns.
Lara Iriarte is a Chartered Market Technician with over 13 years experience analysing markets using Elliott Wave and Technical Analysis. Before she started providing Elliott Wave analysis, Lara was a qualified and experienced high school teacher in New Zealand. To read more about Lara, please click here