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You Asked. We Answered. (New Video "Mailbag" Episode.)

Price gaps. Elliott waves that end "too soon." Trading volume as a trend indicator. And much more!

by Alexandra Lienhard
Updated: December 23, 2016

In our new Elliottwave TV episode that we call "Video Mailbag," you'll hear from two of our global analysts: Global Opportunities Expert Chris Carolan and Chief Commodity Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy.

Chris and Jeff answer questions submitted by viewers like you.

(Click here to submit any questions or feedback you may have and we'll do our best to get to them in our next episode. We hope you enjoy this new feature!)

Questions answered in this episode:

  • "Do you look at European markets any differently than you do Asian markets?" (start time -- 00:28)
  • "Are price gaps important, and how should I used them with Elliott waves?" (start time -- 01:22)
  • "When you open up a fresh chart, how do you start to label waves -- especially if you are new to the method?" (start time -- 02:42)
  • "Are wave truncations found often -- or are they rare? Are they usually found more at smaller degrees of trend, larger degrees, or at all degrees? " (start time -- 03:09)
  • "I understand that trading volume tends to pick up around the middle of wave 3, at the "point of recognition." Other than wave 5 sometimes not having greater volume than wave 3, are there any other nuances of trading volume that accompany Elliott wave price patterns?" (start time -- 03:48)

Enjoy this episode and submit your questions now. We'll do our best to get to them answered in our next "Mailbag" episode.

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