How to trade using Elliott Wave Analysis – Yes Bank

As you are aware, the online version of my Elliott Wave Educational Program is now live. The response has been remarkable, and I thank everyone who has reached out to express their appreciation. This program teaches you how to trade using Elliott Wave Analysis. Yes Bank, a stock that trades in the Indian markets,  will go down as a classic case of how markets change, and how we should deal with such developments.

Yes Bank has today reached a decade-long low at Rs.33.15. The 52-week high was Rs 286.00.  This stock has the distinction of appearing in two successive case studies, and is used to demonstrate how we should respond as the market changes. 

Don’t miss out a unique learning experience that is not taught like this anywhere else. A single good trade can more than adequately cover the cost of this program, just as being able to identify the warning signs of something going wrong.

If you haven’t seen the new website, now is the time:  Ramki’s Elliott Wave Educational Program 



2 Comments

  • ruhulruy

    You consider yourself as an expert. Care to show your P/L live or trade live for all your trades (even if paid)? Pls dont consider this post as a troll. In any walk of life, if someone is being considered as an expert, he or she should have some reality proof of authenticity rather than blogs/books or predictions. Eg from when are you trading and how much income have you generated from trading?

    • Ramki Ramakrishnan

      Ruhulruy, Thank you my anonymous friend! Two points. First, this is a free blog and I am not forcing anyone to buy anything. What you see here is over ten years of work, over 90% of which was done in real time, and you can check how it turned out. The dates on the chart and the date of posting is a simple check. Second, I do charge for my consulting service, which appears on WaveTimes.net. I am aware that there are people who offer ten or more SMS updates on a daily basis for a whole month, all for much less than what I charge for a single consultation. Either my clients are fools who don’t know of these other services, or they consider my work as valuable. They haven’t asked me for my P/L by the way. They are looking at their own P/L.
      Thank you for taking time to write, and I am publishing your comment in all humility, because I am sure you are not alone, and neither do I make any claim for being right all the time.

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