Just Dial Roars to life – An Elliott Wave perspective

As most of you know, I use this free blog to help people learn how to use Elliott Waves in their trading and investment activities. This is an extension of my popular book “Five Waves to Financial Freedom“.

A few months ago, a member of my exclusive WaveTimes club had approached me for a consultation on Just Dial. He didn’t tell me what his position was, but my analysis was very clear on the immediate prospects. From an Elliott Wave perspective, Just Dial looked like it could drop quite a bit. I offer you the full analysis that was sent to him below so that you can see the power of this approach. That client spent 2 units for the consultation, but that little expense has paid off handsomely not only because we anticipated the test of 358, but the recovery from there has already seen 623 today, a rally of over 70%.

Here is the link for the consultation done on 4 March 2018

https://tinyurl.com/y7du6yqg

 

(Here is a related post: https://wavetimes.com/how-i-used-elliott-waves-to-identify-and-recommend-a-stock-that-made-over-30/)

 

Should you be interested in speaking to me about a large bet you are about to make, then please read the following link: https://wavetimes.com/consulting

 

 



4 Comments

  • subhan

    Hi Ramki, thanks for this so valuable post, also on very recent chart. Literally i was quite waiting for your some new post, thanks for that. Sure there are ample of insights in this post.

    Just one thing I would want to know, you said in the post that it’s not good idea to short near the end of bear market. So just wondering, is it you are talking about overall main market trends such as of nifty, or something else.

    One again thanks, I am your big fan and I really loved your book, and often check your blogs to learn and practice the concept of your book.

  • Prabh Singh

    Ramki Sir,

    On your first chart of 04 March 2018,its being stated that decline from 647 has to be in 5 waves.Why 5 waves because all corrective waves needs to correct prior impulsive wave by 3 waves (A-B-C) and C wave needs to have its own 5 waves.So do you mean decline from 647 is all inclusive and part of ‘C’ wave?

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