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The Elliott Wave principle is based on Ralph Nelson Elliott’s conviction that social, or crowd, behavior tends to trend, and reverse, in identifiable patterns, or cycles.Elliott used the stock market as his main source for research, because it was an easy way to chart the current and past behavior of a crowd with similar interests.
They could already tell how far away the collision happened, but LIGOs twin detectors could only narrow the direction of origin down to a vast ring in Earth’s sky — they couldn’t tell where the signal was coming from.
He identified a number of patterns of movement, or waves, that recurred, in combination with larger, and/or smaller, versions of the same patterns.
Those who are well versed in the intricacies of these patterns can gauge where the market’s recent movements fit into them, and then predict where the market will move to complete the cycle.
“Because the five wave pattern is the overriding form of market progress, all other patterns are subsumed by it.” There are certain “rules” that govern the five-wave pattern: • Wave 4 cannot enter the territory of Wave 1, according to EWI.
If it does, the market’s latest move must be part of a larger motive wave, which could be progressing higher or lower.
Since then, researchers working at the government-funded Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) — twin detectors in Louisiana and Washington State — have caught several more gravitational waves.
At a press conference Wednesday in Italy, the team announced a fourth detection from two colliding black holes, each dozens of times more massive than our sun.
The research was published online in the journal On Aug.
14, a gravitational wave passed over Earth at the speed of light, reaching Washington, then Louisiana and finally, Italy.
• Wave 2 can’t retrace more than 100% of Wave 1, according to the Market Technicians Association.
If it does, then Wave 2 might not be a corrective wave as originally thought, and could actually be moving in the direction of a motive wave to a larger degree.
So scientists were somewhat surprised that Virgo, which was still being commissioned, was already sensitive enough to detect gravitational waves.