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In 2005, The Armchair Trader’s very own Matt Vann wrote a guide for another website called “A Beginners’s Guide to Elliot Wave Theory and Application”.

In the eleven years or so that have passed, the theory hasn’t changed a whole lot. It’s a sound trading strategy and there is now a decade of further testing to back it up.

The views of traders themselves largely haven’t changed on the theory either – some love it, some hate it.

Matt is firmly in the former camp. Mainly because it has worked for him on so many occasions in the past.

That’s why he has written this FREE guide to Elliot Wave Theory & Application. If you are interested in finding out what Elliot Wave Theory is and how you can use it as part of your trading armoury, simply complete the form below and we’ll send you a copy direct to your inbox.

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Michael Morton

Michael has worked within the Financial Industry for more than 20 years. Starting out as a financial analyst, he has extensive experience working with fund management groups and brokerages.

With an interest in Stocks and Shares, Funds, ETFs and Commodities, his investment focus is medium to long term gains, with the objective of financial security on retirement, and building wealth for his young children for their adult life. His broker of choice is Hargreaves Lansdown.

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