elliot waves using fibs applet

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ElliotWave

This applet is a tool for determining the dimensions, in terms of
Fibonacci levels, of an Elliot wave. To use the applet, click and drag the
mouse from the bottom left-hand corner (A) to place the peak (B) at the level
and time line required. The retracement line (B-C) is automatically generated
to provide a time line ratio of 0.618 to 0.382 from the bottom of the
retracement (C). The vertical distance, from the peak to the bottom of the
retracement, is 0.382 of the vertical height of the peak from the base of the
upward trend line, as shown in the diagram below.

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Figure 1          class=GramE>The dimensions of the automatically generated retracement
line

After completing the placement of the first trend and retracement lines,
place the mouse cursor at point C shown in Figure 1 and repeat the process.
Continue doing this until all trend and retracement lines have been completed.
Figure 2 shows a completed Elliot wave. During the process of placing the
lines, Fibonacci level lines will automatically be drawn to assist in the
placing of the next peak (point B shown in Figure 1). In addition, the
coordinates of the base of the retracement line (point C) will automatically be
provided.

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Figure 2          A completed
Elliot wave

If a new graph is required, click once with the mouse and then release whilst
on the canvas. This will clear the canvas allowing you to start again. If an
overlay drawing is required for comparison purposes, continue with the new
drawing without clicking on the canvas. Two or more diagrams may be formed
using this method.