We’ve been pretty busy lately, releasing a number of under-the-hood improvements to WaveBasis that users may not have noticed, but we’ve also released a powerful new gadget for displaying alternate wave counts. » » »
If you’ve ever tried to explain Elliott Wave analysis to someone, particularly a friend or family member who might not be familiar with Technical Analysis in general, you might have seen the look of complete confusion » » »
It’s no secret that most of us hate to fill out surveys. That’s why it’s surprising that so many of you took the time to answer our survey questions when you signed up to participate in our early access program. For that, we give you a big thanks.
While it’s always helpful in Technical Analysis to be able to save your charting work and come back to it later, one of the unique aspects of wave analysis is the practice of tracking a wave count or » » »
The foundation of the research that underlies WaveBasis actually dates back more than 20 years, however, it wasn’t until recent years that technology caught up to that original vision. This reignited a desire to capture the Elliott Wave approach in a fully objective and comprehensive way.
Some of you may have already noticed that a few days ago we released a spanking new version of WaveBasis. This update includes many fixes and improvements, but we’d just like to let you know about one improvement that many of you have asked for: Indicator Templates. » » »