There are several options for defining the chart time range that will be analyzed when you run an automatic wave count. Select an option from the Date Range menu in the top toolbar.
NOTE: It’s highly recommended that you experiment with the various date range options so that you become comfortable with how they affect automatic wave count computations.
Visible chart range
Automatic Elliott Wave counts will only include the range of a chart that is currently visible on your screen, starting with the first most significant turning point on the chart. So, any bars that are hidden off of the left or right edge of the chart will not be included in wave count computations.
Up to the present
Automatic Elliott Wave counts will include the range of a chart that begins with the first most significant turning point that is visible on the chart and ends with the most current (last) bar in the market’s history – even if the most current bar is hidden off of the right edge of the chart.
Last N bars
Automatic Elliott Wave counts will end with the most current (last) bar in a market’s history, and begin N bars in the past, where N is in the range of 60 to 1000 as displayed in the menu.