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The Elliott Waves theory has fascinated market traders for over a century, promising a deep understanding of market movements before they happen. However, mastering this technique requires more than just theory; it necessitates precise application during live trading. This article explores how integrating Volume Profile with Elliott Wave can transform your trading approach, providing more accurate and profitable market entries.

Elliott Wave

At the beginning of my market analysis career, Elliott Waves promised almost prophetic precision. The reality of real-time trading, however, presented significant challenges. The main challenge was determining the exact point at which to enter the market at the end of a wave. This is where the Volume Profile becomes essential.

Volume profile

Volume Profile is a complementary tool and central to our strategy. This technique highlights institutional value zones, which act like magnets attracting the price. Identifying these points allows us to enter the market at the ideal discount, thus maximizing our chances for success.

Application

In our case study on EUR/USD, we used a Volume Profile to detect the end of a second wave. This approach provides the optimal moment to act and minimizes the distance between the stop loss and the entry price, resulting in an exceptionally favorable risk-reward ratio.

Combining Elliott Wave and Volume Profile creates a robust trading model adaptable to different time frames and financial instruments. Through our experience and detailed analysis, we demonstrate how this methodology is effective in theory and extremely powerful in practice. We invite traders of all levels to explore these techniques and see how they can significantly enhance their trading performance.

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Editors’ Picks

EUR/USD extends slide below 1.0700 on stronger USD, EU political angst

EUR/USD extends slide below 1.0700 on stronger USD, EU political angst

EUR/USD stays under bearish pressure and trades at its lowest level since early May below 1.0700. Unabated US Dollar demand amid risk aversion and looming EU political uncertainty exert downside pressure on the pair heading into the weekend.

EUR/USD News

GBP/USD slumps to multi-week lows below 1.2700

GBP/USD slumps to multi-week lows below 1.2700

GBP/USD extends its decline on Friday and trades at its lowest level in nearly a month below 1.2700. In the absence of high-tier data releases, the US Dollar continues to benefit from souring market mood, forcing the pair to stretch lower in the second half of the day.

GBP/USD News

USD/JPY reverses gains to near 157.00 amid risk aversion

USD/JPY reverses gains to near 157.00 amid risk aversion

USD/JPY has pared back gains to trade near 157.00 in the European trading hours on Friday. Broad risk aversion helps the Japanese Yen recover ground after falling hard on the Bank of Japan's decision to hold the policy settings unchanged.

USD/JPY News

Editors’ Picks

EUR/USD extends slide below 1.0700 on stronger USD, EU political angst

EUR/USD extends slide below 1.0700 on stronger USD, EU political angst

EUR/USD stays under bearish pressure and trades at its lowest level since early May below 1.0700. Unabated US Dollar demand amid risk aversion and looming EU political uncertainty exert downside pressure on the pair heading into the weekend.

EUR/USD News

GBP/USD slumps to multi-week lows below 1.2700

GBP/USD slumps to multi-week lows below 1.2700

GBP/USD extends its decline on Friday and trades at its lowest level in nearly a month below 1.2700. In the absence of high-tier data releases, the US Dollar continues to benefit from souring market mood, forcing the pair to stretch lower in the second half of the day.

GBP/USD News

Gold clings to recovery gains at around $2,330

Gold clings to recovery gains at around $2,330

Following Thursday's pullback, Gold holds its ground on Friday and trades in positive territory near $2,330. The benchmark 10-year US Treasury bond yield edges lower toward 4.2%, helping XAU/USD push higher ahead of the weekend.

Gold News

Monero price poised for a downward correction

Monero price poised for a downward correction

Monero price has encountered resistance at a critical level. The technical outlook suggests a potential short-term correction as momentum indicators signal a bearish divergence.

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Week ahead – RBA, SNB and BoE next to decide, CPI and PMI data also on tap

Week ahead – RBA, SNB and BoE next to decide, CPI and PMI data also on tap

It will be another central-bank-heavy week with the RBA, SNB and BoE. Retail sales will be the highlight in the United States. Plenty of other data also on the way, including flash PMIs and UK CPI.

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