Updated: Oct 28, 2018
Many who visit the “About” page for the first time, may not understand that this site is not just another Elliott Wave blog, but it has a twist! With this blog, I have dedicated the rest of my life to look at all the markets from a Cycle degree perspective, “First”. Elliott Wave 5.o is the first and only blog on the Internet dedicated to this task.
I use the Elliott Wave Principle (EWP), made popular by Robert Prechter from Elliott Wave International (EWI).
Elliottwave5.com, looks at commodities, like gold, silver, oil, and others. I also cover stock market indices such as the DJIA, SP500, Nasdaq, Russell 2000 and the SP Midcap charts. My wave analysis is done from futures charts, on the most part, and I use no conventional indicators, so popular with today’s Elliott Wave analysts.
Elliottwave5.com is also the only site in the world that has stated its goal of finding all 5 waves in Cycle degree first! Without all 5 waves in Cycle degree being located and completed, there is no mathematical chance of ever advancing into any SC degree wave positions.
In the last year, some wave positions have already advanced to the point where some asset classes have already completed Cycle degree wave 4, and they are advancing into wave 5 in Cycle degree. I have a special page up dedicated to the Cycle degree 5th waves.
There are 30-year cycles at work in the markets where 120, 90, and 60-year peaks show up as well. Remember that stocks all have wave 3 as the longest wave structure, so technically we still have Supercycle, Grand Supercycle, and even Submillennium degree peaks to expect in the future. It is mathematically impossible to advance a single degree higher unless the Cycle degree peaks and bottoms are identified and completed.
Every human is living in a Cycle degree world, but we are all at different age brackets in this progression. My Boomer generation is retiring at a rate of about 10,000 per day. Generation X will start to retire in 2029. There is a huge demographic shift going on that only a few Demographers understand very well, and they mostly come from the life insurance markets. When generations come to their average peak spending years, (About 46) the markets tend to crash.
There is also one wild wave count that I have regarding T-Bonds. T-Bonds bottomed in 1981, after a 120-year bear market correction. I have a chart going back to 1861 and when we add 120 years to it we get the 1981 bottom. They call it a bear market but T-Bonds are in a Supercycle degree bull market which will not end until 2101! As of 2018, a new record high should happen but wave one in Cycle degree is still a few years away.