A teaching manual written at the urging of his students, subtitled "A critique of Elliott Wave", this book is a distillation of Ralph Dystant's lifelong experience with Elliott Wave.
Mr. Dystant approaches the subject not as an academic, but as a trader and a true teacher. He covers the topics of the wave count, change of degree, trendlines and channeling, corrections, irregular tops, extensions, alternation, timing and volume.
Much of the discussion centers around individual stocks, with stock charts from the Sixties and Seventies, but the discussion is informative in and of itself. Each chart is marked with the wave count.
Contains more than 300 pages, 82 diagrams and 346 charts.