“Truth is ever to be found in the simplicity, and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things.”


Trading, similar to other fields, does not require complicated systems, regulations and sophisticated policies. The simpler, the better. Complications lead to a chain of “butterfly effect” repercussions with unforeseen outcomes. Reacting to the feedback from these events calls for new interventions aiming to correct the secondary effects. Such curve fitting further complicates the system and hinders its future reliability. In trading, less is more and usually more effective.

While the logic behind WaveStructure’s wave count system is quite complex, usage of the final product is simple and straightforward. We use a combination of wave pattern recognition and action reaction line sets to evaluate markets and highlight actionable opportunities. This section provides a complete explanation of the methodology and shows a detailed example of how the system is applied in real life trading.

Unlike other Elliott Wave systems we do not believe in curve fitting wave counts by deleting or replacing labels. When a wave count is completed it stays fixed on the chart forever. By looking at previous wave structures subscribers can clearly see how markets have performed in relation to the analysis and get a feel of what to expect in the future. Most importantly, this feature greatly reduces the time required by new members to get hold of the methodology.

This section consists of 7 parts and is always available to subscribers. It is highly recommended to invest time in the careful study and periodical review the content. Just like with any other new methodology, take time to get used to it and make sure you fully grasp the breadth of the analysis before acting upon signals.

Part 1 History
Part 2 Market Structure
Part 3 Wave Principle
Part 4 Action Reaction Lines
Part 5 Application
Part 6 Case Study
Part 7 Alan Andrews’ Original Action Reaction Course