82.3% (Now 90%!) Accurate Top 20 Tech Elliott Wave Counts. Amazing.

In this video I detail, with proof galore, the amazing calls I made on 20 top tech stocks in Aug 24-25, 2010 using Elliott Wave and Fibonacci. In this PDF file, created on that date with the charts, I was 14-3-3 (14 right, 3 wrong, 3 neither right or wrong) for 82.3% accuracy. I did the same thing with 80%-82% accuracy in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009, but just started doing PDF files last year. I will be doing video wave counts from now on. This just scratches the surface of what an un-biased expert elliottician is capable of.

Here’s the small PDF file if you want to see it:


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The secret of many top analysts and traders...(in fact mutual fund managers, hedge fund traders and even a couple seat owners of the NYSE are subscribers!) Wavegenius.com. Ted "Wavegenius" Aguhob since 2001 has profited on 80%-88% of his trades EVERY year since the inception of his blogs and websites..Ted has made and incredible amount of calls during this period including: 1778% gain in 03-04 from swing trades, The 2009 bottom lows of S&P DOW and NASDAQ literally right on the number, the massive 3rd waves when SPX made it's run from just over 1000 to 2400+ that we're seeing now (these calls were written by Ernie Varitimos on articles on the FRONT PAGE of TheStreet.com, Yahoo Finance and MSN Money for a week), The exact all time low of Apple and Facebook and the huge move that followed on Youtube videos, and he's had Top 20 Charts of stocks that 90%-100% of the time were accurate...at the time the calls were considered insane to most and hundreds of his charts have been like that..until they actually happened...as a result Ted with a tiny audience made almost $177,000 in 2013 as one of the top earning blogs in the country. His following is beyond fanatical, and has been hidden away for many years with many websites and competitors refusing to partner with him..mostly because he'd walk in there and take away many subscribers and traffic from them...