Our product is composed of currency exchange data and charts showing flow of 28 currency pairs for the last 200 years (from the year 1800 to current time). In addition, we have compiled accurate currency exchange forecasting guidance information on 28 currency pairs for the next 100 years (to 2100). Also, we have tables with supplementary information. The table "Long-Term Charts on Forex" shows more detailed information about our services. The table "Last Form on the Chart" shows the final technical analysis form on annual charts. On the table "Charts Resembling Each Other" you will see currency pairs divided into groups, which are annual charts that are similar to each other. The table "Dependency of Currency Pair #2 on Currency Pair #1" shows the codependence of currency pairs among each other. The table "Currency Pair Equation" displays a list of mathematical operations used in the process of deriving the basal data on non-major currency pairs. The table "The Greatest Peak Variation of Currency Pairs" shows the currency pairs, which have been predicted to have the greatest deviations in the twenty-first century. The tables "Wave Amplitudes for Charts" and "Wave Amplitudes for Tables" show wave amplitudes for charts and tables. The table "Index of Tables" shows a list of 30 tables with forecasting derivatives for the next 500 years (until the year 2500).
We have a total of 112 foreign
currency exchange charts and 124 historical currency exchange rate data
tables. The information displayed is divided into the following categories :
1. 28 Annual Forex charts for 28 currency pairs from the year 1800 to present time.
2. 28 Annual Forex charts for 28 currency pairs with Elliott Wave Analysis as early as the year 1800 and
forecasting future flow rate for the next 100 years (to 2100). (Versions “A”, “B”, “C”).
3. 28 Historical currency exchange rate data tables of current end-of-the-year currency closing prices
dating from the year 1800 to present time.
4. 6 Additional tables with supplementary information related to currency exchange trading.
5. 30 Tables with forecasting future flow rate for the next 500 years (until the year 2500).
(Versions “A”, “B”, “C”). The tables project Grand Supercycle, Supercycle, Cycle, Primary, and
Intermediate Waves. The tables show time-dependent currency wavelengths, the year and price at
the beginning and end of each wave cycle, as well as the shape they take on. Examples and full listing
of these tables can be found at our home page under the names of "Charts Resembling Each Other
(2200-2500)", "Year-Dependent Wavelength", and "Index of Tables".
The quality of samples is greatly reduced compared to the actual product.
All charts and tables are updated annually.
are accurately computed mathematically using the theories of Ralph Elliott, a
financial analyst who made his findings on the methods of currency flow
prediction at the beginning of the last century. The method used by our
company in compiling our data is the Elliott Wave Analysis, considered
the optimum utility for currency value forecasting.
While keeping in mind the future of currency trading we selected the optimum resulting outcomes in our currency exchange forecasting analysis. With these outcomes, the theory of Ralph Elliott remains sound with all currency pairs as well as the codependence of the individual currencies among each other. The
verification of the codependence between currency pairs is found on our various currency exchange charts from the year 1800 to current time and also for the next 100 years (until 2100). This is the verifiable
using the "Currency Pair Equation" table, which can be found above.
depicted on charts for all individual currency pairs should be viewed as one big
whole. The price trends of all individual pairs depend on the direction
of the trend between its other world counterparts. This correlation
allows the analysis of each individual pair to result in 3-5 different trends
of future price variations, all of which would be correct. However,
when comparing the charts of different currency pairs between each
other, they will not be similar in their outcome (ex: see out table "Currency
Pair Equation"). In addition, currency pairs that show similar trends,
such as USD/JPY and CAD/JPY, will not actually coincide. Therefore,
when making our predictions, we primarily pay attention to:
1. Correlation of currency waves related to a single pair on the same chart (annual, monthly, or weekly).
2. Correlation of currency waves related to a single pair on multiple charts (annual, monthly, and weekly).
3. Correlation of currency waves for different pairs on the same chart (annual, monthly, or weekly).
4. Correlation of currency waves for different pairs on multiple charts (annual, monthly, and weekly).
5. The direction of the MACD indicator on different charts (monthly, weekly, and daily).