How To Read Neowave Charts by Neowave Forecast

Hello Traders and Investors

My Name is Manish Singh and i am an expert in Neowave. In this chart i have describe the coding method to read my charts.

In Neowave Charts Degree labels used as intermediate, primary and cycle degree which is hard to understand by new user. Actually they understand 1 to 5 labels but they dont get the quiet idea in one look in which trend is this count is given. Thats why i came up with something simpler. So i am publishing this in the hope they everyone new trader easily understand the chart that it is in corection or in motive wave and for what time frame.

As they follow my charts, than with time they will understand which degree takes how much amount of time approximately to complete its structure and it surely does in learning the neowave.
Anyway friend kindly tell how you like the idea of this kind of coding.

I am also puting some examples of chart here.

1) This is the chart of nifty in which long term wave is in correction and you can judge with the help of medium wave degree that where is long term wave correction can end or actually new trend is going to start now or it become a failure. you can judge the chart pattern with is also as you can see this is an flat structure.

2) This is another chart of USD/JPY
In this chart i have used the old style of coding so that you can compare which one is easier to understand trend. As you can clearly understand with the help of count that it is going up but you were unable to catch that in which degree it is up or how long it will sustain there. Is there much bigger degree from the current one i am seeing.

I want to add one more degree which i used for nifty and bank nifty intraday view.
This is an short term degree denoted by S1,S2,S3,S4 and S5, for correction SC1, SC2 and SC3 respectively.

This degree is smaller than medium term degree as the name suggest.
If anyone has any query please dont hesitate to ask us.

Thank you


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