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Wolfe Waves rep­re­sent a fight towards an equi­lib­ri­um price and are one of the most reli­able pre­dic­tive rever­sal pat­terns in exis­tence. These waves can man­i­fest hav­ing dif­fer­ent ampli­tudes and are dif­fi­cult to spot. This indi­ca­tor is espe­cial­ly accu­rate because it waits for a break­out in the wave direc­tion before sig­nal­ing the trade, result­ing in a very high win­ning ratio.

Amaz­ing­ly easy to trade
Detect all wolfe waves present in the chart
Trade reli­able price rever­sals in all time­frames
It is a cut­ting-edge tool for expe­ri­enced traders
Choose your wave ampli­tude and col­ors
It imple­ments email/sound/push alerts
The indi­ca­tor is non-repaint­ing*

* — A Wolfe Wave is a har­mon­ic pat­tern based on absolute highs and lows, hence the last leg of the wave must repaint as the pat­tern expands. How­ev­er, the indi­ca­tor waits for a mean­ing­ful break­out in the oppo­site direc­tion to sig­nal the trade, and there­fore trad­ing sig­nals do not repaint, with very few excep­tions.

It is a nat­u­ral­ly occur­ring trad­ing pat­tern present in all finan­cial mar­kets. The pat­tern is com­posed of five waves show­ing sup­ply and demand and a fight towards an equi­lib­ri­um price. These pat­terns can devel­op over short- and long-term time frames such as min­utes or weeks and are used to pre­dict where a price is head­ing and when it will get there.

Anatomy of a Wolve Wave

If iden­ti­fied cor­rect­ly, Wolfe waves can be used to accu­rate­ly pre­dict the scope (equi­lib­ri­um price) of the under­ly­ing secu­ri­ty and to antic­i­pate price rever­sals which are like­ly to cause big price move­ments. To iden­ti­fy Wolfe waves, they must have the fol­low­ing char­ac­ter­is­tics.

Waves 3–4 must stay with­in the chan­nel cre­at­ed by 1–2
Wave 1–2 equals waves 3–4
Wave 4 is with­in the chan­nel cre­at­ed by waves 1–2
There is reg­u­lar time between all waves
Wave 5 exceeds trend­line cre­at­ed by waves 1 and 3

The indi­ca­tor detects Wolfe Waves with a def­i­n­i­tion a bit loos­er that the one explained above. Enable the Strict­Waves para­me­ter to trade only strict waves.

When load­ing the indi­ca­tor to any chart, you will be pre­sent­ed with a set of options as input para­me­ters. Don’t despair if you think they are too many, because para­me­ters are grouped into self-explana­to­ry blocks. This is what each block of para­me­ters does.

The indi­ca­tor is con­stant­ly look­ing for tops and bot­toms. The ampli­tude is the min­i­mal amount of bars where there will not be two tops or two bot­toms. Increase the peri­od to see big­ger waves or for intra­day trad­ing. You can also have sev­er­al indi­ca­tors loaded on the chart with dif­fer­ent ampli­tudes.
The strict def­i­n­i­tion of a Wolfe-Wave decreas­es the den­si­ty of trad­ing sig­nals but does not improve its per­for­mance. Enable this para­me­ter to only trade strict and purist Wolfe Wave. Dis­abling it caus­es the indi­ca­tor to look for loos­er waves, which increas­es the trad­ing fre­quen­cy.
This para­me­ter con­trols how many past bars are exam­ined to increase the indicator’s per­for­mance and min­i­mize mem­o­ry usage.
Dis­play, hide and/or cus­tomize the col­ors and size of the point labels.
This indi­ca­tor imple­ments a espe­cial fil­ter which delays the trad­ing sig­nal until a break­out has tak­en place in the wave direc­tion. This is espe­cial­ly use­ful to avoid trad­ing while the Wolfe Wave expands its last leg. Increase the Donchi­an­Pe­ri­od para­me­ter to trade Wolfe Waves more safe­ly and avoid repaint­ing of sig­nals.
Enable display/email/push/sound alerts for break­outs.

Some Nitty-Gritty Details

The indi­ca­tor is eval­u­at­ed every bar, not every tick.
The last point of the Wave repaints as the pat­tern expands.
You can have sev­er­al indi­ca­tors on the chart with dif­fer­ent ampli­tudes.
An alert is dis­played when the pat­tern forms and also when the wave+price break­out takes place.
A small per­cent­age of trad­ing sig­nals can repaint (Increase the Donchi­an­Break­out para­me­ter for intra­day trad­ing).
Wolfe Waves can be con­firmed with oscil­la­tor diver­gences or Bollinger Bands, for exam­ple.
Tar­get Lines can be option­al­ly dis­played


Arturo López Pérez, pri­vate investor and spec­u­la­tor, soft­ware engi­neer and founder of Point Zero Trad­ing Solu­tions.