SWAT

Trade Currencies & CFDs using moving averages, chart patterns, and the Elliott Wave Forex Trading Theory.

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Surf the Waves
Learn to apply Elliot wave trading in Forex.
Price Action Patterns
Spot large moves, to enter positions before the rest of the market does.
MetaTrader 4 Solution
Start with proprietary tools relevant to a variety of markets.
Mentoring & Support
Direct IM & Email access to our team and community.
Video Tutorials & Analysis
Determine your own pace with 74 video lessons (22h).
Extra Materials
Access six guides, swat rules checklists, and more.
46 %

Win rate

Total 476 wins

1.83

Risk/Reward Ratio

in 2019

+ 300

Pips

average per month

7 %

Monthly returns

2% risk per trade

What’s SWAT 2.0? 👀

The Simple Wave Analysis & Trading (SWAT 2.0) is a MetaTrader 4 system that helps to incorporate Forex Wave Analysis into the Elliot wave trader routine. SWAT 2.0 will teach you how to approach both trending and ranging markets through a combination of tools and rules. To reach the excellence necessary for making it in the Forex market, you will also learn how to apply Elliott wave forex analysis and indicators to determine Entry/Exit levels, as well as scaling in and out with the help of wave analysis & indicators.

System breakdown

SWAT Approaches
  • Discretionary (entry options and analysis)
  • Wave strategies (trend & reversals)
  • Rule-based (MACD, Basic, Classic, Pro)
Indicators (SWAT 1.0)
  • Moving averages
  • 21 ema zone
  • 144 ema close 233 & 610 ema close
  • Fibonacci
  • swat.FRACTALS
  • ecs.WIZZ
  • swat.CANDLES
  • swat.ARROWS
  • HMA 20 Awesome oscillator
Education
  • Forex Basics - 13 hours (MT4, Candles, Trend Channels, Patterns & more)
  • SWAT - 9 hours (Proprietory tools & strategies, three trading approaches, and more)
Indicators (SWAT 2.0)
  • ecs.MACD
  • swat.PULLBACK
  • swat.CS-DOTS
  • swat.IMPULSE
  • swat.OSCILLATOR
  • swat.CANDLES-MTF
  • swat.FRACTALS-MTF
  • swat.STRENGTH
  • ecs.PRICE ACTION
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Hello Traders

Hi traders, I’ve been practicing Elliott wave forex analysis and education for over 10 years now. To my luck, I’ve discovered the importance of Elliot Wave Analysis in Forex early in my career. Nowadays, as an Elliot wave trader, i appreciate the price and wave patterns for their ability to explain the price charts and expected price movement in great and fine detail.
My favorite tools: Moving Averages, Fibonacci Levels, Fractals, ecs.WIZZ and all of the SWAT tools

Chris Svorcik

With SWAT 2.0 you’ll get

Simple methods & tools for Forex Elliot Wave analysis

Reliable rule-based and discretionary based solutions.

Multiple rules-based systems, plus five-wave trading systems (3 with the trend and 2 counter-trend) and dozens of discretionary approaches to forex wave trading.

Wizz target levels

Spot the wide-open spaces on the chart that most traders can only dream of.

You’ll learn to apply forex wave analysis to quickly find the best spots for trend trading while receiving alerts if the markets are still consolidating with the help of Fibonacci sequence levels.

The Wizz levels offer reliable targets for exiting trades and the practical confluence with other SWAT tools. The quote “let your winners run and cut your losses short” is famous but very few trading experts explain how to implement this tip in real trading and on live charts. Wizz does an excellent job of letting winners run as much as they can and we make sure you understand it in seconds.

SWAT indicator & templates

Lifetime access to our world class indicators and templates.

Multiple custom-designed wave analysis tools and indicators for improving your odds at making better trading decsions:

  • Color-coded candles and momentum arrows for simplified entries.
  • CS-DOTS indicator for filtering out failing setups.
  • Access to three dashboards.
  • Using the best levels for stop loss.

There are no hidden costs, added costs or upgrades, nor will they ever be added. You will retain lifetime access to all of the material including, videos, indicators, templates, and full support from Chris Svorcik and EliteCurrenSea team.

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Risk management

Risk and trade management setups:

  • Risk management: tackle risks as a grown up
  • Trade management plan: exit trades on time
  • Money management: understand risk to reward ration (R:R) and the art of take profits and stop losses

Wave analysis & live trading

Temporary access to ecs.SWAT live trading sessions:

To cement the knowledge, you’ll have the access to live trading either via complimentary access to ecs.LIVE or broader scope weekly live trading sessions – the best place and time to engage with Chris and the rest of the class while using wave analysis to trade forex.

Non-wave trader

Interested in trading price swings and moving averages?

Since SWAT approach is focused on trading with simple indicators such as swat.CANDLES, moving averages, and Fibonacci, you don’t need to have affection or loyalty to the Wave Theory. 

Wave trader

Familiar with “Waves” but need a stronger grip on the approach?

With SWAT, you’ll learn how to avoid over-analysing, while applying moving averages, Fibonacci, and Fractals for a more direct approach to wave trading.

Everyone who purchases SWAT 2.0 in May gets access to Ultima EA 30% Profit Share Model (usually available only as rental starting at €1,399).

More about SWAT 2.0

SWAT system

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Wave Analysis guides & tools

SWAT Guide: 360 Degree Trading and Analysis (full)
360 Degree Method for Trading and Analysing Price Patterns & Market Structure.
Type:
Book
Author:
Chris Svorcik
Release year:
2020
SWAT Guide: 360 Degree Moving Averages (short)
360 Degree Method for Trading and Analysing Price Patterns & Market Structure.
Type:
Book
Author:
Chris Svrocik
Release year:
2020
BullsEye Target
Fibonacci levels on price swings using the zigzag indicator.
Type:
Indicator
Platform:
MetaTrader 4
Release year:
2019
wizz.PRO
Fibonacci sequence levels drawn automatically.
Type:
Indicator
Platform:
MetaTrader 4
Release year:
2011

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Client reviews

Perth, Australia
I'm new to trading and found their SWAT course to be very helpful. Lot to learn from this team. Very knowledgeable, transparent and genuine (myfxbook verified real trading account) . Offer so much free material and regular updates on the blog and youtube which are priceless.
Cork, Ireland
The best teachers and analysts that I've come across in over a year. The output of material, and the knowledge that they possess is incredible, and a quick look at. I'v signed up for CAMMACD and SWAT courses - my education shopping is compelte now.
Zagreb, Croatia
Great help and money-worth service, especially for beginners that already tried trading and knows how hard is to consistently make money. ECS have systems and live trading service that gives confidence and stability in your everyday trading.
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Have been following Chris and Nenad for some 6 years and find their analysis top class. They are traders first, analysts second. Numerous webinars, seminars, and tutorials provide traders with in depth knowledge and no bul***. They provide good tuition for early traders and something for more experienced traders too. Very few indicators used so charts not congested. But be cautious.. they have very different styles to trading.. which is what I like!

FAQ

What time frames can be used for SWAT?
SWAT can be used on almost all time frames from 15 minute chart, 1 hour, 4 hour to daily chart. Even 5 minute and weekly charts should be OK. The SWAT creator has the most experience with 4 hour charts.
Is SWAT suitable for long-term traders, daily charts, swing trading, intra-week trading, intra-day trading, or scalping?
Yes, it is. At the moment, we do not recommend SWAT for scalping strategies or scalpers. Otherwise, SWAT is valid for all other time frames.
Do I need to learn Elliott Wave Theory before i can apply wave analysis in forex trading?
No, you do not. SWAT is meant to trade the waves without using or knowing the waves. We do that with the use of moving averages and other tools like fractals, Fibonacci, and proprietary SWAT tools.
Can I use the indicators and tools on other platforms?
No only on MT4 (MetaTrader4). The course and ideas, however, can be applied on any charting software. Also some of the indicator ideas such as the moving averages can be manually created on other platforms too.
Do I need to go through all 74 videos and 22 hours of recording?
No, that is not a must before you can use SWAT. The course is split into 2 parts: education with 13 hours of video and SWAT trading with 9 hours of video. The educational part is an extra resource but is not a must before using SWAT. Also, traders will not need to watch all 9 hours of the SWAT part either. They can choose the system videos of their choice and focus on that only.
Will you help me with implementing the SWAT material on live charts?
Yes, you will gain access to ecsLIVE for 1, 4 or 12 months (depending on the package that you choose). Here I will host 2x live webinars per week where we explain current, past, and potential future SWAT trading ideas.
Does Forex Elliott Wave analysis work? Does Elliott Wave theory work?
Yes Elliott wave works but more experience is often required and desired. Elliott Waves (EW) are an excellent tool for analysing the markets and for understanding the price movements and market psychology. But it’s more difficult to determine trade ideas solely based on EW. The EW patterns work much better as a supportive tool.
To solve that experience gap, I often recommend traders to focus on moving averages, Fibonacci, Fractals, and the MACD. These tools help traders digest the price swings in a more systematic method. I also tell traders to focus on wave patterns that are simple to breakdown.
Unfortunately, not many systems use EW principles. To solve the problem, SWAT system applies all the important EW principles into a complex yet easy EW Forex trading strategy. My method focuses on a simple to understand rules based on moving averages, Fibonacci, Fractals, and the MACD.
How can I recognize an ABC correction?
The Elliott wave ABC correction is a three wave pattern. It consists of 3 price swings that go against the trend. The first step is therefore to analyse the charts and understand if 1) there is a trend and 2) what direction is the trend. An ABC correction can take place either a) within the trend as part of a wave 2 or wave 4 or b) after the 5 waves with the trend (12345) have been completed. The wave A is against the trend. The wave B with the trend. And the wave C is again against the trend. Often trend traders buy in wave B but their trades get trapped as a larger retracement against the trend takes place in wave C. The abc correction can break into a number of different internal patterns. The ABC correction can take place in different formations, such as ABC zigzags (quick correction in 5-3-5 wave formation) and ABC flat corrections (slower correction in 3-3-5 wave formation).
How do you trade Forex Elliott Waves?
Trading Elliott Waves is difficult and requires a lot of experience. The best way to trade Elliott Waves is by using price indicators such as moving averages, Fibonacci, Fractals, and the MACD (or Awesome Oscillator) in combination with candlestick patterns plus impulsive and corrective price swings. These tools help remove some of the guesswork from analysing and labeling price swings. It is important that traders implement a consistent and rules-based method for reading and understanding the price swings before they trade the waves. The danger of trading waves blindly (no indicators or price patterns) is that traders often lack the experience to accurately evaluate the correct wave formation. Trading Elliott Waves is best done after traders can correctly analyze the price movements, using MAs, Fibs, candlestick patterns, and other tools. My SWAT course explains how to use these tools and concepts correctly to analyse and trade wave patterns.
How reliable is the Elliott Wave analysis in forecasting the market?
Elliott Wave (EW) is a reliable tool for analysing price movements and financial markets. But experience is required to translate that analysis into trade ideas. The benefit of the Elliott Wave Theory is simple – it allows you to understand the psychology of price movement in the Forex, CFD and other financial markets. By understanding the psychology between the market waves, an Elliot wave analyst can successfully predict price movements. The Elliott Wave Theory explains how and why price moves as it does — with momentum and correction besides up, down and sideways. Traders can use past and current price swings and wave patterns to analyse future price movement.
The problem is that traders often complain to me about the difficulty of implementing the Elliott Waves correctly when trading. To solve their problem, we advise 3 tips. At first, it’s best to use EW for analysis only and not yet for any trading decisions. Second of all, try to understand the logic of price swings first. Price makes impulsive and corrective price swings. EW theory labels those price swings and tries to understand their sequence. Thirdly, be patient when learning EW. It takes time and the best approach is to develop your skills step by step.
To understand Elliott Wave fully, please take a look at the SWAT system which is extremely useful in approaching and trading markets with Elliot wave analysis. My method removes the guesswork from EW analysis by showing how price swings interact with moving averages, Fibonacci, and Fractals.
What is the Elliott Wave in Forex?
The Elliott Wave (EW) Theory works the same for all financial markets, including the Forex market. That said, some small 1-2 pips break of the EW rules and guidelines can occur on highly leveraged instruments such as the Forex market. This is especially true on lower time frames and during periods of high price volatility. Otherwise, price swings, the EW theory, and wave analysis work well on the Forex market, just as with any other financial instrument that has sufficient volume. My SWAT course explains how to use these tools and concepts correctly to analyse and trade Elliott Wave patterns.
How do you count Elliott Waves?
Elliott Waves (EW) are based on 5 impulsive waves and 3 corrective waves. The impulsive waves are labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 and the corrective waves are A, B, or C. An impulsive wave is usually quick and with the trend. A corrective wave is usually slow and against the trend. The wave patterns repeat on all time frames, scales and instruments / charts. Your wave analysis can either become confirmed when price moves as expected or become invalidated as price moves in an unexpected way. If price invalidates your analysis, you will need to create a new analysis that fits within the EW rules and guidelines. It is normal that you feel more or less confident with your EW analysis depending on the specific situations on the price chart.
EW is often criticized for being too subjective and therefore difficult to trade. Traders can remove the guesswork from analysing EW by using moving averages and the ecsMACD oscillator. Analysing the price swings and waves becomes rules-based and less subjective when using these methods. My SWAT course explains how to use these tools and concepts correctly to analyse and trade Elliott Wave patterns..
What is the best time frame for Elliott Waves Forex Analysis?
All time frames are fine for Elliott Waves. But the best time frame is probably the 4 hour chart because it’s fast enough to offer 30 candles in a week but slow enough to digest the new information at a reasonable pace.
Do you have a wave book?
Yes, our wave book consists of 580+ pages. The SWAT ebook discusses Elliott Waves in fine detail. But the guide also reviews chart analysis from A to Z, discussing support & resistance, trend & momentum, and price patterns. The ebook then shows how to translate analysis into actual trading decisions using the SWAT methodology (Simple Wave Analysis & Trading). The main trading tools are based on moving averages, Fibonacci, and Fractals.
What is Wave Analysis?
Wave analysis is based on the concept that price charts and financial markets follow specific patterns called waves, which are based on Elliott Wave (EW) Theory. EW offers a method to understand the psychology of the price action and price patterns. These repetitive price movements are the result of a natural rhythm of crowd psychology that exists in all markets. How can traders apply wave analysis? First, traders can analyse price swings by their direction (bullish/bearish) and character (impulsive(quick)/corrective(slow)). Secondly, traders can label those price swings with numbers (1-5) and letters (A-C) according to the Elliott Wave Theory. Thirdly, traders can read the sequence of swings and labels to understand the story of the waves patterns and understand the expected direction, character, and wave label of the current and next price swings. My SWAT course explains how to use these tools and concepts correctly to analyse and trade wave patterns.
How do you use Elliott Wave in Forex?
The Elliott Wave in the Forex market is best used by understanding price swings and price patterns, which are supported by using 1) moving averages and 2) concepts of impulsive (quick price) and corrective (slow price) price swings. Traders can ride and trade the waves without counting the waves by understanding how price moves in relation to moving averages (MAs), MAs vs MAs, and the Fractal indicator vs MAs. Although the Elliott Wave Theory offers traders rules and guidelines for using waves on Forex charts, it is often difficult to implement ideas on live charts and without sufficient experience. Using MAs and price swings is a useful short-cut for using Elliott Wave in Forex. My SWAT course explains how to use these tools and concepts correctly to analyse and trade wave patterns.
How intensive is SWAT?
It depends on the time frames traded. Lower time frames will be much more intensive than the higher time frames. Most systems use a market order entry type but there are some entry options and strategies that use pending orders too. SWAT does prefer an active trade management style rather than a passive set and forget, although traders can use that too if they want.
How much experience with wave analysis in forex do I need?
The course is suitable for everyone, from beginners to intermediate to advanced traders. Beginning traders might find SWAT complex so it might be better if they try CAMMACD or Ultima first. SWAT should be fine for more experienced beginners, intermediate, and advanced traders.
Am I able to learn and trade Elliott Wave (EW)?
Yes, we do offer videos that explain EW and we also have specific wave strategies. If you are an EW trader but struggling with the EW theory and how to apply on the chart, then the SWAT course is a perfect way to simplify your trading based on EW.
How long does it take to get waves? How long will it take for a wave formation?
Waves are always visible on the chart. In fact, they never disappear. All candles belong to a price swing. And each price swing is some type of wave. Price swings and waves eventually do finish and new price swings start. This can be best determined by using an oscillator such as the ecs.MACD or Awesome Oscillator. But there are many other useful tactics such as identifying impulsive versus corrective price action. Impulsive waves are usually completed quicker whereas corrective waves develop longer in time.
What instruments can be traded with SWAT?
Forex and CFD markets. Other markets such as crtypos and stocks might work as well but we do not have experience with that ourselves.
Do I need to use all of the SWAT indicators?
No, there are many SWAT indicators but not all of them are used for every single system.
What is the goal with SWAT?
The goal is to allow traders to understand the forex elliott wave analysis via charts and price action in a deeper way yet quick and fast. SWAT shows how to get the most info out of the chart without wasting too much time on studying it.
How do you trade Elliott Waves for beginners?
Trading Elliott waves forex analysis is not recommended for beginners. Beginning traders should first learn to analyse waves before active trading Elliott Waves. The first step to analysing waves is understanding price swings and the character of price swings. Price indicators, candlestick patterns, and impulse (quick) and correction (slow) concepts help determine those price swings. The best price indicators for analysing and trading swings are moving averages, Fibonacci, Fractals, and the MACD (or Awesome Oscillator). My SWAT course explains how to use these tools and concepts correctly to analyse and trade Elliott Wave patterns.
What is the Elliott Wave theory?
Elliott Wave Theory allows you to understand the psychology of price movement in the Forex, CFD and other financial markets. It’is a method of technical analysis which identifies price swings and adds labels to understand the sequence of the waves. Ralph Nelson Elliott discovered the pattern and theory in the 1930s. The basic premise of the EW theory is that a market forms 5 impulsive waves with the trend followed by 3 corrective waves against the trend. This market pattern repeats on all price instruments. It is also visible on smaller and higher time frames because the market is fractal in nature (price patterns repeat on all scales). Traders can use past and current price swings and wave patterns to analyse the future price movement. My SWAT course explains how to use these tools and concepts correctly to analyse and trade Elliott Wave patterns.
What are Wave patterns?
Wave patterns are identified by the Elliott Wave Theory. The Elliott Wave has rules and guidelines to help recognize a price swing and the correct wave. The waves are split into 5 impulsive waves with the trend and 3 corrective waves against the trend. The 5 waves are labelled 12345 and have the following characteristics: impulse (wave 1), correction (wave 2), impulse (wave 3), correction (wave 4), and another impulse (wave 5). The 3 waves are labelled ABC and have the following characteristics: impulse (wave A), correction ( wave B), and impulse (wave C). Impulsive and corrective waves help determine when to enter trades, and in which direction the trend is moving.
How do you trade a wave?
Trading forex elliott wave analysis is best done by using price indicators, chart patterns, and candlestick patterns. The main indicators that we recommend are moving averages, Fibonacci, Fractals, trend lines, and the ecs.MACD. The tools allow traders to analyse price swing but also find the right timing for entry and exit. My SWAT course explains how to use these tools and concepts correctly to analyse and trade Elliott Wave patterns.
Is Elliott Wave useful?
The Elliott Wave Theory is used for understanding market psychology and the context of the price chart. It is less useful when used as a trading tool. To solve this gap, traders can first gain experience first by using Elliott Wave as an analytical tool for direction and price patterns. Later on, they can start using Elliott Waves as a supporting tool for trading decisions. Elliott Waves become easier to analyse, understand, and trade when using price indicators such as moving averages, Fibonacci, Fractals, and the ecs.MACD oscillator, chart patterns, and candlestick patterns. My SWAT course explains how to use these tools and concepts correctly to analyse and trade Elliott Wave patterns..
How do you spot or read Elliott Waves?
To spot or read Elliott Waves, traders need to find a rules-based way of identifying price swings. What price action belongs to each other and what is separate? Once traders can find a systematic way of analysing price swings, then they can start analysing waves and adding labels to those waves. After that, they can judge what is the current wave and potential next wave. At first, it is best to use this information for analysis before using it to make any type of trading decision. My SWAT course simplifies the learning curve by explaining a rules based approach for Elliott Wave trading based on moving averages, Fibonacci, Fractals, and the ecs.MACD oscillator.
How can I make Elliott Wave predictions?
Elliott Wave can be used to understand the flow of price action and the market psychology in general. Traders can use the past price swings to understand their character and direction. They can then label the price swings based on the Elliott Wave Theory. Once traders understand the previous waves, they can use the rules and guidelines of the Elliott Wave Theory to estimate the current wave and future waves. This estimate is a Elliott Wave prediction. For instance, let us assume that there are 5 waves up that formed, followed by an ABC down. The bullish price action is against the previous downtrend. This could indicate a wave 1-2 pattern. What is the next Elliott Wave? A wave 3! This is an example of an Elliott Wave prediction. Wave predictions will eventually become confirmed (correct) or invalidated (incorrect). Each wave pattern has confirmation levels (breakout beyond support or resistance) and patterns (certain price movement like a bull flag for instance). Each wave also has invalidation levels (breaking an opposite level) and patterns (an opposite pattern). Traders can use these levels and patterns to update their wave analysis in real-time as they receive more information about the chart.