Predictive/Forecasting Model indicated a probable limited retracement to:
- TG-Hi = 0.90287 - 24 SEP 2014
If and once reached, lower targets would come next per same Model, namely:
1 - TG-1 = 0.87038 - 24 SEP 2014
2 - TG-Lo = 0.85516 - 24 SEP 2014.
At the point, wave count remains probable at points 1 and 2. A reversal at current level would confirm completion of 3rd wave. As indicated above, TG-Hi @ 0.90287 represents a qualitative target generated by the model, but would also fall in line with a potential Wave-4 - Expect a 3-wave internal development to unfold if this retracement were occurred. Finally, from that loftier level, a 5-wave impulse would complete this motive - All eyes should be on the current price action, as it would define either a corrective move or a possible extension of current impulse leg in Wave-3.
Chart favors bears. An interim correction is signaled my predictive/forecasting model, given the targets defined above. Look for $Gold as well for correlated moves.
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$AUDUSD hit target at 0.85516; Reversal potential pending:
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Look for weakness in the $USD index ($USDollar) which is the US currency measured against a basket of major currencies. A decline in this $USDollar index will suggest a Forex-wide strengthening of currencies expressed against the $USD.
Instead of the $USDollar index, one could also look at other important pairs where reversal set up could be occurring. Here are a few of them I had posted recently:
$USDJPY - 4-Hour Chart: Here, the $Yen's weakness pushed the $USD to its target @ 188.83. A reversal is very plausible:
$USDJPY - Daily Chart: In this wider chart, a target was defined near 116.xx, falling short of a 5-second point validation:
$USDollar - Weekly Chart: Here, the Index rallied, but surpassed a 11218 target, underlining the strength of the $USDollar, which is most likely animated via the $Yen weakness:
It is widely believed that fundamental problems in Europe and EM will force major and secondary markets to devalue their currencies (something I wrote about several months ago in support of the $USD strengthening), which will reflexively prop the $USD up, since most of these markets are expressed in Dollar pairs.
However, I also believe on a pure technical basis that a relief will need to occur on the Dollar side, in the form of a significant correction (i.e.; a "relief rally" in the counter-currencies).
If this were to occur, it could support the WW completion towards the $AUDUSD's 1-4 Take-Profit Line, as well as prop the $BTCUSD as is widely expected at the moment, and lead to a significant devaluation of the $&P-500, as is expressed in its CME's $ES, since it too reached a significant landmark:
$ES - 4-Hour Chart: ES reached a significant 1.618-Fib extension level at 1074.00:
(I will cut/paste this reply in the threads where the Forex pairs are)
Therefore, Point-1 (RED) in your chart would correspond to Wave-3 termination in Elliott Wave ("EW"), whereas Point-2 (RED) in the chart would correspond to Wave-4 termination in EW.
Therefore, Point-3 would become Point-A of the A-B-C-D-E pattern of an EW's Ending Diagonal (ED).
In such a case, then you would need to move the geometric plot FORWARD in terms of expressing the pattern using the Wolfe Waves Pattern (WW) formula, where Point-3 (RED) becomes Point-1 of the WW, Point-4 (RED) becomes Point-2 of WW, and Point-5 (RED) becomes Point-3 of WW.
This is NOT obligatory, but a detail that COULD very well explain any future distortion in the geometry.
What I would do at this point is to simply keep a ghosted (i.e.: very faint) plot of the alternate geometries, as this market could well trump this expected market geometry.
Of all patterns, the WW is by far the most consistent, and one that I believe could suffice to generate consistent profits. However, it is always best to measure things not on the merit of the pattern itself, but against the context in which it is occurring. Here, the context is that of a probable reversal zone based on EW wave count (third wave bearish impulse led to a zig-zag cluster typical of its ensuing 4th wave), as well as a fundamental context in $AUD in terms of Gold - Following is from MNI news:
"Nov 28, 12:00
GOLD: Spot gold holds around $1167.00/oz late Friday, after trading in a
$1165.66 to $1199.67 range. The precious metal has broke below initial support
near $1175.25, the lows from November 19, with the focus now on lows near $1138,
seen November 5 and beyond that the April 19, 2010 lows near $1123.90. Gold has
been weighed by a variety of factors. First, the tumble in oil prices has had
spillover effects on other commodities, including gold. In addition, gold closed
above $1200 on a few occasions recently (high of $1207.93 posted Nov 21) and
looked as if it might see a topside breakout, with some players trying a
short-term long punt. Now, with the dollar firmer in most cases and gold on the
defensive, these spec accounts have been forced to unwind these positions. There
is event risk also into Sunday's "Save our Swiss gold" referendum, where Swiss
voters will vote on whether the SNB should be forced to hold 20% of its reserve
in gold. This week's Economist notes that this would involve the SNB's purchase
of about 1500 tons of gold, and the central bank would need to repatriate the
30% of gold held at other central banks. Also the SNB would not be able to sell
gold again, the report says."
So, expect some significant $AUD action as the market open. This is a commodity-sensitive pair ($AUDUSD") where the force of its correlation is multiplied by its positive correlation of $AUD relative to Gold, and by its negative correlation of $USD relative to Gold as well.
In terms of strategy, Point-3 (RED) should offer a moderately aggressive entry point once/if price rallies back up to its level, whereas partial orders at 1.414-Fib x Point3/4 would project a very aggressive, but low-exposure early LONG entry, along the 2-4 Line projected off of Point-3, thus defining the approximate locus of Point-5-prime.
Something to think about.
----------$AUDUSD remains open to TG-Lo = 0.85516 as bears remain in force:
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