The Big Picture Still Remains in Favour of the Bulls
According to the theory, the motive waves “leading diagonal in this case” point in the direction of the larger sequence, and a three-wave retracement in the opposite direction follows every motive pattern.
Here, EURAUD correction seems to be unfolding as a "top flat ascending triangle" pattern labeled (a)-(b)-(c)-(d)-(e). Price has drawn wave (a)-(d) of the triangle and remain wave (e). So, in the short term, the price has the potential to move lower to complete the wave (e) of B.
However, once the corrective phase of the cycle is over, the larger trend resumes in the direction of the motive wave. This means that once the corresponding triangle correction in wave B is over, another rally in wave C can be expected.
The around 61.8% Fibonacci level of the monthly impulse structure “Not show on the chart” is plausible for the bulls.
If this count is correct, traders should expect a short term decline and long term advance in EURAUD as planned on the chart.
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