The_New_Disciple

Gold Price Prediction

Short
TVC:GOLD   CFDs on Gold (US$ / OZ)
In this idea I share a couple of concepts with you. The formation know as the scallop comes in 3's. These formations are in every time frame. They just one of the repeating fractals throughout chart movement. For example: 3 ascending scallops on the 30 minute would make up roughly 1 in the 60 minute chart. To keep track of this I borrow scale designations from Elliot Wave . Here in Gold if you look through my chart you will see the largest(Grand Major) set of scallops coming to completion with a double top signaling the reset into a set of 3 descending scallops. I have marked the projections as I see them playing out on a "Major Scale", but have included a possible target for the "Grand Major scale for the bottom as well as a top side for the double bottom that comes from the falling wedge that is forming coming to completion. Every fall in my opinion is a falling wedge in one form or another with slight features warped due to bullish / bearish sentiment that pulls it outside the parameters of what the constricted rules of line drawing would have us adhere to. The next step in the pattern is the double bottom that will start the uptrend. If you agree throw me a like and follow me for more unique ideas and concepts that keep you in the gains-ND Much love to my supporters
Comment: Guess I should call this Gold prediction for the next decade lol. Estimating 7-9 years in organic movement to propel it to the upper target. The one defining factor that could accelerate this is the impending economic collapse and demand going through the roof.
Comment: Adjusted second descending scallop target
Comment: Fractal overlay of movement we may see.
Comment: Adjusted Fractal Overlay projection

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