The bounce off the lower line of the broadening wedge found resistance along the upper line of a descending channel. A correction & subsequent rebound is anticipated within the peak bat dimensions in the near term. For the long term prospects, a potential inverse head & shoulders pattern may act favorably with regard to a rising scenario.
Although the moving averages MA(10) & ALMA(50) are close to a sell signal, this month's rise has resulted into a positive divergence and line(2) break in the RSI diagram. The long term ascending channel is intact and a Wolfe wave may point towards a target of 2400 in due course.
The corrective wave sequence appears complete and in addition to the fact that prices are testing the lower boundary channel line, there is a good chance of a reaction towards first Tg1 the Fibonacci 23.6% retracement (coinciding with the upper channel line) and also Tg2 the 38.2% retracement at a later date. If Tg1 proves strong as a resistance, then there is a...
After the end of the 3rd rising wave at 1263.37, gold is following an A-B-C corrective course. The apparent completion of the B-wave heralded by a head & shoulders formation & coupled by a Gartley pattern may lead towards the first target around 1210-1213. Although at first glance the C-wave may seem a simple W-X-Y, a much more complex Y in extended form could...
A Cypher pattern is driving values towards 4550. After a reasonable pullback the levels around 4730 may be reached once more in all probability (the pitchfork and Elliott wave structure are technically assisting in this attempt)
In the weekly chart of silver we can distinguish two main channels that can lead to a bullish or bearish future trend option. The upper boundary line of the declining channel(1) holds the key to the dilemma solution.
The recent highly positive sentiment with regard to gold places some uncertainty on the ending point of the B-wave correction (part of 4). Provided a B-wave completion takes place at present levels, the minimum 4.C target is 1184 (38.2% wave 3 retracement).
There are quite a few rule violations in the DXY wave development. However, in spite of these differentiations from the "norm", it can be claimed that since August 2015 a B-type correction is developing in 5 consecutive sub-waves (alternative coding also included in the chart). This could mean DXY values above 100 in the near term, provided of course the...
Prices of USOIL are at the critical zone around 33, which represents an important resistance arising from the upper pitchfork boundary and the major former support line(1). An upward break has the capacity of leading prices towards the shark pattern target of 40.
The rise since December 2015 did evolve in three so far completed waves, a(3 sub-waves), b(3 sub-waves) and c(5 sub-waves). The current correction may be viewed either as a d(w-x-y) with x ending here or slightly higher, or a major decline of the w-x-y-x-z type leading towards the previous lows of 13.7. (The monthly chart tends to support the e-wave development).
Two major patterns seem to emerge in the DXY weekly chart, an inverse head & shoulders and an ascending triangle. As long as the dollar index values trade above line(1), the rise scenario remains open. A break down would confirm the corrective C-wave. So far the cloud has offered support twice. (PS: daily indication on chart should be weekly).
This particular ratio presents significant interest, since the corrective wave could assume either a (w-x-y) or (w-x-y-x-z) form. A bullish quasi-butterfly pattern favors the second option with a target of 1.4 to 1.3.
The channel & 1200 XAUUSD level breach favors a rise towards the Wolfe-wave target of ~1440. This implies that the last correction wave ended as a W-X-Y at ~1046 and the extension X-Z leading to <=1000 appears less likely as time progresses.