GBPAUD Short-Term Elliott Wave Analysis

By: Elliottwave-Forecast | Fri, Sep 18, 2015
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Short term Elliottwave view suggests the decline from wave ((X)) at 2.21 unfolded in a triple three structure WXYZ where wave W ended at 2.167, wave X ended at 2.193, wave Y ended at 2.151, second wave X ended at 2.17, and wave Z of (W) ended at 2.135. Wave (X) bounce is currently in progress as a double corrective structure WXY where wave W ended at 2.175, wave X ended at 2.146, and wave Y is in progress towards 2.186 - 2.195 to complete wave (X) before the decline resumes. As far as 2.21 pivot stays intact during the wave (X) bounce, expect the pair to fail below the level and resume the decline lower. We don't like selling the proposed push lower.

GBPAUD Elliott Short-Term Wave Analysis Chart
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