Short term Elliott Wave view in NZD/USD

By: Elliottwave-Forecast | Wed, May 3, 2017
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Short term Elliott Wave view in NZDUSD suggests the decline to 0.6844 low ended cycle from 3/21 high in Minor wave W. Pair is currently correcting cycle from 3/21 high in 7 or 11 swing in Minor wave X before the decline resumes. The rally from 4/27 low (0.6844) is unfolding as a double three Elliott Wave structure where Minute wave ((w)) ended at 0.6937 as a Flat Elliott wave structure , and Minute wave ((x)) pullback ended at 0.69. Near term, pair is correcting cycle from 0.69 low within Minute wave (b) and while dips stay above there, expect pair to resume higher towards 0.699 – 0.7014 area before the decline resumes. We expect Minor wave X rally to find sellers at 0.699 – 0.705 area for an extension lower or at least a 3 waves pullback as far as pivot at 0.709 high remains intact.

NZDUSD 1 hour Elliott Wave Chart

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