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Elliott Wave Analysis: SP500 and GBPUSD

S&P500

Stocks appears to be in a very nice bullish mode, at least on intraday chart with that five-wave rally from 2321 low that should be part of a bigger cycle. As such, we will look for more upside in the next few sessions, but first we still think that a)-b)-c) set-back can see deeper levels. Ideally support will be found near 2340 area.

S&P500, 1H

S&P500 1-Hour Chart


GBPUSD

Cable has seen a nice intraday move up to 1.2472 which appears to be a spike that completed wave four at resistance. As such, we will stick with bearish view for a fifth wave of a decline to around 1.2340/50 area. After that, be aware of a new turn up for a wave "b" correction

GBPUSD, 1H

GBP/USD 1-Hour Chart

 


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