Elliott Wave on Gold and Silver
Short Term Forecast
The price action for Gold and Silver appears to be in a wave (2) or wave (B) correction. We should see the price of Gold and Silver advance to the recent highs attained on Mar 26th 2008. This wave up will also confirm if the intermediate highs are in place for the metals. A failure to move above the wave (2) or wave (B) target areas would indicate further downside and that a larger correction is in play. A move above the target areas would suggest further upside towards the highs. A failure to attain the target areas would indicate that a smaller wave 2 correction is in play and further downside would be expected. We have discussed a few scenarios, but we are expecting at least an advance to the Mar 26th price area.
We need to see the price action break above the upper trendline to support the rise into the wave C target area. A failure to break above this line would indicate that a smaller wave 2 rally is in play.
These charts are only a guide so that you can follow the action and watch for the expected action in the the wave (2) or wave (B) target area. The action could play out exactly as illustrated or it may need minor adjustments as we follow it through.
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