Last analysis expected that the S&P was now in a primary degree pullback to continue lower. To end the short trading week, Thursday saw price move lower as expected.
Price remains range bound again today. The longer price remains coiled between resistance and support, the closer and more violent the breakout will be.
Monday was expected to be an upwards day, but this is not what happened.
A very short term target expected some upwards movement for one or two days to a target zone at 2,380 to 2,383. Price moved higher as expected for Wednesday’s session, reaching 2,390.01.
Downwards movement is again unfolding as the Elliott wave count and classic technical analysis expected.
Another day of downwards movement was expected from the Elliott wave count and from classic technical analysis.
The short term target has been met and the mid term target remains the same.
Price continued higher and almost met the target, which was at 2,353, fitting the second hourly Elliott wave chart.
Upwards movement continues as expected.
A very bearish alternate (which was judged to have a very low probability) has been invalidated today. This adds confidence to the main Elliott wave count and the targets.
Again, upwards movement continues as the main Elliott wave count expects.
And the very bearish alternate Elliott wave count remains just viable.
Upwards movement continues as the main Elliott wave count expects.
The very bearish alternate Elliott wave count remains viable.