More downwards movement was expected for Wednesday’s session, which is exactly what happened.
A small upwards day to just above 1,265 fits expectations for the short term. 1,265 was expected to be about where upwards movement may find resistance.
Sideways movement to end the week fits the short term expectations for the Elliott wave count.
A slightly downwards day closes as a doji, and downwards movement remains above the short term invalidation point.
The target for downwards movement to end, if it continued for one more day, was 1,306. This target has been exceeded by 4.15.
The target for a downwards swing to end was about 1,306. Today price moved lower to reach 1,310.
The bounce was expected to be over with one slight new high or at Monday’s high. A downwards swing was expected to continue this week, which is what is happening.
Another test of support about 1,310 to 1,305 was expected. This is what has happened.
To start the new trading week upwards movement was expected. A higher high and a higher low fits expectations for Monday’s session.
Gold continues to be range bound exactly as expected.
A bounce is unfolding exactly as expected. The target remains the same and may be met in another day or so.
A small range inside day sees the Elliott wave analysis remain the same.
Volume for GDX offers a clue as to the next direction for price in the short term.
Downwards movement at the end of Friday’s session still remains within the consolidation zone that began back in late September.