Upwards movement continues as the second Elliott wave count expected.
A new high on Friday for US Oil shifts the probabilities of the three daily Elliott wave counts.
A small inside week closing as a doji saw only sideways movement from Oil. This leaves the analysis the same.
Downwards movement was expected to continue with strong momentum. This is exactly what has happened.
A new high above 66.65 has substantially reduced the probability of the main Elliott wave count and increased the probability of the alternate. This week the two wave counts should be swapped over.
Downwards movement continued this week exactly as expected.
A downwards swing was expected to continue. Members were warned that within this consolidation price should not be expected to move in a straight line. The whipsaw today is a good illustration of risk within consolidations.
A turn was expected. Price has remained just below the invalidation point and printed a red weekly candlestick.
Another small range week, this time an inside week, does not change the Elliott wave analysis.
Upwards movement was expected to continue, but members were warned that when price is within a consolidation it does not move in a straight line. Strong downwards movement today remains above support.
Upwards movement was expected to end last week, but price continues to move higher. Volume does not support the rise in price though, and there is resistance overhead.
Price reacted downwards off the trend channel on the hourly charts and has bounced up from support at the lower edge.
Sideways movement, which has not made a new high, this week fits the main Elliott wave count better than the new alternate.