Price remains range bound. All three daily Elliott wave counts remain valid.
Gold has moved lower for this last week, which was overall what was expected from both Elliott wave counts. The price point which differentiates the bull and bear Elliott wave counts remains the same.
Downwards movement was expected for Friday’s session, which is what has happened.
Both Elliott wave counts expect the same direction next.
Another small range day continues sideways movement as a pennant pattern unfolds. The target calculated using the flag pole length remains the same.
Both hourly charts yesterday expected some downwards movement, which is what is happening so far.
Another small range day moves price mostly sideways. After a highly significant breakout, a pullback or consolidation was expected to test support.
The alternate Elliott wave count expected for the short term a new high to 1,349 before a reversal. Price reached 1,357.92, remaining below the Elliott wave invalidation point, and there sharply reversed.
For the very short term, a bounce was expected for this session. The bounce is higher than expected, but it remains below the Elliott wave invalidation point.
Some downwards movement at the end of the session fits expectations from the Elliott wave counts.
Upwards movement remains below the invalidation point and price remains within the base channel. The next target at the 0.618 Fibonacci ratio is now used.
A little upwards movement remains below the invalidation point. A new short-term Elliott wave count is considered.