A small range week leaves all Elliott wave counts valid. The target on the preferred Elliott wave count remains the same.
A little more downwards movement has unfolded as expected.
Sideways movement was expected for Tuesday’s session. A small inside day completes as a doji candlestick, which exactly fits expectations.
Volume analysis still favours the first Elliott wave count.
On Balance Volume is watched carefully this week. It may signal which Elliott wave count is most likely.
Sideways movement has continued this week. Volume may indicate the most likely breakout direction from the consolidation.
On Balance Volume may give a signal next week.
A bounce for GDX and sideways movement for Gold were expected. So far both GDX and Gold are meeting expectations.
Upwards or sideways movement was again expected for both Gold and GDX. A small doji candlestick that moved price slightly higher on both fits this expectation.
Upwards movement was expected for the main daily Elliott wave count, which today has some support from volume analysis.
A little more downwards movement for Friday was not expected. Price still remains well within the allowable range for this small consolidation, for which there are still multiple Elliott wave structures.
Another upwards day fits expectations, but the technicals are a concern for the very short term.
Upwards movement continues as expected.