A small range inside day sees the Elliott wave count remain the same. At the end of this week, classic analysis now supports the Elliott wave count.
Upwards movement continues towards the target.
A sideways consolidation was expected to begin after the session for the 4th of January closed. The following three sessions thereafter have all moved sideways, which exactly meets expectations.
Elliott wave analysis is used to determine when a corrective structure may be complete.
Upwards movement has continued as expected. The Elliott wave targets remain the same.
A strong bounce invalidated the short-term hourly chart of one Elliott wave count, which increased the confidence in another Elliott wave count.
Sideways movement was expected to continue. A small range downwards day remains between identified support and resistance. This fits expectations.
Price continues to move sideways all week, which is what the preferred Elliott wave count expected.
The breakout is still expected to be in the same direction, and this has support from volume analysis.
Gold remains within a small range of uncertainty, but GDX analysis at this time looks clearer.
With resistance holding as expected for GDX, some confidence in the trend and the target may still be had.
An inside day for Monday sees price remain above the invalidation point on the hourly Elliott wave count.
A new alternate idea for the very short term is presented today.
Downwards movement has continued. Price is now within the target zone.
Two short term hourly Elliott wave counts outline two possibilities for the next 24 hours.
Volume analysis supports the Elliott wave analysis at this stage.
A higher high and a higher low fits the definition of upwards movement, which is what the main Elliott wave count expected.