Price remains within the trend lines of a triangle. All three Elliott wave counts remain valid.
Again, downwards movement fits the main Elliott wave count best. Also, at the end of the week, volume supports the main Elliott wave count.
All three Elliott wave counts remain valid
A small range day continues a small consolidation pattern. The breakout is still expected in the same direction.
Price continues sideways. Targets remain the same.
A little more upwards movement fits the bullish wave count better, but both Elliott wave counts remain valid. Support has held.
A small range day remains within the trend lines of the pennant pattern. The target remains the same. The breakout is expected within the next one to two sessions.
Today Gold may be in the process of a classic upwards breakout from a multi-year consolidation. If this session closes above 1,374.91 (the July 2016 high) on an upwards day with support from volume, then have confidence in the breakout.
Today I have three Elliott wave counts, all of which are bullish.
Price continues to move sideways. The short-term structure fits the main hourly Elliott wave count best.
The bounce was expected to continue for Tuesday’s session, which is what has happened.
This analysis overall expects a downwards trend, which is how the new trading week has begun.
A bounce on Friday remains below the short-term invalidation point for the hourly Elliott wave count. The mid and long-term targets remain the same.
The preferred Elliott wave count expected price to continue lower, which is exactly what has happened. A channel was used on the hourly chart to indicate where bounces may find resistance, and this has almost perfectly shown where the high for the session ended before price turned to move strongly lower.