Sideways movement continues. The breakout is expected this week.
Both Elliott wave counts at the end of last week expected upwards movement. The first target at 1,543 was met and exceeded by $9.65 before price reversed.
Price remains below resistance and above support. This week the trend reaches extreme and conditions are overbought. All three Elliott wave counts remain the same.
Price remains range bound. The short-term structure on the hourly chart now suggests the most likely breakout direction.
For the very short term, a deep bounce was expected, which is what has happened.
Price remains below the invalidation point.
Another very small range day fits the short-term expectation for the main Elliott wave count for price to move very slightly higher.
A strong bounce at the end of the week creates a candlestick pattern on the daily chart that has support from volume. The short-term expectation is adjusted, but the mid and long-term Elliott wave targets remain the same as does the channel on the daily chart.
A bounce was expected to end at resistance yesterday, and thereafter downwards movement was expected. Members were advised to enter short. A strong downwards day should see members with profits.
The flag pattern may continue, and the target calculated remains the same. Price remains below the invalidation point on the daily Elliott wave chart.
Price has again moved sideways, which overall fits the expectations for the Elliott wave count.
Two targets are provided: one using Elliott wave and the other a classic analysis target using the last gap.
Sideways movement for this week has continued exactly as expected from the Elliott wave count and classic technical analysis. The short-term structure is analysed this week to determine if the correction may be complete or not.