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CSX Corp.(CSX:NASDAQ) Elliott Wave Technical Analysis September 16 2022


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CSX Corp., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis

CSX Corp.,(CSX:NASDAQ): Daily Chart, September 16 2022
CSXStock Market Analysis:Looking for an overall continuation lower, with a potential top in place for wave B.

CSX Elliott Wave count:  {iii} of C.
CSXTrading Strategy:Start building shorts with a stop below wave B.

CSXTechnical Indicators:We are below all averages which support the bearish scenario.

TradingLounge Analyst: Alessio Barretta

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CSX Corp.,HON: 4-hour Chart, September 16 2022

CSX Corp.,Elliott Wave Technical Analysis
CSX Stock Market Analysis: Looking for further downside to unfold fairly quickly. If we are in wave (iii) of {iii} then we should see a quick move down.

CSXElliott Wave count:  (iii) of {iii}.

CSX Technical Indicators: Below all averages as well as we already went past the volume point of control.

CSXTrading Strategy: Slowly building shorts, an aggressive stop would be below wave {ii}.

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