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Cintas Corp.(CTAS:NASDAQ) Elliott Wave Technical Analysis 6 July 23


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Cintas Corp., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis
Cintas Corp., (CTAS:NASDAQ): Daily Chart, 6 July 23
CTAS Stock Market Analysis: I changed the count to allow for further downside. The short term count is still intact. Looking for wave {v} not to exceed equality of wave {iii}, otherwise the leading diagonal is invalidated.
CTAS Elliott Wave Count: Wave {v} of 1.
CTAS Technical Indicators: Above all averages, 20EMA keeps supporting the trend.
CTAS Trading Strategy: Looking for another leg higher before a potential larger pullback.
TradingLounge Analyst: Alessio Barretta
 
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Cintas Corp., CTAS: 4-hour Chart, 6 July 23
Cintas Corp., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis
CTAS Stock Market Analysis: Looking for another move higher into wave v, with invalidation level at 478$.  
CTAS Elliott Wave count:  Wave iv of (v).
CTAS Technical Indicators: Above all averages
CTAS Trading Strategy: Looking for a longs into wave v.
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