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British Pound/U.S.Dollar (GBPUSD) 4 Hour Chart Elliott Wave Technical Analysis 21 November 23

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GBPUSD Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge 4 Hour  Chart, 21 November 23

British Pound/U.S.Dollar (GBPUSD) 4 Hour Chart

GBPUSD Elliott Wave Technical Analysis

Function:Counter Trend

Mode: impulsive

Structure: Blue wave Y of X

Position:   2/B

Direction;Next Lower  Degrees: Black wave Y

Details:red wave C of Y of black wave X is in play and likely to end between fib level 50.00 to 61.80. Wave Cancel invalid level: 1.23733

The "GBPUSD Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge 4 Hour Chart" dated 21 November 23, provides a comprehensive examination of the British Pound/U.S. Dollar (GBPUSD) currency pair using Elliott Wave theory. The analysis is geared toward assisting traders in understanding potential price movements within the short to medium-term timeframe.

The identified "Function" is categorized as "Counter Trend," indicating that the primary focus is on identifying potential reversals or corrective movements within the broader trend. The market is recognized as being in an "Impulsive" mode, suggesting a period of sustained and directional price movements.

The specific "Structure" under consideration is denoted as "Blue wave Y of X." This signifies the analysis of a particular segment within the broader Elliott Wave sequence, focusing on the Y wave within the larger X wave.

The "Position" is clarified as "2/B," suggesting that the analysis is centered on the second wave of a broader corrective structure, providing insight into potential reversal or correction patterns.

Regarding the "Direction Next Lower Degrees," the analysis points to "Black wave Y." This indicates an expectation of a downward movement at a lower degree within the broader Elliott Wave structure, potentially signaling a continuation of the ongoing corrective phase.

In terms of "Details," the report notes that "red wave C of Y of black wave X is in play and likely to end between Fibonacci levels 50.00 to 61.80." This implies a focused analysis on the current impulsive wave within the broader corrective structure, with an expectation of completion within the specified Fibonacci retracement levels.

The "Wave Cancel invalid level" is set at 1.23733, serving as a critical reference point. A breach of this level could challenge the current wave count, prompting traders to reassess their analysis and trading strategies.

In summary, the GBPUSD Elliott Wave Analysis on the 4-hour chart indicates an impulsive movement within a larger corrective structure. Traders are advised to focus on the completion of the current impulsive wave, with the specified invalidation level providing a crucial reference for assessing the validity of the current wave count.




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