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Visa Inc.(V:NYSE) Elliott Wave Technical Analysis 23 November 23

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Visa Inc., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis

Visa Inc., (V:NYSE): 4h Chart 23 November 23

V Stock Market Analysis:  We have been bullish n Visa for a while now, we have been finding support on 250$ and we are looking forward to continuing seeing it acting as support. If the count is correct we should expect the next upside target to be 280$.  

V Elliott Wave Count: Wave iii of (iii).

V Technical Indicators: Above all averages.

V Trading Strategy: Looking for longs into wave (iii).  

TradingLounge Analyst: Alessio Barretta







Visa Inc.,  V: 1-hour Chart 23 November 23

Visa Inc., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis V Stock Market Analysis: We are looking for upside into wave iii of (iii), therefore we should expect an acceleration higher. We are looking for 253$ to be supported and to then continue higher into Minor Group 2.  

V Elliott Wave count:  Wave 3 of iii. s

V Technical Indicators: Above all averages.

V Trading Strategy: Looking for longs if 253$ is tested support.




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