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Australian Dollar / Japanese Yen(AUDJPY) Day Chart Elliott Wave Technical Analysis 4 December 23


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AUDJPY Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge Day  Chart,4 December 23

Australian Dollar / Japanese Yen(AUDJPY) Day Chart

AUDJPY Elliott Wave Technical Analysis

Function: Counter Trend

Mode: Corrective  

Structure: C of Z

Position:  Black wave B

Direction Next Lower Degrees: Black wave C

Details: wace C of Z is in play ,after that black wave C expected  

The "AUDJPY Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge Day Chart" for 4 December 23, focuses on the Australian Dollar/Japanese Yen (AUDJPY) currency pair within a daily timeframe, employing Elliott Wave principles for technical analysis.

The primary identified "Function" is "Counter Trend," indicating an emphasis on understanding and navigating potential corrective movements in the market. This suggests an acknowledgment of a temporary deviation from the prevailing trend, providing insights for traders looking to capitalize on corrective waves.

The specified "Mode" is "Corrective," suggesting that the market is currently exhibiting characteristics of a corrective wave. Corrective waves often involve price retracements or sideways movements, presenting opportunities for traders to anticipate potential trend resumptions.

The primary "Structure" under analysis is "C of Z," implying a corrective sub-wave within the larger Z wave of the Elliott Wave structure. This signals a detailed examination of the ongoing correction and its potential implications for the broader trend.

The designated "Position" is "Black wave B," indicating the specific wave position within the larger degree of the correction. This suggests a granular analysis of the sub-wave within the broader corrective structure.

The directional guidance for "Next Lower Degrees" is "Black wave C," suggesting an anticipation of the next downward wave within the larger corrective structure after the completion of the current wave (C of Z).

Regarding "Details," the analysis notes that "wave C of Z is in play," indicating that the current correction is unfolding as a C wave within the larger Z wave. This provides traders with insights into the specific structure of the ongoing correction.

In conclusion, the AUDJPY Elliott Wave Analysis on the daily chart for 4 December 23, suggests that the market is currently undergoing a corrective phase (C of Z), with a focus on the specific wave position (Black wave B) within this larger corrective structure. Traders are provided with directional guidance for the expected next wave (Black wave C) and key insights into the structure of the ongoing correction.

Technical Analyst : Malik Awais

 

 

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