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New Zealand Dollar/U.S.Dollar (NZDUSD) Day Chart Elliott Wave Technical Analysis 12 January 24

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NZDUSD Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge Day  Chart, 12 January 24

New Zealand Dollar/U.S.Dollar (NZDUSD) Day Chart

NZDUSD Elliott Wave Technical Analysis

Function: Trend

Mode: Corrective as wave 4  

Structure: likely Zigzag

Position: Red wave 3

Direction Next Higher Degrees:Blue wave 5 of 1

Details; blue wave 4 of black wave 1 is in play , after that 5 of 1 will start . Wave Cancel invalid level: 0.60553

The "NZDUSD Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge Day Chart" for 12 January 24, delves into the intricacies of the New Zealand Dollar/U.S. Dollar (NZDUSD) currency pair, employing Elliott Wave analysis to provide insights into potential market movements. This analysis focuses on a daily timeframe, offering a comprehensive view of the market's structural dynamics.

The stated "Function" is identified as "Trend," indicating a concentration on understanding and evaluating the overarching trend in the market. This underlines the importance of situating ongoing price actions within the broader trend context, assisting traders in aligning their strategies with the prevailing market direction.

The specified "Mode" is characterized as "Corrective as wave 4," suggesting that the current market phase is corrective in nature within the broader Elliott Wave count. Corrective waves typically involve price movements against the prevailing trend, providing opportunities for traders to recalibrate their positions.

The primary "Structure" is described as a "likely Zigzag," indicating that the corrective wave (blue wave 4 of black wave 1) is expected to take on a zigzag pattern. Zigzags are common corrective structures characterized by three waves, labeled A, B, and C, and understanding this pattern aids in anticipating potential price movements.

The identified "Position" is labeled as "Red wave 3," indicating that the market is currently within the third impulsive wave of the larger Elliott Wave sequence. Impulsive waves represent strong directional moves in the market, and Red wave 3 is a key component of the broader wave count.

In terms of "Direction Next Higher Degrees," the analysis points to the anticipated "Blue wave 5 of 1." This signifies that, following the completion of the ongoing corrective phase (blue wave 4 of black wave 1), the subsequent impulsive wave, labeled Blue wave 5 of 1, is expected. Knowing the projected direction of the next wave is critical for traders.

The "Details" section highlights that "blue wave 4 of black wave 1" is currently in play, indicating the ongoing corrective structure. Following the completion of this corrective wave, the analysis anticipates the commencement of "5 of 1," marking the initiation of the next impulsive move.

The "Wave Cancel invalid level" is identified as "0.60553." This level serves as a crucial reference point, and breaching it would invalidate the current wave count, prompting traders to reassess their analysis.

In summary, the NZDUSD Elliott Wave Analysis for the daily chart on 12 January 24, suggests that the market is currently in a corrective phase (blue wave 4 of black wave 1), expected to take the form of a zigzag pattern. The completion of this correction is anticipated to be followed by the onset of the next impulsive move (Blue wave 5 of 1). Traders are advised to monitor the progression of the corrective wave and consider the invalidation level at 0.60553.

Technical Analyst : Malik Awais





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