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New Zealand Dollar/U.S.Dollar (NZDUSD) Day Chart Elliott Wave Technical Analysis 25 January 24


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$NZDUSD Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge Day  Chart, 25 January 24

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

NZDUSD Elliott Wave Technical Analysis

Function: Trend

Mode: impulsive

Structure: blue wave 5 of 1

Position: Red wave 3

Direction Next Lower Degrees:black wave 2

Details; blue wave 4 of black wave 1 looking completed at 0.60622 , now blue wave 5 of 1 is in play . Wave Cancel invalid level: 0.60053

The "NZDUSD Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge Day Chart" for 25 January 24, provides a comprehensive analysis of the New Zealand Dollar/U.S. Dollar (NZDUSD) currency pair using Elliott Wave theory, a prominent technical analysis tool.

The specified "Function" is to identify the prevailing "Trend." The emphasis on trend analysis aligns with the goal of traders to understand and capitalize on the dominant market direction.

The identified "Mode" is "Impulsive," signaling a market characterized by decisive and forceful movements. In Elliott Wave theory, impulsive waves typically consist of five subwaves (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), indicating strong directional momentum.

The analyzed "Structure" focuses on "blue wave 5 of 1," delving into the detailed subwave patterns within the broader context of black wave 1. This nuanced approach allows for a more granular understanding of the ongoing trend.

The "Position" is described as "Red wave 3," signifying the current phase within the Elliott Wave count. blue wave 5 of 1 is a subwave within the larger structure of Red wave 3.

The "Direction Next Lower Degrees" points to "black wave 2," suggesting that the analysis considers the broader context beyond the current wave. Understanding the potential retracement levels is crucial for traders anticipating corrective movements.

In the "Details" section, the analysis highlights that "blue wave 4 of black wave 1" is seemingly completed at 0.60622. This indicates the conclusion of a corrective phase within the larger structure. The narrative goes on to mention that "blue wave 5 of 1 is in play," suggesting the initiation of the next impulsive phase.

The "Wave Cancel invalid level" is specified as "0.60053." This level serves as a critical reference point, suggesting that a breach of this level could invalidate the current wave count. Traders typically use such invalidation levels to assess the accuracy of their analyses and to adapt to potential changes in market dynamics.

In summary, the NZDUSD Elliott Wave Analysis for the Day Chart on 25 January 24, indicates an impulsive trend with the completion of a corrective phase (wave 4) and the initiation of the impulsive phase of blue wave 5 of 1. Traders are advised to monitor the market closely, with a keen focus on the invalidation level at 0.60053.

Technical Analyst : Malik Awais

 

 

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