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Australian Dollar / Japanese Yen(AUDJPY) Day Chart Elliott Wave Technical Analysis 31 January 24

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AUDJPY Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge Day Chart,31 January 24

Australian Dollar / Japanese Yen(AUDJPY) Day Chart

AUDJPY Elliott Wave Technical Analysis

FUNCTION: Counter Trend

MODE: impulsive

STRUCTURE : Blue wave 3 of C

POSITION:  Red wave B


DETAILS :blue wave 2 looking completed  .Now blue wave 3 of wave C is in play . Wave Cancel invalid level: 97.938

The "AUDJPY Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge Day Chart" dated 31 January 24, provides a detailed analysis of the Australian Dollar/Japanese Yen (AUDJPY) currency pair, focusing on the daily chart and employing Elliott Wave Technical Analysis.

The identified "FUNCTION" is "Counter Trend," indicating that the analysis is centered around identifying potential movements against the prevailing trend. This suggests a focus on counter trend trading opportunities.

The "MODE" is specified as "Impulsive," signaling an expectation of strong, directional price movements. Impulsive waves often indicate a decisive and rapid price action in the direction of the prevailing trend.

The "STRUCTURE" is labeled as "Blue wave 3 of C," outlining the current wave count within the Elliott Wave framework. This indicates that the analysis is zooming into a specific degree of wave counts within the corrective structure labeled as "C."

The "POSITION" is defined as "Red wave B," suggesting the current position within the broader wave count. This likely implies that the impulsive movement identified is part of a larger corrective structure labeled as "B."

Regarding "DIRECTION NEXT HIGHER DEGREES," the analysis points to "blue wave 4 of C," anticipating the movement in the next higher degree of wave count. This suggests an expected correction following the completion of the current impulsive wave.

In terms of "DETAILS," it mentions that "blue wave 2 looking completed." This indicates the completion of a corrective wave (wave 2) and the initiation of a new impulsive movement, specifically "blue wave 3 of wave C."

The "Wave Cancel invalid level" is specified as "97.938." This serves as a crucial reference point, and a breach of this level could potentially invalidate the current wave count, signaling a shift in the anticipated market movements.

In summary, the AUDJPY Elliott Wave Analysis for the daily chart on 31 January 24, suggests an ongoing impulsive movement (blue wave 3 of C) following the completion of a corrective wave (blue wave 2). Traders are advised to closely monitor the market, particularly the invalidation level at 97.938.

Technical Analyst : Malik Awais





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