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AMZN Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge Daily Chart, 19 March 24

Amazon.com Inc., (AMZN) Daily Chart

AMZN Elliott Wave Technical Analysis


MODE: Impulsive


POSITION: Intermediate wave (5).

DIRECTION: Wave 1 of (5).  

DETAILS: As we are approaching ATH we are considering the move from the 80$ bottom to be part of wave (5). In the most bearish of scenarios you could argue this is not wave 1 of (5), but wave (5).






AMZN Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge 4Hr Chart, 19 March 24

Amazon.com Inc., (AMZN) 4Hr Chart

AMZN Elliott Wave Technical Analysis


MODE: Impulsive


POSITION: Minor wave 1.  

DIRECTION: Minute wave {v} of 1.  

DETAILS: Looking for continuation lower into wave (iv) as we seem to be needing further downside. Looking for support around 38.2% fib retracement to then target TL2 at 200$.  

Welcome to our AMZN Elliott Wave Analysis Trading Lounge, where we provide comprehensive insights into Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) using Elliott Wave Technical Analysis. Let's delve into the market dynamics as of the Daily Chart on 19th March 24.



* AMZN Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – Daily Chart*

Our analysis reveals a trending function characterized by impulsive mode and motive structure, positioned in Intermediate wave (5). The direction indicates Wave 1 of (5) as we near the all-time high (ATH). While some argue this could be wave (5) in the most bearish scenarios, we consider it as part of wave (5) from the $80 bottom.

* AMZN Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 4Hr Chart*

Here, we also identify a trending function marked by impulsive mode and motive structure, positioned in Minor wave 1. The direction suggests Minute wave {v} of 1. We anticipate a continuation lower into wave (iv), indicating a need for further downside. Our analysis targets support around the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level, with TL2 at $200 as the next target.


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