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Soybeans Commodity Elliott Wave Technical Analysis

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Soybeans Elliott Wave Analysis
Function - Trend 
Mode - Impulse 
Structure - Impulse for wave (3)
Position - Wave 1 of (3)
Direction - Wave 1 of (3) is still in play
Details - Wave 1 extends lower. No signs of a bullish correction yet. Still anticipating wave 2 to begin but first confirmation is expected above 1133’6.

Since late May 2024, Soybean prices have declined by over 12%, resuming the long-term sell-off that began in June 2022. The price has retraced completely from the recovery phase between late February and May 2024, after breaking below 1129. This breakdown suggests that Soybean prices will likely continue to fall in the coming weeks. However, a rebound may occur soon to correct the current decline from May.
On the daily chart, the price is following an A-B-C (circled) pattern in the primary degree. Wave A started in June 2022 at 1785 and ended with a diagonal at 1249 in October 2023. Wave B then followed, finishing at 1398 in November 2023, marking the beginning of the current wave C. Since November 2023, Wave C has been developing into an impulse wave. Wave (1) of C was completed at 1129 in late February 2024, followed by a corrective bounce for wave (2) that reached 1258 in May 2024. From the May 2024 high, wave (3) has been unfolding and could extend to the 891-829 range. Currently, the price is nearing the completion of wave 1 of (3), and a pullback for wave 2 is expected to begin soon.
On the H4 chart, wave 1 is finishing an impulse wave structure, though no reversal signs are present yet. The fifth sub-wave of wave 1 is also completing an impulse, indicating that wave 1 is close to completion. A corrective bounce for wave 2 is anticipated to emerge, especially if there is a bullish reaction above 1133. After wave 2 concludes, the dominant bearish trend is expected to resume with wave 3 of (3).

Technical Analyst : Sanmi Adeagbo
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