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    • Pepsico Inc., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis Pepsico Inc.,(PEP:NASDAQ): Daily Chart,September 26 2022,  PEPStock Market Analysis:It has moved as predicted from the last forecast. However as I cannot see five waves from the last move to the upside, I have reasons to believe we will get another corrective leg. PEP Elliott Wave count:  {b} of 2. PEPTrading Strategy:Looking for short off the end of wave (c) of {b}. PEPTechnical Indicators:200EMA acting as support. TradingLounge Analyst: Alessio Barretta Source: Tradinglounge.com Get Trial Here!       Pepsico Inc.,PEP: 4-hour Chart,September 26 2022 Pepsico Inc.,Elliott Wave Technical Analysis PEP Stock Market Analysis: Looking for wave (c) to reach the point of control up where wave (b) of {a} is. PEPElliott Wave count: (b) of {b} PEP Technical Indicators:The EMAs are crossing, which is often times a sign of reversal. PEPTrading Strategy: Looking for a short term long to trade wave (c) of {b}.
    • For more up to date news on how markets will open, the latest earnings and economic news, watch IGTV live in the platform at 07:30am UK. Today’s coverage:   Indices: Europe expected to open mixed after the Dax and CAC hit a new low for the year on Friday. FTSE100 up as weak GBP benefits exporters. Asia down overnight FX: GBP in the mire, record low (since decimalisation) vs USD but down across the board Equities: none to speak of today as it’s all about the sell-off and GBP etc Commods: Gold lowest since April 2020 (at a record high vs GBP). Oil near low for the year. Lumber 28mth lows      
    • Commodity Futures Market Summary: Elliott Wave Trading Strategies; US Gov Bonds 10 Yr Yields, US Dollar Index DXY, US Spot Gold, GDX, Silver, Copper, XLE Energy ETF, Crude Oil and Natural Gas Market Summary: Stronger Dollar index weaker FX pairs and commodities. Shorting Gold stocks seems one of the better moves. Expect all metals and energy markets lower  Video Chapters 00:00 US Gov Bonds 10 Yr Yields 08:04 US Dollar Index DXY  13:58 GDX ETF /  US Spot Gold 15:44 US Spot Silver 17:20 US Copper / Lithium / Uranium / Nickel 25:20 Crude Oil. Sector XLE / XOM 34:42 Natural Gas 48:44 Thanks for supporting! Analyst Peter Mathers TradingLounge™ Australian Financial Services Licence - AFSL 317817 Source: tradinglounge com    
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