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    • Texas Instruments Inc., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis Texas Instruments Inc., (TXN:NASDAQ): 4h Chart 8 December 23 TXN Stock Market Analysis: We have been looking for upside into wave (iii) with the previous update and we have successfully continued higher. We are now seeing resistance at the end of Minor Group 2 as we could enter a potential wave ii.   TXN Elliott Wave Count: Wave ii of (iii). TXN Technical Indicators: 200EMA as resistance TXN Trading Strategy: Looking for longs after a break and retest of 158$.   TradingLounge Analyst: Alessio Barretta Source : Tradinglounge.com get trial here!         Texas Instruments Inc., TXN: 1-hour Chart 8 December 23 Texas Instruments Inc., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis TXN Stock Market Analysis: We are looking for either a wave ii in place of wave a of ii completed. Looking for further upside into wave ii as long as 155 keeps holding as support and we break through the end of Minor Group 2.   TXN Elliott Wave count:  Wave ii of (iii) TXN Technical Indicators: Above all averages. TXN Trading Strategy: Looking for longs after a break and retest of 158$.    
    • Today is NFP, a lot of volatility is expected. Todays close (weekly close) will determine the short term future. Support stands at 2K.
    • There were some muted gains in Asia overnight, but the main mover was the Nikkei, which slumped another 1.7% as the yen continued to strengthen and Japanese GDP was revised down. Hints from the Bank of Japan this week have prompted a flight of short sellers from the yen on expectations that 2024 will finally see some policy tightening in Japan, just as other central banks contemplate cutting rates. Meanwhile, oil clawed back some losses as Russia and Saudi Arabia called on other OPEC+ members to adhere to the recently-agreed production cuts, but both Brent and WTI are still down heavily for the week. US non-farm payrolls are the main event of the day, with the focus on whether job growth is slowing or remaining resilient.  
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