Showing posts from April, 2015

USDINR (3-3-5) Elliott Wave analysis

The pair moved up till 63.30 levels in today’s trading session, but it is important to see how wave counts are clearly visible on Daily charts. From the lows of February 2015, prices moved in a 3 wave structure and completed wave a of wave (a), followed by wave b at 61.50 of wave (a) and then wave c at 63.00 levels where it completed wave (a). Then it came down in a corrective fashion (a-b-c), where it completed wave (b). Currently it is moving up crossing the level of 63.00 levels in a 5 wave structure in which it is probably moving in a last wave i.e wave v of wave (c). Termination of this last leg of wave (c) will change the trend from positive to negative and can slip back down in near term. The next leg on the down side can be corrective or impulsive. It is imminent that prices will reverse and can test the level of 62.30-62.50 levels in coming month or so.

Will Gold give a surprise move?

The recent demand pick up in Gold is undoubtedly due to escalating geopolitical concerns in Yemen. Gold which was trading near $1150 levels is now quoting above $1200 per ounce. The Fed meet last week stated that lift in interest rate will delay due to disappointing economic releases has actually helped Gold to gain strength as Dollar index tumbled till 96 levels. Yesterday Dollar index surged till 100 levels but there was no reversal seen in Gold, clearly indicating that the demand for safe haven still persists. As per wave analysis, the recent up move looks to be impulsive where it has completed wave i and wave ii. It is likely it will start its next leg which is wave iii soon pushing prices higher till $1240-1250 levels followed by wave iv on the downside and wave v which can test the level of $1280. An impulsive wave is very aggressive and completes one completes one larger degree at rapid pace. In short, the bias is positive for Gold and it is expected to test the le

German DAX heading for 13000? (Elliott Wave Forecasting)

European Markets are at their historic highs and can surge further in near term as well. Germany which is the largest economy of Euro zone is quoting at 12300 levels. The recent lift in European indices was due to ECB who started their massive stimulus package to uplift the economy from the clouds of deflation. As per Elliott Wave principle, prices are moving in a positive direction as a corrective pattern (a-b-c). Currently it is moving in a wave c pattern which is an impluse pattern. In an impluse pattern is more aggressive on either side and has five wave in it. Not so soon it has completed wave (iv) on the downside and it is moving higher in the form of wave (v) of wave c which can test 13000 mark. In short as far as the level of 11800 is protected on downside the bias for German DAX is positive with the possibility for the levels of 13000. DAX daily chart

DJIA expected to test 18200?

Dow Jones Industrial Average is quoting at 18000 levels after no clue given by FED as when to hike the interest rate. In the recent minutes released last week, many policymakers thinks that June is an appropriate month to lift the interest rate, but the inflation is a concern. The delay has actually helped the global markets to outperform. It is always better to be one step ahead of major turnings for investors and traders to catch the trend. Advance technical analysis such as Elliott Wave can probably help to identify the reversal. From the chart it is clear that prices are moving in a complex pattern and it is advisable to stick to the basics as well. The index is protecting its previous lows and crossing its previous pivot highs. In this case there is a possibility for prices to move in a sideways direction in a range of 17800-18200. It is likely that prices can test its previous high placed at 18200, as current up move is in the form of corrective pattern (a-b-c). The c wave can