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Elliott Wave Webinar: Dow Jones, EURUSD and AUDUSD At Risk of Correction

Elliott Wave Webinar: Dow Jones, EURUSD and AUDUSD At Risk of Correction

2018-03-05 19:07:00
Jeremy Wagner, CEWA-M, Head of Education
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The Elliott Wave analysis for Dow Jones Industrial Average, EURUSD and AUDUSD shows increased probability that a deeper correction may be unfolding from nearby levels.

The video above is a recording of a US Opening Bell webinar from March 5, 2018.

Elliott Wave Analysis for Dow Jones Industrial Average

Dow Jones Industrial Average has held below 26,016 since the early February sell off. According to Elliott Wave Theory, this leaves DJIA exposed to a deeper correction down to 20,000.

Dow Jones Industrial Average Elliott Wave Chart.

We may see a mild bounce but we anticipate this bounce to be a partial retracement and continue to hold below 26,016. A move above 25,500 will generate some early warning signals that the Elliott Wave labelling on the chart below is off, though the bearish outlook continues so long as we are below 26,016.

Bottom online, the Elliott Wave analysis shows bearish impulse waves building and that keeps the focus towards lower levels.

Dow Jones Industrial Average Elliott Wave chart intraday.

Could a Multi-Month Top be in Place for EURUSD?

We have been suggesting since early January 2018 that a three year expanded flat pattern is ending and that a multi-month high hangs around the corner. After a couple of false starts, we are seeing evidence mount that the high is in place.

First, the high on February 15 occurred just pips within a cluster of price zones where three ending waves meet a 10-year trend line.

Secondly, we can count a clean impulse wave from February 9 to February 15 so the structure has the necessary waves in place to account for a top. The subsequent reversal has morphed into a bearish impulsive wave.

Lastly, EURUSD has broken below the February 9 low of 1.2206. That price break at this point in the Elliott Wave pattern provides a clue that the higher probability pattern is that a multi-month top in EURUSD is in place.

EURUSD Elliott Wave chart for March 5 2018.

EURUSD Sentiment Analysis

Last week, EURUSD sentiment came very close to flipping for the first time since April. Over the past week, EURUSD sentiment has ground lower and that is hinting at a bump higher on EURUSD price. If the sentiment reading begins to increase closer to zero and even if it flips to positive, that would be a bearish signal.

The current live sentiment reading for EURUSD is -1.7.

Adjusting Risk on AUDUSD Pick

Our analyst pick for February was to short AUDUSD on a break down as we anticipated a fall below 76 cents. At that time, we were seeing evidence of a bearish impulse wave.

We successfully entered short at .7891 and with the trade comfortably in our favor, we wish to tighten the risk on the trade to just a couple of pips above the February 26 high. Therefore, we are moving our risk and stop loss on the trade to .7895.

If AUDUSD does bounce above the red resistance line currently crossing near .7795, then it will be an early warning signal that more gains may be on the horizon.

Elliott Wave chart for AUDUSD intraday on March 5 2018.

Elliott Wave Theory FAQs

It seems as though Elliott Wave principle is subjective.

So long as the rules of Elliott Wave Theory are not broken, then the analysis is valid. The reason many traders consider Elliott Wave principle to be subjective is a result of forecasting error. Even I make forecasting mistakes and it happens to everyone as we are assessing a live market environment. One key for budding Elliott Wave technicians is to learn the main patterns and then minimize those errors by following the larger trend. We discuss this and other expert tips in our beginners and advanced trading guides.

After reviewing the guides above, be sure to follow future Elliott Wave articles to see Elliott Wave Theory in action.

I hear that many traders struggle with profitability, why?

Regardless of the style of analysis, many traders do lose money because they do not take the time to study the market and the effect of leverage. At DailyFX, we have studied millions of live trades and boiled our study down into a Traits of Successful Traders guide. You will find how leverage and human nature affects our trading so you can be better prepared for the next correction.

Elliott Wave Theory can be applied to a variety of highly liquid markets. FX is one of my favorite markets to apply the Elliott Wave principle. Learn more about trading FX with this guide specifically designed for you.

---Written by Jeremy Wagner, CEWA-M

Jeremy Wagner is a Certified Elliott Wave Analyst with a Master’s designation. Jeremy provides Elliott Wave analysis on key markets as well as Elliott Wave educational resources. Read more of Jeremy’s Elliott Wave reports via his bio page.

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