18/06 – EURAUD bullishness on the cards

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What’s up with the EURAUD?

My previous EURAUD idea suggested that a turn maybe near and the 1.4570/4370 area was seen as a buy zone.

Uptrend should resume soon by traderWgun on TradingView.com

The pair reached the lower end of the buy zone and drifted a bit lower on the 12th of June, craving a potential bottom at 1.43583.
Since then the EURAUD has risen to 1.4520 and could soar much higher in the upcoming weeks and months.

The idea shown above suggested a corrective A-B-C decline, which is looking a bit unlikely at the moment.
The market has declined in five overlapping waves, which looks a lot like a diagonal.
In ElliottWave principle, a diagonal can’t be a correction itself, but it can be a part of a correction.
If we look at what preceded the diagonal, we see a 3-3 formation.
Three wave down followed by three waves up could be a flat, a complex correction or a triangle.
The move that followed invalided the triangle idea, but we still have two possibilities: flat or complex correction.

The mathematical relationships between the waves makes the idea of a complex correction the more unlikely one,
but I will include it lower in the post under “Alternative counts”.

That leaves the flat idea as the last one standing and the most likely one.

4hwithfibThe decline extended to 2.618% level and stopped just below the 61.8 retracement of wave (3).




The pair is showing divergence on several indicators.


divergenceEURADUweekly divergenceEURADU1



Correlated markets

It looks like AUDUSD is close to completing wave B.

Two views for the confused by traderWgun on TradingView.com

And it’s close to completing five waves down on the hourly chart


EURNZD is also getting close to completing a zigzag



Alternative counts


This one suggests that wave A was a complex correction and that wave C is unfolding in an impulsive manner. 


This one suggests that wave A was a leading diagonal and that we should see a corrective wave B towards 1.50 level before more downside to complete wave C.

Now we wait

If a bottom is indeed in place, we should wait for a corrective pullback.
On the hourly chart is still looks like we should see more upside before a correction can take place.



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