In this technical blog, we are going to take a look at the past performance of USDSGD, 1-Hour Elliott wave Charts that we presented to our members. In which, the cycle from 2018 lows showed a higher high sequence in an impulse structure in higher time frame charts called for more upside to take place. Therefore, our members knew that buying the dips in 3, 7 or 11 swings looking for more upside. We will explain the Elliott wave structure & buying opportunity our members took below:
USDSGD 1 Hour Elliott Wave Chart
USDSGD 1 Hour Elliott Wave Chart from 9/15/2019 Weekend update, in which pair made 3 wave pullback in wave (4). The internals of that pullback unfolded as a zigzag structure where wave A ended at $1.3817 low. Wave B bounce ended at 1.3857 high and wave C was expected to reach 100%-123.6% Fibonacci extension area of A-B at $1.3731-$1.3702 equal legs area. For a potential long side looking for more upside or for 3 wave reaction higher at least.
USDSGD Latest 1 Hour Elliott Wave Chart
Here’s USDSGD 1 Hour Latest Chart from Asia update, showing reaction higher taking place from blue box area at $1.3731-$1.3702. Allowing members to create a risk-free position shortly after taking the long position as pair already bounced to %50 Retracemnt area of a decline from red wave B peak i.e at $1.3785 level. Now as far as it remains above $1.3714 low pair is expected to resume the upside. However, a break above 9/03/2019 peak ( $1.3941) will remain to be seen to confirm the next extension higher.
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