Elliott Wave Analysis On German DAX And SP500Stock-Markets / Stock Markets 2016 Feb 25, 2016 - 08:19 PM GMT
Bounce on DAX to 9400 today looks like a clear three wave move, so it can be wave b as part of incomplete corrective set-back. That said, we need to be aware of another leg down, ideally into gap area since Feb 15 where index may turn bullish again after the gap is filled. At the moment it can be too soon for any bullish continuation, but we will look for reversal signs for sure, once our support levels are meet.
German DAX, 1H
E-mini S&P500 is turning slightly down from 1936 so looks like that another leg down is in play for 1919 or even 1910 before futures contract may finally find a support and turn up for new impulsive recovery. We will look higher once a-b-c is completed.
S&P500, 15 Min
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