GBP USD made new high after Double Three correction

Hello fellow traders. In this technical blog we’re going to take a quick look at the past Elliott Wave chart of GBP USD . In further text we’re going to take a look at the structures,count the swings and explain the reasons why we called for the extension to the upside.

GBP USD Elliott Wave 4 Hour Chart 4.29.2017

As we can see on the chart below, rally from the 03/14 low is showing incomplete structure.  GBP USD is currently showing 9 swings from the mentioned low, suggesting we should get another leg up,  once short term ((b)) pull back complete. With proposed scenario we will get clear 11 swings structure. Although the pair has already reached the extreme area from the 03/14  low at 1.284-1.3801, we knew that extension is possible not only because of incomplete structure in GBP USD, but also because of incomplete bearish swing structure we have had in USDX from the 12/15 peak, calling for more weakness. As GBP USD is inversely correlated with Dollar index, we expect GBP USD to ideally stay supported until USDX reaches extremes in the mentioned cycle.

GBP USD 4 Hour Elliott Wave Analysis 29 April 2017

Now let’s take a look at the short term structure that has been unfolding during the next few days.

GBP USD Elliott Wave 1 Hour Chart 5.4.2017

GBPUSD 1 Hour Elliott Wave Analysis 5.4.2017

We got nice pull back in wave ((b)) as expected. Short term structure suggests ((b)) pull back is still in progress as Double three (w)(x)(y) structure.It should ideally make another push down and reach 1.2842-1.2817 area, before intraday buyers appear for another leg up.

Shortly after, GBPUSD reached 1.2842-1.2817 area as expected. It found buyers there as expected, make nice rally and eventually it broke above 04/28 peak , which is labeled on the chat as wave ((a)) .
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