Ishares Russell ETF, IWM Elliott Wave Analysis shows bullish bias

Hello traders. Welcome to another blog post where we discuss the application of the Elliott wave theory to trade different financial assets. In today’s post, we will discuss the IWM Elliott wave analysis.

The ETF reached an all-time high in November 2021 at 244.46, completing a bullish cycle. Afterward, it plummeted to 162.78 in June 2022 as part of the bearish corrective phase. We shared the chart below with members of ElliottWave-Forecast on the weekend of 9th June 2024.

IWM Elliott Wave Analysis – Weekly Chart. 06.09.2024

The weekly chart above shows the expected corrective phase – wave II. Wave II completed the first leg – wave a in June 2022 and is now on a multi-month rebound for the second leg – wave b. Meanwhile, the price is precisely moving upwards in wave (3) of ((C)) of b. We continued to share weekend charts with members, indicating that the preferred path was upward and we didn’t recommend selling. Thus, buying the pullback was ideal to align with the overriding trend.

IWM Elliott Wave Analysis – H4 Chart. 06.10.2024

IWM Elliott Wave Analysis

On 10th June 2024, we shared the chart above with members. We identified the end of wave 1 of (3) discussed above in the weekly chart. The corresponding pullback for wave 2 was completing a double zigzag Elliott Wave structure. Besides the structure, we also identified the reversal zone at 199.02-193.10. We expected wave 3 to begin from this zone, offering ample opportunity for buyers.

IWM Elliott Wave Analysis – H4 Chart. 06.12.2024

IWM Elliott Wave Analysis

On 10th June 2024, the price hit a little below 199.02 and surged as expected. We shared the H4 chart above with members on 12th June to show wave 3 of (3) had begun. At the first surge, traders hit their first target, closed half of their positions, and adjusted the remaining half to almost break even. Thus, it’s a risk-free trade with the potential for even more profit.