ASX 200 (^AXJO) Technical Analysis Elliott Wave Trading

S&P/ASX 200 Index (^AXJO) Technical Analysis Elliott Wave Forecast. 

ASX 200 Index Overview: Bullish corrective pattern Wave (4).
ASX200 Elliott Wave (c) of b) of Y of (4).
Trading Levels: Currently in Minor Group 1 7300|7200|7100.
ASX200 Trading Strategy: Neutral.

Copper Elliott Wave Triangle for Wave B.
Crude Oil to $80 the corrective pattern.
Natural Gas Elliott Wave 4 Expanded Flat.
Iron Ore finding support 650 low in place.
US Spot Gold Elliott Wave has broken support, but still in the larger Elliott wave triangle pattern, move lower 1700 - 1720.

Australian Stocks:
Finance and Bank: Neutral.
BHP RIO FMG trading long off thelows.
STO OSH WPL, prepare for corrective pullback.

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