ASX: ASX LIMITED - ASX Elliott Elliott Wave Technical Analysis TradingLounge (1D Chart)

Greetings, Our Elliott Wave analysis today updates the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) with ASX LIMITED - ASX. We observe that ASX LIMITED is approaching the end of wave 2-grey, but needs more evidence on price action for confirmation, also allowing wave 3-grey to be opened to push higher thereafter.

ASX: ASX Elliott Wave technical analysis  

Function: Major (Minor degree, grey).

Mode: Motive.

Structure: Impulse.

Position: Wave (c)-orange of Wave ((y))-navy of Wave 2-grey.

Details: The short-term outlook indicates that the price has continued to decline longer than expected, with wave 2-grey retracing quite deeply. Essentially, it may continue this action. However, a drop below 53.98 will call for a reassessment of the situation.

Invalidation point: 53.98.

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ASX: ASX four-hour chart analysis

Function: Major (Minor degree, grey).

Mode: Corrective.

Structure: Double Zigzag.

Position: Wave (c)-orange of Wave ((y))-navy of Wave 2-grey.

Details: The short-term outlook shows that wave (c)-orange is about to complete, and at the same time it will also complete wave 2-grey, allowing wave 3-grey to open to push higher. The important thing is that the price needs to rise above 59.39, which is also the first step to renew the long-term bullish view with wave 3-grey.

Invalidation point: 64.32.

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Conclusion 

Our analysis, forecast of contextual trends, and short-term outlook for ASX: ASX LIMITED - ASX aim to provide readers with insights into the current market trends and how to capitalize on them effectively. We offer specific price points that act as validation or invalidation signals for our wave count, enhancing the confidence in our perspective. By combining these factors, we strive to offer readers the most objective and professional perspective on market trends.

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