Wednesday September 1, 2004 - 23:52:09 GMT
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Forex: Daily Forecast for the U.S. Dollar vs Swiss Franc 1st September 2004 Price: 1.2600
Resistance: 1.2605 ... 1.2635 ... 1.2660 ... 1.2690
Support....: 1.2575 ... 1.2555 ... 1.2535 ... 1.2500
Mixed - waiting for breaks
A further low was seen against expectations and the dip has confused the shorter wave count. Any bullish view today would require a break above 1.2605 initially and then 1.2633 which would generate further gains towards the 1.2690-00 area which should hold on the day of seen.
Any bearish stance today would require 1.2605 to hold and for a move below 1.2575 initially and then yesterday's 1.2555 low. If seen we would then expect the losses to 1.2485-00 at least but would look for this area to hold initially.
Elliott Wave Comments:
August 25th 2004
We have seen the Fibonacci retracement levels broken quite easily. While this does suggest the chance of the long term uptrend resuming we still keep the bearish daily cycles in mind and we are watching for an alternative corrective pattern from the 1.2857 peak. This would suggest a peak in the 1.2780-1.2810 area that we would label Wave -b- of a possible triangle. This would then imply losses reversing down to 1.2440-80 at least in Wave -c- followed by Waves -d- and -e- to complete the pattern in 2-3 weeks time. We shall continue to assess the wave structure over the coming days.
August 30th 2004
The rally continues and has come very close to the 1.2857 high. We now have to consider two possible scenarios. The first would call the current rally a Wave -b- within a flat correction from 1.2857 and thus implies a peak around 1.2845-85 and would then allow Wave -c- all the way back to 1.2374. This seems slightly deep considering recent strength but we do have 2 weeks of downward daily cycles.
The alternative would consider the 1.2374 low as the completion of Wave B which would have the current rally developing in Wave C. However, this would imply a minimum target of 1.3030 being wave equality of Wave A which does seem a little too far at this point.
Thus we need to play things by ear and look to see how the wave structure develops over the next day or two to judge exactly where we are within the general scenario of a rally into the end of the year.
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