Technicals | Jun 17 2021
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Bottom Line 16/06/21
Daily Trend: N/A
Weekly Trend: Up
Monthly Trend: Up
Support Levels: $174.94 / 148.42 / $116.47
Resistance Levels: N/A (all-time highs)
Reasons to remain bullish longer-term:
→ Chinese demand remains strong
→ relentless production by the majors still in force yet fulfilling the demand
→ larger multi-year [A]-[B]-[C] move north remains in play
→ expected impulsive move north continuing to play out off the Wave-[B] low
“The typical Wave-3 1.618 x W1 extension measures in at $206.38 USD. So with this target now having been exceeded, we need to be on the lookout for a Wave-4 breather to start taking shape sooner rather than later.”
Well since our last review above, the Wave-3 appears to have locked in a high point circa $218.38. With the Wave-4 now in progress. In Elliott Wave theory, Wave-4’s are generally shallow which fits what we are seeing at the moment. Yet they can also be quite complex which means some further sideways consolidation, perhaps even with a slight downward bias, could well be seen over the coming weeks before it finally completes.
Our divergence indicator at the moment is also overbought. So the above scenario unfolding could unwind it back to oversold which will then be a solid platform for the next run higher to nurture from. We certainly won’t argue with price though if it simply wishes to commence the final Wave-5 of (5) more immediately. Especially as the key outside reversal weekly price bar from last week was a bullish one.
What’s important to note here though, is that when the Wave-4 does finally lock in and the Wave-5 commences its journey north, it may well prove to be the final wave in the immediate cycle. So locking in a Wave-5 of (5) of [C] which is significant. And potentially being a catalyst for a decent longer-term corrective phase to start playing out. If our immediate positioning of the trend is correct though, such a major high point locking in could still be many months away. For now, the price chart continues to look bullish, with higher levels continuing to be our expectation over the short to medium term as a minimum.
With Iron Ore taking a breather, it goes without saying that our Iron Ore bellwethers on the Oz markets, BHP Group ((BHP)), Rio Tinto ((RIO)), and Fortescue Metals ((FMG)), are also having a breather. Yet if we have our analysis correct here, as soon as Iron Ore completes its Wave-4 and starts heading higher again, these three big guns will also likely follow. Keep an eye on them.
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