USDCHF: Standard Or Triple Zigzag?

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Chart of USDCHF

In the long term, the USDCHF pair can build a triple zigzag Ⓦ-Ⓧ-Ⓨ-Ⓧ-Ⓩ. The final wave Ⓩ is under development.

The primary wave Ⓩ could end in the form of a standard intermediate zigzag (A)-(B)-(C). Wave (A) is a 5-wave bearish impulse and wave (B) has a horizontal internal structure of a double three W-X-Y.

Thus, the formation of the final intermediate wave (C) can be expected in the near future. Its internal structure is shown by trend lines. Perhaps it will be at 76.4% of impulse (A) and will end near 0.872.

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Chart of USDCHF

Let’s consider a scenario where the development of correction (B) can be continued. In this view, it can be a triple three consisting of sub-waves W-X-Y-X-Z.

The minor sub-waves W-X-Y-X have ended. To complete the final bullish wave Z, which can take a zigzag shape, it is necessary that the minute impulse wave ⓒ be built.

Probably, the bulls will send the market to the level of 0.946. At that level, minor wave Z will be equal to wave Y.

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