Alphabet Bullish Bounce At 50% Fib After ABC Zigzag

The Alphabet stock (ticker GOOG) made a bullish continuation and reached the $2400 target zone as expected in our previous analysis.

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This article offers a new update on the expected wave and chart patterns. We also review the key decision zones and new targets.

Price Charts and Technical Analysis

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The GOOG uptrend remains strong as price action is above the 21 ema zone, which is above the long-term moving averages. An uptrend channel is also visible (green lines). The current pullback could be an interesting discount within that trend. Let’s review:

  • The GOOG 4-hour chart made a bullish breakout after completing wave 4 (blue). 
  • Then price action used the 21 ema zone for one more bullish push higher. This seems to have completed a 5 wave (black) pattern in wave 3 (green).
  • The current pullback seems to have completed a bearish ABC (black) pattern at the 50% Fibonacci retracement level within wave 4 (green).
  • Price action has broken above the resistance trend line (dotted orange) and the 21 ema zone. This could indicate a bullish 123 wave pattern (black).
  • The bullish wave outlook remains valid as long as price action stays above the 50% Fib. A break below it places this analysis on hold (orange circles) and a deep break invalidates it (red circle).
  • The bullish targets are located at the -27.2% Fibonacci target at $2751 and -61.8% Fibonacci target at $2723.

On the 4 hour chart, price action is testing a resistance zone (orange lines):

  • A bullish breakout (green arrows) could confirm the wave 3 (black) pattern. Breaks above the Fibonacci targets are further evidence of a wave 3 (black).
  • A bearish pullback (orange arrows) should test the support zone (green).
  • A bullish bounce (blue arrows) indicates that a wave 1-2 (brown) pattern is taking place in potential wave 3 (black).
  • A break below the support (green) places this outlook on hold (orange circle). A break below the bottom invalidates (red circle).
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