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ASX200,AUDUSD, BHP, RIO, FMG, CBA Technical Analysis Elliott Wave 18 Feb Trading Lounge


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ASX200,AUDUSD, BHP, RIO, FMG, Technical Analysis Elliott Wave
Overview: Resource are strong, but today will be rather flat with momentum picking up Friday
ASX 200 Technical Analysis:The 6880 as support or resistance will dictate the next short term trend
Elliott Wave count: tracking two counts, one in line with the Sp500
Trading Levels: Market Support 6800

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The S&P/ASX200 index represents the 200 largest stocks on their weighted market capital in the Australian stock market "Australian Securities Exchange" (ASX). This ASX200 index represents 72% total market value of the stocks trading on the Australian Securities Exchange.
The Charts in this video are from a Contract For Difference (CFDs) perspective, meaning the data feed is partly from the ASX cash market and the SPI futures markets plus fair value as a CFD product for CFD Trading.


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