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The Elliott Wave Theory's description of the structure and pattern of price movements in financial markets is known as the Elliott Wave Structure.

The Elliott Wave analysis indicates that the stock has completed waves (1) and (2), which are shown as blue numbers on the daily chart. Wave (3) appears to be underway at this time and might reach a maximum length of 161.8% of wave (1) from wave (2)'s lowest point.

It is anticipated that wave (3) will have about five subdivisions.

Wave levels are shown on the chart.

According to Elliott wave theory, the third wave is usually referred to as the strongest wave. It is the primary cause of prices in a trending market, moving strongly and steadily in the trend's direction. Investors and traders often look for ways to profit from the significant price gains associated with the third wave.
A particular stage of the Elliott Wave Theory is denoted by the term "Third Wave" in Elliott Waves.

Level of Invalidation

The starting point of wave (1) has been identified as the invalidation level at 75. If the price falls below this level, it can indicate that the expected Elliott Wave pattern is not as it seems.

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