Elliott Wave Analysis: Crude OIL and S&P500 Intraday 6/11/2014

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We are still looking down on crude oil in the short-term for wave c) to complete a contra trend move around 103.30/103.70. Minor upward channel of wave b) gave way, so we definitely could see some weakness in the next couple of hours. However, keep in mind that larger trend is up and that this is just a temporary set-back.
Crude Oil (July 2014) 1h Elliott Wave Analysis

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Traders, we have seen some solid weakness on European stocks today, which also pulled down the S&P futures. For now decline on the S&P is in three legs so move can be corrective, and part of incomplete uptrend. I think that break above 1950 will open door for 1962.
S&P Futures (June 2014) 1h Elliott Wave Analysis

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