Elliott Wave

A double zig-zag can be in progress on the USD Index down from the 96.98 level. We specifically see sub-wave c) of y in play which can look for support and a bullish reversal near the 95.90/95.70 region.
The S&P 500 made a five-wave rally from the 2802 level.
AUD/USD is unraveling a nice and clear five-wave rise from the lows.
All three of these currency pairs--the euro/U.S. dollar (EUR/USD), Aussie dollar/U.S. dollar (AUD/USD) and the British pound/U.S. dollar (GBP/USD) -- currency look great and are easy to count. Looking first at the GBP/USD, we see a five-wave drop in play down from 1.3213 area which is a trait of a bearish impulse, and which suggest where the intra-day trend can be going.
We noticed that some of the cryptocurrencies can be completing a big bullish triangle pattern. In 2017, we have seen sharp and impulsive rise in the whole Crypto market, but later in the beginning of 2018 cryptocurrencies began to fall and we noticed that some of them can be approaching the end of a correction soon.
As expected, gold made nice three waves of correction back to projected 1250 support level, but there can be room for deeper and more complex correction down to around 61,8% Fib. retracement and 1245 level.
The Aussie/U.S. dollar currency pair made a strong and firm break below the 0.7512 bearish level and the lower corrective channel line. The U.S. dollar/Swiss franc currency pair is trading higher today, unfolding a nice and clear bullish structure from the 0.9786 low.
On the daily chart of the U.S. dollar/Japanese yen (USD/JPY) currency pair we see price trading in a bigger, complex and slow corrective pattern, which is in Elliott wave theory known as a triangle. A triangle has five waves, and each of the five waves has three minor legs, however, one wave in a triangle can always become more complex.
The U.S. dollar/Swiss franc currency pair completed a three-wave decline within wave Y as part of a bigger complex correction after recent very strong and impulsive reaction up to 1.000 level.
The British pound/U.S. dollar (GBP/USD) was sharply down the last couple of days; the 10-year U.S. T-Notes can be currently trading in a temporary pullback of wave.