Bank of America Corp (BAC) Buying the Dips at the Blue Box Area

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Hello fellow traders. In this technical article we’re going to take a look at the Elliott Wave charts charts of  Bank of America Corp (BAC)  Stock published in members area of the website. Our members are aware of the numerous positive trading setups we’ve had among Stocks and Indices recently. One of them is BAC , which made a pullback, that unfolded as an Elliott Wave Double Three Pattern. It completed clear 7 swings from the peak on June 3rd peak and concluded the correction right at the Equal Legs zone (Blue Box Area). In the following text, we’ll delve into the Elliott Wave pattern and trading setup.

BAC H1 update 06.11.2024

BAC stock is currently in a wave 2 red correction, unfolding in a 7-swing pattern. We’ve labeled the pullback as ((w)))((x))((y)) in black. We believe that pull back is still incomplete at the moment.  The stock should ideally see another leg down toward the blue box- buying zone: 38.85-38.16. We expect the stock to rally toward new highs or bounce in 3 waves from there. When the price retraces to the 50% Fibonacci level against the ((x)) black connector, we’ll secure positions, set the stop loss at breakeven, and take partial profits.

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BAC H1 update 06.11.2024

The stock found buyers as expected and made a good rally from the Blue Box, breaking toward new highs as expected. Consequently, any long positions taken from the equal legs area are now risk-free, and we have already taken partial profits. We consider wave 2 red completed at the 38.46 low. The stock now remains bullish against the 38.46 pivot. As long as that pivot holds in our system, we believe the stock should continue finding buyers in 3, 7, 11 swings, for a further extension toward new highs or alternatively in a 3-wave bounce.

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