Camping World Holdings ($CWH) Power Of The Blue Box

  


Back in Late September, I analyzed Camping World Holdings.  At the time, I was expecting the correction to complete soon, in the extreme area.  Here’s the chart that I posted back then and now an updated chart showing the blue box extreme where buyers entered.

Camping World Holdings September 30/2020 view:

Camping World Holdings

Camping World Holdings 4H January 2021 view:

Camping World Holdings

The main thing to take away from this chart is this the power of the extreme area blue boxes.  Elliottwave doesn’t predict time, but Fibonacci extreme areas are able to predict price.  The reason this works is because these are the areas where the Algo’s are programmed to react.  We are simply piggy backing on top of algo programming.  The key to successful trading is letting the market speak and remembering we do not control the market. We need to work with the Algo’s and Market Makers.  Now that you have seen the blue box work, lets zoom into the 1H short term view.

Camping World Holdings 1H View:

Camping World Holdings

CWH is in the middle of another extreme area where a pullback can take place, this is favoured to be where Red 3 has peaked.  One more high will meet the minimum number of swings needed from the ((2)) low.  After that, a correction in Blue (2) is favoured, creating a triple nest stricture.  Which is Red I and II, Black ((1)) and ((2)), and Blue (1) and (2).

In Conclusion, after blue (2) is set, this stock should be ready to break out in a Wave 3.  There is another blue box equal leg extreme above Red I.  This is the 63-88 area, an area where a pullback can take place.  Once prices break out above Red I, that will be the next target on the upside.

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