1/ If price action forms 5 waves of a diagonal ==> there is a 5th wave to trade
2/ If the current price is a correction (don't overlap wave 1 - red zone), next wave is wave 3. A huge move up!
Waiting for the breakout is the best for me!
Are you using a proprietary form of Elliott Wave or the "classic" EW ?
I ask because I'm wondering why you are using 1-2-3-4-5 or impulsive wave counts
to label price action that is very corrective and overlapping instead of a-b-c and/or w-x-y
Thanks for your thoughts and wishing you a big pocket full of pips !!!!!!!!!!
an expanding leading diagonal for a corrective move.
Anyway, is it true to your experience that a leading diagonal should
subdivide into a 3 waves within, which makes this difficult for me to see
especially in wave 2 to 3 which - to my eye anyway - looks like a pretty
good 5 wave subdivision.
Thanks for the discussion !!!!!!!!!!!