To my eye of Elliott Wave you've started in the correct place. The A of a triangle always starts
at the end of the first counter trend move. A common mistake I've seen is to start with the A at
the end of a trending move.
As I was looking at this: I would question this as a triangle. A triangle should have an internal
count of 3-3-3-3-3. In other words each wave a-b-c-d-e should show 3 wave each. In this 60 minute
chart it's rather difficult to see 3 waves for each. That has me thinking something else is working.
Thus a look at the larger degree chart shows this possibility. An A - B - C with C being a potential
ending diagonal. Depending how this finishes I'll give it a try. All things considered it is a bit to early
to really choose a wave count with high confidence.
Thanks for the chart !!!!
Wishing you a pocket full of pips ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~