Corrective patterns fall into four main categories:
Zigzags (5-3-5; includes three variations: single, double, triple);
Flats (3-3-5; includes three variations: regular, expanded, running);
Triangles (3-3-3-3-3; four types: ascending, descending, contracting, expanding);
Double threes and triple threes (combined structures).
according to this: http://thepatternsite.com/EWZigzag.html we have a zigzag
and it is 5-3-5 look here
also according to thepatternsite:
"Zigzag Wave Rules
The zigzag has rules that govern its shape. They are listed here.
The zigzag is an ABC correction of the motive wave.
The pattern follows the 5-3-5 subwave configuration.
**Subwave B falls well short of the start of subwave A.**"
So to make "Subwave B falls well short of the start of subwave A" wave b has to be where it is, and I think that wave c is just a massive extended one.
If you disagree with me thats fine but than how do you expect all the weakness in the market (I assume your a-b-c has ended)? We are dead cat bouncing all the time and we are making lower lows.
I also apologize for my english.