The question of the question mark in elliott

FX:EURJPY   Euro / Japanese Yen
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Have you ever wonder why some times an elliottist place a question mark "?" after some labels and some times don't.
And even more, some times after a high degree label and some times just after some "same" degree?
Well today we will reveal the mistery behind this.
To start let me tell you that the question mark means that the count have yet not conclusive evidence that the movement had been finished. Or with other words means "could have more to come."
When we find the "?" after a same degree label, means that even the last wave of the actual count isn't sure to be finished, For example in this wave count we can observe what seems a easy to recognize 5 waves up for the wave "v)" if the count were published before the price crossed the ortodox end of wave "iv" at 127.11 coulld be more correct to write v? because until the end of the triangle iv don't be crossed the wave v could extend.
Now that we have this done we can say that the only chance to keep in this impulse up is if the wave v) extend which could occur only if the waves "i" to "v" becomes in only wave i and the price fails to cross wave iv) and makes a new high with a very strong impulsive wave.
There you have, so now the question marks perhaps will let you with more answers and less questions.
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