There are a few things I want to pay attention to in this Structure.
1. The first is the pattern. This is something that can be found in almost every and can help determine when price is done moving in any particular direction. The main I want to focus on is the one with capital blue letters. This pattern can help us find the entry level for the . Mr. himself mentions that the Wolfe's 'sweet zone' for entry is between point 5 and what 4xForecaster has defined as 5'(5 prime). This pattern helps us a little further in that search for the 'sweet spot'.
2.The second is the "Geo" that is best described by 4xForecaster. The 'Geo' helps us define high probability levels that price will reach once the is complete. Often times, 5' is where price will reverse giving us Geo's Off-Set Rule at point 4. If 5"(5 double prime) is hit, which is simply the 2-4 cloned and on point 1, price will make a limited retracement back to point 3. If price remains within the 'sweet zone' then we look at the 1-4 line in grey as a target.
3. If a forms in a smaller time frame in this case we'll pay attention to the hourly time frame, point in the opposite direction. We will consider nullifying the larger structure and pay attention to the smaller that points in the opposite direction. You can see this in the related link for CADJPY .
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There is no particular book I can think of that talks about the Wolfe Wave. I have struggled to find bits of information on the web. You can search for the PDF file by Bill Wolfe. He gives the basic structure of the Wolfe Wave in that document(about 46 pages, mostly examples).
The learning tool I found most helpful was 4xForecaster's page: https://www.tradingview.com/u/4xForecaster/
He offers extensive analysis and breakdown of the Wolfe and his Geo Off-Set rule. He has about 600 ideas. I would start from the first one and make your way up and you will have read basically a book with live charts!
I hope this helps.