I still believe that wave (5) olive represents the top of a very long from 2009 and the current
decline is the early stages of much larger correction.
Diagonals usually occur at the end of an impulse wave or the beginning and represent uncertainty in the market,
hence the overlapping waves.
This new idea if correct places FTSE in wave (4) black of a and wave (4) black has already
strayed into wave (2) black territory which is a condition of diagonals. Corrective waves in diagonals
usually retrace between 61 & 91% of the prior wave and it is likely that FTSE will probably move to around
the 7600-7630 area before wave (5) black begins and draws FTSE to around 7089.
Wave leading diagonal and not a corrective wave structure. Time will tell.