Since there seems to be no end in sight to the down move, since we are seeing nothing but bars, we need to wait for evidence before we know what to do next. If we form some kind of consolidation sideways and stop printing red bar after red bar, we can think about getting long. The idea being that the lows at C had many stops that needed to be cleared out of the market before price could go higher. This is a classic wash and rinse type pattern.
If price does not consolidate or show some bars, I don't see much of anything to do. If weakness continues all the way down to the lower around D, then looking for a small scalp from D to E might be possible, with the proper evidence and a small stop to provide a decent risk to reward. If that trade isn't viable, (bad stop or bad risk to reward...or no evidence of a reason to get long) then waiting to shot up near the old highs somewhere around the line at E would be the next opportunity.
Patience is key when things get sloppy. Let's see how things shake out before we get involved again.
I like your analysis, not many forkers with ML understanding around. This is a classic Andrews 5 count ( 7 count from previous low ) So the drop was going to be dramatic ). I've copied my chart workup detailing what I look for on the way down.....you may find it interesting as it incorporates pure Action/Reaction Lines with the fork.