I can't bring myself (yet) to see the correction as complete - having not even made it to the 0.382 mark. I'm therefore counting this tentatively as an expanded flat, looking for c (circled) to move to about 16.28 (wave a x 1.618)
Ahh...now I see what you're saying....what I've got labelled as v you have labelled as iii. It's a possibility, but I think it's unlikely...the degrees of trend are different if you want to make wave iv end at 16.782.
Ok...just briefly, you're trying to count the whole move up from the major low as a single wave 1 when it's actually a 1-2, 1-2 in different degrees of trend. The move from the low started as a leading diagonal for wave 1 (circled), zig zag 2, impulse 3, triangle 4, standard impulsive thrust from triangle for 5...all those are minute degree that complete wave 1 of minor degree. Wave 2 (minor) was a normal abc zig zag followed by 5 clear waves up in the minuette degree, to complete wave 1 (circled). Wave 5 of this move contains 5 clear waves of subminuette degree, making wave 1 (circled) of 3 (minor) complete. Up to that point the wave count is 100% valid, the only thing that remains is to classify the correction, but it's looking like an abc with wave b forming an expanded flat (3-3-5) to the upside, and in the process requiring a higher high than the previous peak. If correct, this flat (as part of a larger degree correction) should trace out 5 waves down to complete wave 2 (minute degree). Varying degrees of trend are actually critical....don't ignore them. The correct count should look something like this: https://www.tradingview.com/chart/HIwSh9wi/