Expanding Ending Diagonal Wave 5 must go beyond the end of Wave 3: No "Truncation".
In Contracting Diagonals, Wave 3 is always shorter than Wave 1,
Wave 4 Shorter than Wave 2, and Wave 5 shorter than Wave 3.
In Expanding Diagonals, Wave 3 is always longer than Wave 1,
Wave 4 longer than Wave 2, and Wave 5 longer than Wave 3.
Ending Diagonal For wave c IN Wave B
Wave 4 must move into wave 1 range but not beyond Wave 2.
Wave 4 Can 38.2-100% of wave 2
Corrective Flat Normal B
Commond Flat Wave C = A
Elonggated Wave C = 138.2 - 161.8 of B : Time C = A+B
C Failure Flat Wave C >= 38.2 of A , C Above A
In a Triangle, the waves always subdivide into 5 waves: A, B, C, D, & E.
Wave A never goes beyond the origin or point X.
Structure = 3-3-3-3-3
At least four of the five waves subdivide into a zigzag or a combination of zigzags.
Triangles do not have more than one complex subwave (only one Double or Triple).
One of the five waves can subdivide into an...
Bat 88.6% (1346)
& Crab 161.8% (1417)
For Leading Diagonal go to Wave 5
Wave 5 must go beyond Wave 3,
there should be no "Truncation".
If concept 1 is wrong
Price may not yet finish wave 4.
And doing wave C
UJ : Finish wave b and do wave c Zigzag
Wave C can subdivide into 5 wave structures: a Diagonal or an Impulse wave.
Leading Diagonals happen in Wave 1 of an Impulse or Wave A of a ZigZag. and do Retrace Wave 2 always subdivide in ZigZag corrections. Wave 2 Never moves beyond origin of Wave 1.