That was indeed fun

As we wished in the post earlier today “have fun”, we didn’t expect it will turn out to be this kind of volatile drop.

To be honest, that “challenge” count was a kind of preparation for the 5-th wave. We can still consider this Elliott Wave pattern to be valid. Though the wave 4 is getting stretched a bit out of our comfort zone. But as it is often promoted in the media lately – “leave your comfort zone”, therefore we first publish this count:

MidTerm-1
Finishing the wave 4

You might be asking yourself: why we stick so much to the idea that we are in the wave 4? And we will answer:

Explanation
Golden ratio

This marked wave is perfectly divided by the Fibonacci proportions, so-called golden ratio. So we prefer to see this part of the structure as a completed and separate 5 waves move.

This wave 4, however, is taking a bit too long time. It’s possible for the wave 4 to take longer time then wave 2. We saw it several time in another markets. So, we still keep it as our main count.

However, we feel like we need at least to briefly show you some alternatives.

The easiest one (at least to draw) is when we change it to:

MidTerm-3-bear
Bearish count

And this is what we consider to be the next possibility:

MidTerm-2
Strong rise can take place

We posted the charts exactly in the probability sequence. At least as the situation stays now.

We hope that the market will give enough price action in the next 24 hours to allow us to take out some of the possibilities out of the table.

Till then we need to keep all three of them under our consideration.

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Author: Ravno_108

Sentiment wave rider. Product creator. Yogi

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