FIVE WAVE FRACTAL IN MOTION
Case Study: Wave 4: XBI, Daily
Case Study: Wave A of 5, MSFT Daily
Case Study: Wave B of 5, MSFT Daily
Case Study: Wave C of 5, MSFT Daily
- Introduction to Section 4.
- How small A-B-C and Five Up fractals become parts of similar bigger fractals.
- Bigger fractals are just combinations of smaller size fractals.
- How Waves are subdivided into subwaves.
- Your key takeaways from the Section on fractals
- How We Label Waves To Distinguish Their Relative Size and Location.
- Impulsive vs Corrective Waves.