Section 4. Fractals
How small A-B-C and Five Up fractals
“Fractal” is a complex pattern that can be found across different scales. They are created by putting together the very same or different fractals that become their parts. If to add bigger fractals together you can get very same fractals on a bigger scale. By repeating that process over and over again you may keep building similar fractals of bigger and bigger size.
We will also talk about the correct way to label different waves and their parts called subwaves. You will learn how to label waves of different degrees.
- 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.
The best way to understand how this pattern works is to study collection of charts with real life examples.