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When we studied a simple A-B-C fractal we mentioned that wave C reacts to both preceding waves A and B. In fact, Wave C directly relates to wave A and keeps following a number of specific ratios we will study next!
Let’s review a simple example:
Wave A starts at $10 and completes at $20. Its length is $20 – $10 = $10.
Wave B starts at the top of wave A at $20 and drops to $15.
Wave C starts at the bottom of wave B and goes up to $25. Its length is $25 – $15 = $10.
Wave C relates to wave A as $10/$10 = 1 or we say that Wave C is 100% of wave A.
The best way to understand how this pattern works is to study collection of charts with real life examples.