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Motive Waves (moving with the larger trend): Impulsive or Motive waves always move with the larger trend, consist of five waves, and are labelled 1-2-3-4-5. Impulse: (IM) An Impulse is a five-wave pattern labelled 1-2-3-4-5 moving in the direction of the larger trend.

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Wave 1 must itself be an Impulse or a Leading Diagonal pattern. Wave 2 can be any corrective pattern except a Triangle. No part of wave 2 can retrace more than 100% of wave 1. Wave 3 must be an Impulse. Wave 3 must be longer than wave 2 by price. Wave 4 can be any corrective pattern. Waves 2 and 4 cannot overlap. Wave 5 must be an Impulse or an Ending Diagonal. Wave 5 must be >= 70% of wave 4 by price. Wave 3 must never be the shortest by price when compared to waves 1 and 5.

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Diagonal – also known as a Diagonal Triangle (Leading LD and Ending ED): A Diagonal is a common 5-wave motive pattern labelled 1-2-3-4-5 that moves with the larger trend. Diagonals move within two contracting channel lines drawn from waves 1 to 3, and from waves 2 to 4. There exist two types of Diagonals: Leading Diagonals (LD) and Ending Diagonals (ED). They have a different internal structure and are seen in different positions within the larger degree pattern. Ending Diagonals are much more common than Leading Diagonals.

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Diagonals must move within two contracting channel lines Channel lines must converge, slope in the same direction and not be horizontal. Wave 1 of a LD is either an IM or a LD Wave 1 of an ED is a Zigzag, Double or Triple Zigzag. Wave 2 may be any corrective pattern except a Triangle. Wave 2 is never longer than Wave 1 by price. Wave 3 of a LD must be an IM. Wave 3 of an ED is a Zigzag, Double or Triple Zigzag. Wave 3 is always greater than Wave 2 by price. Wave 4 may be any corrective pattern. Waves 2 and 4 must overlap. Wave 5 of an ED is a Zigzag, Double or Triple Zigzag. Wave 5 of a LD is either an IM or ED. Wave 3 must not be shorter by price than both Waves 1 and 5 Wave 5 must be more than 50% of Wave 4 by price. Wave 5 is never the longest by price when compared with Wave 1 and Wave 3. Wave 5 is never longer than Wave 3 by price.

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Corrective Waves (moving against the larger trend): Corrective patterns are either 3 or 5 wave patterns, labelled with letters, and move against the larger trend. ZigZag: A Zigzag is a 3-wave structure labelled A-B-C, generally moving counter to the larger trend. It is one of the most common corrective Elliott patterns.

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Wave A must be an IM or a LD. Wave B can only be a corrective pattern. Wave B must be shorter than wave A by price distance. Wave C must be an IM or an ED. Wave C must be at least 70% of Wave B by price.

Double and Triple Zigzag (DZ and TZ): Double and Triple Zigzags are similar to Zigzags, and are typically two or three Zigzag patterns strung together with a joining wave called an x wave. They are corrective in nature. Triples are uncommon. Zigzags, Double Zigzags and Triple Zigzags are also known as Zigzag family patterns, or Sharp’ patterns. Double Zigzags are labelled w-x-y, while Triple Zigzags are labelled w-x-y-xx-z. Both these patterns are included in the list of rules and guidelines below. Only a Double Zigzag is illustrated below.

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Wave W must be a Zigzag. Wave X can be any correction except an ET. Wave X must be smaller than wave W by price. Wave Y must be a Zigzag. Wave Y must be greater or equal to Wave X by price. Wave XX can be any correction except an ET. Wave XX must be smaller than wave Y by price. Wave Z must be a Zigzag. Wave Z must be greater than or equal to Wave XX by price.

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Flat: A Flat is a three-wave pattern labelled A-B-C that generally moves sideways. It is corrective, counter-trend and is a very common Elliott pattern.

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Wave A can be any corrective pattern. Wave B can be any corrective pattern except a Triangle. Wave B must retrace at least 50% of A by price. Wave B must be less than 200% of Wave A by price. Wave C must be either an IM or ED. Wave C must share some common price territory with Wave A.

Double and Triple Sideways: Double and Triple Sideways patterns (also known as Double 3’s and Triple 3’s) are similar to Flats, and are typically two or three corrective patterns strung together with a joining wave, called an x wave. They are all corrective in nature. Triples are rare. Doubles are labelled w-x-y, while Triples are labelled w-x-y-xx-z. Both these patterns are included in the list of rules and guidelines below. Only a Double 3 is illustrated below.

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Wave W may be any corrective pattern except a Triangle, Double (or Triple) Zigzag or Sideways pattern. Wave X may be any corrective pattern except a Triangle, Double (or Triple) Zigzag or Sideways pattern. Wave X must retrace Wave W by at least 50%. Wave Y may be any corrective pattern except a Double (or Triple) Zigzag or Sideways pattern. Wave Y cannot be a Zigzag if W is a Zigzag. Wave Y must be less than 200% of Wave W by price. Wave Y must be at least as long as Wave X by price except if it is a Triangle. Wave XX may be any corrective pattern except a Triangle, Double (or Triple) Zigzag or Sideways pattern. The minimum XX wave retracement is 50% of Y. Wave Z may be any corrective pattern except a Double (or Triple) Zigzag or Sideways

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pattern. 10) Wave Z cannot be a Zigzag if Wave Y is a Zigzag. 11) Wave Z must be longer than Wave XX by price. Triangle (CT and ET): A Triangle is a common 5-wave corrective pattern labelled A-B-C-D-E that moves counter-trend. Triangles move within two channel lines drawn from waves A to C, and from waves B to D. A Triangle is either Contracting (CT) or Expanding (ET) depending on whether the channel lines are converging or expanding. Expanding Triangles are rare. Only a Contracting Triangle is illustrated below:

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All waves in an ET must be ZZ, DZ, or TZ. In a CT: Wave A is restricted to a ZZ, DZ, TZ or FL. Wave B is restricted to a ZZ, DZ, or TZ. Wave C is any corrective pattern except a Triangle Wave D is any corrective pattern except a Triangle Wave E is restricted to a CT, ZZ, DZ, or TZ. The intersection of the channel lines must occur beyond the end of a CT, and before the beginning of an ET The channel lines must either converge or diverge. They cannot be parallel. Only one channel line in a CT may be horizontal. Neither channel line of an ET can be horizontal. Wave E must end in the price territory of A.

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