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The rule of Alternation

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The rule of Alternation

The rule of Alternation There is a general tendency for the pattern of the two corrective swings in a completed 5-wave sequence to alternate between a simple (very often an ABC) correction and one of the more complicated or “complex” Elliott corrections.

This is a very helpful observation, because if Wave 2 unfolds as a simple ABC correction then the probabilities will favour that Wave 4 will unfold as a more complex correction. And vice-versa, if Wave 2 is complex, then you should anticipate that wave 4 is likely to unfold as a simple ABC pattern.

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