One of the problems with gaps is that they obscure our view of the wave structure.  It also messes with the technical studies we use.  That makes it harder to figure out when a wave is likely to be complete.  If (and it’s a BIG if) this current move is complete then it COULD count out like this:

At the moment it doesn’t look like that count has much chance of standing.  The current move down from the point labeled [5] (likely incorrect) seems to unfold in three waves and being overlapped by a move upward.  This is definitely a wait-and see moment.

In these circumstances we can find guidance from larger proportions.  Our FibGrid levels help as do Fibonacci relationships with larger waves.

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