Sometimes there is more than one way to apply an Elliott Wave labeling. If that is the case, there will be a “primary” count, which is the count the Elliott Wave analyst considers with a higher probabilty, and an “alternate” count, which is less likely but still valid. It’s very important to track different labelings and be prepared if something changes, or to confirm one and invalidated the other look.

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