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    Posted 10 July, 2010 at 07:40 | Permalink


    As per your labelling it appears that the 4 the wave is turning out to be a running zig zag or are you suggesting a triangle with A complete and B in its final stage, c-d-e would follow..

  2. Posted 10 July, 2010 at 09:56 | Permalink

    Thanks for the post Andy. A triangle would be too large a formation (out of proportion with the primary 2). We are looking at a complex corrective w-x-y that should just push into open gaps at 12,272 (Sensex) and not push below or till Mar 2009 lows. This is a free blog, which carries infrequent updates. To keep updated on Indian market perspectives please subscribe to Waves India.

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