The most common reason for not finding reliable wave counts and trade setups is not choosing a meaningful and consistent starting point for your wave counts. Unfortunately, this mistake is also very often the cause of wave counts changing in unexpected ways.
An article on our blog explores starting your wave count at a meaningful place. The article has helped many traders overcome the problem of wave counts changing in unexpected ways.
However, if you’re already confident that the starting point of your wave counts is not the problem, please contact us at email@example.com for additional guidance and support.
NOTE: It’s also important to keep in mind that there is almost always more than one valid wave count for a given market and timeframe. So, the ranking order between alternate wave counts can change from one wave count calculation to the next depending on how much time (and market action) has elapsed between calculations. So, you should always pay close attention to the Alternate Wave Counts gadget listing if the gadget is included in your plan.