Well, it turns out the a-b-c I was expecting to play out was actually part of a larger (A) – with the drop in (B) that happened quick over night and then resumed the C wave up — which subdivided into a-b-c up towards resistance.
This count would only hold if 2036 holds as resisstance.
Given the complexity of the drop post fed — that was an a-b-c as well — this seemingly corrective B-wave wedge up should indeed be more complex than a simple a-b-c. So it should make sense. I should have anticipated this, but for the time being, expecting larger A-B-C (B)-wave wedge up to have completed. I don’t see the S&P going into the territory of where the Fed rally is in the near future.