Please understand that I mean this in the most respectful way. I follow most of your ideas, but your EW analisis needs a polish.
Now, about what you said of correction waves not beeing limited to the rules of impulse waves, that's true, but only because they are entirely different things. Impulse waves follow a 1, 2 ,3 ,4 ,5 pattern and correction waves an A, B, C. BUT, if you find a smaller 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ,5 impulse wave INSIDE an A, B, C corrective wave, that smaller 1, 2, 3, 4 ,5 (If you'll forgive the repetition, it's just to make the point clear) will still follow the rules of an impulse wave (even have his own a, b ,c wave). So, correction waves don't have the same rules that impulse waves (by the way, they are harder to understand. Most people win money with impulse waves and loose with special cases of corrective waves) but if you find a correction wave that has a smaller elliott wave inside of it (as a part of it), you have to follow the rules for that one too.
So, to keep this shorter, that's why I'm saying that there's an error in your 1,2,3,4,5 (wave 2 goes beyond point 0 and 4 is at the territory of wave 1), because if you are going to recognize it as such it must follow the rules, even if it is inside a corrective wave.
By the way, I would have chosen your wave V as a B of an irregullar correction, finishing with your wave A as C. After that another elliott wave starts, with your wave 3 beeing the 5 of it, and your 4 it's C.
I apologize for my terrible english, I hope that it can at least be readable. Probably my redaction isn't the best either...
After saying all of this i'd like to clarify that this is just what I believe, the market can always make weird movements so I can be wrong and, as I said, I'm not an expert...
Hamzaleith, keep up the good work! You have helped me a lot this weeks and i'd like to thank you for that.