that all waves, both impulsive and corrective, develop in 3-wave structures and; that the ratio methodology was entirely different to the traditional way Fibonacci ratios are currently used. By this method, a 5-wave structure will generate only two types of waves: Wave A and Wave C, which are the building blocks to create all other waves. This process eliminates extended waves, failed fifths and leading/ending diagonals to produce a single consistent impulsive structure. In his presentation, Ian will explain this process that provides a single thread of fractal development from 1-minute data through monthly data, all within the ratio methodology. Furthermore, HEW provides a more logical progression of development and which, through the ratio structure, enables the potential for pinpoint accurate forecasting.