Channeling is an important tool not only to determine which sub waves belong together, but also to project targets for the next wave up. Channels are parallel lines, which more or less contain the complete price movement of a wave. Although the trend lines of a Triangle are not parallel lines, they will also be considered as a channel. Underneath you see an example of a channel in an impulsive wave and all channels in a corrective wave. Note that all patterns in the section “Patterns” show their channels. The picture of the corrective structure labeled A,B,C shows clearly how channels indicate which waves should be grouped together. Waves of the same degree can be recognized by drawing channels. Especially this is the case for Impulse (5) wave structures, Zigzags and Triangles. If these waves do not equate properly, you have a strong indication to search for an alternative count. Next you will learn how to draw channels and how to project targets using channels.