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    Bat pattern definition

    As Internet says, the Bat pattern was discovered by Scott Carney in 2001 (see: http://www.harmonictrader.com ).
    B point must be between 38.2 and 50% retracement of XA. CD is usually 127% of AB. D point lends at 88.6% retracement of XA. It's great looking harmonic pattern with very precise and super small StopLoss, and it is what counts in the Harmonic Trading.



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    Position of the B point is crutial. Based on B point position we look for the Gartley or Bat pattern.

    Following video compares both patterns:
    Last edited by kor4x; 02-10-2012 at 10:12 PM.
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    Is the point C should be between 38.2-88.6% retracement od AB? I saw examples in Hramonic Trader and baby-pips. Here is 38.2-78.6.

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