Most of the entry techniques defined for the Gartley pattern -> Entry techniques for the Gartley pattern apply also for the Bat pattern.
Last edited by kor4x; 03-08-2013 at 05:04 PM.
if you have seen Sam Seiden approach, ...the faster the better
There are several, dozen at least techniques to enter the pattern, tell me which methods you use and I will try to comment on them.
The only two I know of are...
1. Sam Seidens methods
2. Wait for 2 bars to make sure price stabilizes doesn't move lower then if required catch it on the retrace.
Kor, Will you list the methods you know for this situation / entry?
sure, I will, but first I would like to see ideas and methods from others.
Fantastic I really look forward to seeing everyone's ideas as this is one of my biggest questions that I need to answer
Kor it doesn't seem like anyone else is answering the question. Will you share your methods?
It is always interesting to see how others manage fast moving price action into the PRZ.
Hi drapichrust, what do you mean dienied by that buttefly? I am not sure what you mean, since none of the X-A-B-C points of the bat were cancelled, and there always will be smaller harmonics within the bigger ones. So can you please xplain the idea?