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    Entry techniques for the Bat pattern

    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 06:04 PM.

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    How would you deal with this entry?

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    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.

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    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?

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    sure, I will, but first I would like to see ideas and methods from others.
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    Fantastic I really look forward to seeing everyone's ideas as this is one of my biggest questions that I need to answer

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    Kor it doesn't seem like anyone else is answering the question. Will you share your methods?

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    @Samtastico i can discuss about entries methods but not on this example, I didnt consider it as proper Bat pattern, it was denied by this butterfly Entry techniques for the Bat pattern-nzdusd-h1.png

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    It is always interesting to see how others manage fast moving price action into the PRZ.

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    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?
    Thanks.

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