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    welcome, Nelson. Good luck. Price patterns is the way to go!

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    Ok, before register here i had very pure knowledge about pattern trading. Here it is an absolutely dfferent world. Thanks for doing it guys (sorry for the off top)
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    Quote Originally Posted by vvalerya View Post
    This pattern is defined and drawn by the Korgarmonics?
    Hi Kor,
    Not wishing to steal your thunder, but isn't this XABCD basically the same as the Wolfe Wave? If there are any differences, could you please post the two patterns side by side and identify the key differences?

    I understand that projected lines 2-4 must not be parallel to line 1-3 i.e. they must meet in the future, and that point 4 must be within the vertical range of line 1-2. How does this differ from the XABCD?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clara View Post
    Hi, I'm newbie here.. Can you guide me how to count thw wolve patt, I mean is there any fibonacci count targeting wave 2,3,4 & 5? Thanks.
    Hi Clara,
    I've only recently got to know the Wolfe Wave pattern, and it seems there are some different definitions of it e.g. whether point 4 is outside or inside the line 1-2. I have found that if point 4 is inside the vertical distance between points 1 & 2, then it stand a better chance of completing the pattern i.e. that a line extended between point 1 & point 4 will be the target hit by price when it leaves point 5.
    XABCD Diagonal pattern definition-gbpaudh1.jpg

    There are some good WW examples @ Wolfe Wave but if you are mainly interested in Wolfe Waves, then you might find more info here Wolfe wave indicator

    And here http://www.atradersnotepad.com/modul...-wave-reversal

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    Mike
    Last edited by blott; 11-01-2013 at 09:57 PM.
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    Hi,
    Does anyone have a name for this diagonal pattern, the diamond shaped one in grey? I've normally seen it half way along a run, not at the start.

    XABCD Diagonal pattern definition-nzdusd-h1.jpg

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    Hello Mike,
    Thank you so much for your valuable advice.. just notice, so I apologize for late reply. Thanks again, Mike.. hope you well..

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    Clara

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clara View Post
    Hello Mike,
    Thank you so much for your valuable advice.. just notice, so I apologize for late reply. Thanks again, Mike.. hope you well..

    Regards,

    Clara
    Hi Clara,
    Yes, thanks, but getting blown about a bit here in the UK

    Beware...quite a few Wolfe Waves do not complete the route down to the 1-4 line, as this example shows from a short trade I took yesterday (14th Feb). The closely spaced dashed green lines are swing high tops from April 2011, so I thought a good place for price to bounce off, together with the appearance of a WW point 5. However, the market is always right! The GBP was very strong yesterday and didn't feel like coming back down to the 1-4 line
    XABCD Diagonal pattern definition-2014-02-15_11-55_gbpusd.jpg

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    Mike

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    Hello Mike,

    Thank you for sharing..
    I learn Elliott Waves too.. just want to ask you, is WW same as ending diagonal? Please advise.. Thanks in advance.

    Warm Regards,

    Clara

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    Hi Clara,
    I'm not a WW expert, but WW is not quite like Elliot wave, in that EW is a sequence of 3 impulse waves followed by 2 correction waves, whereas WWs are more symetrical from start to finish, and often, by running a trend line through the centre of a WW swing, it is possible to accurately predict where the next WW swing will hit. If I've not correctly answered your question, please try again

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    mike

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    Here is another example of when price did not go to the 1-4 line, because it hit a top to the left and couldn't go through.
    Note also how the swing from 5 up to the dotted green line was duplicated almost to the pip up to the eventual swing high (red diagonal lines). I baled out before the US news dropped into the cellar.
    XABCD Diagonal pattern definition-gbpusd-25th-feb.jpg

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