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    Quote Originally Posted by hno2005 View Post
    Two confirmation for reversal has formed in GBPAUD,
    First , There is another 4H hammer ,
    Second , There is a Mini double Bottom in 1h chart

    Entry set at 1.6950
    D1 and W1 perspective cause me to think bearish on GBPAUD rather. Would be great to see bullish pattern at the begining of the trend and not inside or end.
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    butterfly bullish on NZDUSD offering around 10:1 Reward Risk -> Interactive Trading Setups Disscussion-butterfly-bullish-pattern-entry-risk-nzdusd-2013-09-11-09-15-57.png
    I did not take this trade, but it's a good example to discuss the entries method:

    how do You guys usually enter?
    1. you try to enter at the PRZ level (confluence of some Fibonacci levels or previous Sup/Dem level or whatever) without confirmation of the strenght? OR
    2. you wait for a signal of strength, and only then enter already during the move up (represented by blue line) OR
    3. you wait for a signal of strenght (blue line), then you wait for deep correction (like here on the screenshot represented by red line) and only then enter Long?

    scenario 1 is most risky but you enter best
    scenario 2 makes you not entering optimal
    scenario 3 offers amazing good RR, but if there is no deep correction we would miss the trade

    I personally like scenario1 and scenario 3. I never use scenario 2.
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    more on the entries techniques, for the Gartley pattern, but most are universal are here: Entry techniques for the Gartley pattern
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    EURAUD has M5 Gartley pattern bullish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kor4x View Post
    butterfly bullish on NZDUSD offering around 10:1 Reward Risk -> Click image for larger version. 

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    I did not take this trade, but it's a good example to discuss the entries method:

    how do You guys usually enter?
    1. you try to enter at the PRZ level (confluence of some Fibonacci levels or previous Sup/Dem level or whatever) without confirmation of the strenght? OR
    2. you wait for a signal of strength, and only then enter already during the move up (represented by blue line) OR
    3. you wait for a signal of strenght (blue line), then you wait for deep correction (like here on the screenshot represented by red line) and only then enter Long?

    scenario 1 is most risky but you enter best
    scenario 2 makes you not entering optimal
    scenario 3 offers amazing good RR, but if there is no deep correction we would miss the trade

    I personally like scenario1 and scenario 3. I never use scenario 2.
    niccccccccccccccce!
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    hey, this indicator is real, or big trick

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    Quote Originally Posted by kor4x View Post
    D1 and W1 perspective cause me to think bearish on GBPAUD rather. Would be great to see bullish pattern at the begining of the trend and not inside or end.
    What do you mean by seeing a bullish pattern at the beginning of a trend ?

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    Gartley and Bat are mainly the trend reversal patterns, in Elliott fractal sense, they should form on wave1 and wave2.
    continuation version of Gartley and Bat is "an invention", make sense if one analyses different degrees of the swing.
    if we look at D1 of your chart, we see that this bat appears somewhere up in the trend, that is why I would say that location is not ideal for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kor4x View Post
    EURAUD has M5 Gartley pattern bullish.
    trading this Gartley bullish pattern -> Interactive Trading Setups Disscussion-gartley-bullish-pattern-euraud-forex-2013-09-11_1335.png
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    Quote Originally Posted by kor4x View Post
    Gartley and Bat are mainly the trend reversal patterns, in Elliott fractal sense, they should form on wave1 and wave2.
    continuation version of Gartley and Bat is "an invention", make sense if one analyses different degrees of the swing.
    if we look at D1 of your chart, we see that this bat appears somewhere up in the trend, that is why I would say that location is not ideal for me.
    SO,You're saying you prefer the pattern to form in w.1 or w.2 to catch it ?and because the bat pattern I have posted is not in w.1 or 2 your're not trading it .is that right ?

    Can you post the Elliot wave count you have for your trade please?

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