Harmonic patterns and cycles are part of the trading world. In this section, we include articles about Carney harmonics and Gann cycles. Harmonic Foundations. Patterns: AB=CD, Bat, Gartley, Butterfly, Basic 5-0, alternate bat, shark.
The Head and Shoulders formation is one of the most traded patterns in the financial market. It offers an excellent risk-reward, thus it is very fruitful if we understand and get well acquainted with it. A typical Head and Shoulders pattern that we usually see in the trading lesson is very easy to be spotted out. However, the financial market makes a lot of adjustments. Thus, the traders need to make some adjustments as well. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a Head and Shoulder pattern, which is a bit different in its looks.
Harmonic Pattern – Walkthrough [caption id="attachment_48985" align="aligncenter" width="3682"] Bearish Butterfly Pattern against 180-degree Square of 9 angle.[/caption] The chart above is the AUDJPY Forex pair on its 6-hour
Harmonic Patterns – Start Here Harmonic Patterns are an advanced form of analysis and require more than a basic understanding of the technical analysis of financial markets. For those of
Harmonic Pattern Example: Bearish 5-0 Harmonic Pattern The 5-0 Harmonic Pattern Like the Shark Pattern, the 5-0 pattern is a relatively new pattern discovered by the great Scott Carney. Carney
Harmonic Pattern Example: Bearish Deep Crab The Deep Crab Pattern The Deep Crab is a variant of the regular Crab pattern. It is still a 5-point extension, and it still
Harmonic Pattern Example: Bearish Shark The Shark Pattern The Shark Pattern is the newest harmonic pattern from Carney’s work (2016). He revealed this pattern in his third book in
The Cypher Pattern The Cypher Pattern is another type of Harmonic Pattern - except it isn't - but it is. This is one of the few patterns not identified by
The Crab Pattern The crab pattern is another of Carney’s harmonic patterns and one of the first that he discovered. The essential condition of this pattern is the
Harmonic Pattern Example: Alternate Bat Bullish The Alternate Bat Pattern The Alternate Bat Pattern is another pattern by Scott M. Carney. This pattern comes from his second Volume Two in
Harmonic Pattern Example: Bearish Bat The Bat Pattern The Bat Pattern is another harmonic pattern that was not identified by Gartley, but instead by the great Scott M. Carney -
Butterfly Harmonic Pattern Example: Bearish Butterfly The Butterfly The Butterfly pattern is a harmonic pattern discovered by Bryce Gilmore. Gilmore is the author of Geometry or Markets (now in its
Harmonic Pattern: Bearish Gartley The Gartley is probably the most well-known pattern in Gartley Harmonics. Gartley himself said that this pattern represents one of the best trading opportunities. Its profitability
AB=CD Pattern [caption id="attachment_42589" align="aligncenter" width="1530"] Bearish AB=CD Harmonic Pattern[/caption] [caption id="attachment_42590" align="aligncenter" width="1530"] Bullish AB=CD Harmonic Pattern[/caption] The AB=CD Harmonic Pattern is the most basic and common
Gartley Harmonic Pattern Example: Cipher Pattern Harmonics – Gartley Geometry Out of the myriad of different approaches and methods of Technical Analysis, there seems to be one particular method
One of the most mind-boggling books regarding technical analysis and W.D. Gann was Tony Plummer's book, The Law of Vibration - The Revelation of William D. Gann. It is easily