Learn how forex traders use the Gartley pattern to identify major turning points in the market. STAGE 1: THE BULLISH IMPULSE LEG A bullish impulse leg is a strong move in price action to the upside. The impulse leg can be a mixture. The Gartley pattern is a complex chart pattern, based on Fibonacci numbers and ratios, that helps traders identify reaction highs and lows.

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I chose a close below X as the stop location but once turn D is in place, that could serve as a closer stop.

Trading The Gartley Pattern –

Do you like it? The target of point D is, in fact, using the same XA swing high swing low and is aiming for the Stop loss must also be a minimum of a 1: Subscribe to RSS feeds.

To protect the profits you have accumulated at target 1 it is advised you move your stop loss to breakeven once the I hope you guys keep on going Reply. In general, though, there is an also a close link to the Elliott Wave Theory. Here is an introduction: At work, you must carry around a vartley card and unlock all doors yourself.


Bearish butterfly Bullish butterfly Feeling crabby? I would say best article for peoplle trying to know pattern trading. The CD leg is, therefore, longer than the AB leg. Notice that most of the patterns stop in what’s called the corrective phase of the measured move down Ppattern.

The impulse leg can be a mixture of bullish and bearish candles, but must have a bullish overall direction. Not studied Percentage meeting price target: For testing, I chose to interpret this as a range of acceptable values. You may want to correct that.

Your email address will not be published. Depending on the type of Fibonacci level the pattern is commonly named differently. The start of the impulse leg should be marked as X and the top of the impulse leg should be marked as A. Or am I reading the gartldy action incorrectly?

Trading The Gartley Pattern

The loose interpretation allows AB retrace of XA to vary from Thanks a lot Tom: The last but not least, the target D. Bearish crab Bullish crab Bearish Gartley.


Zaid Sarwar on July 16, at 9: I hope you guys keep on going.

Rohan De Villiers on October 12, at 4: Sixty-four percent climbed up to peak C. Stop loss must be placed below the X leg structure support.

Gartley Pattern and Trading the Patterns

Target 2 at the Trade management of open orders or taking a last small position of the week is of course tasks which we can still do.

The target of point D is beyond the origin of XA and is 1. I split the Gartley pattern into two articles. We also have training on How to use Japanese Candlesticks.