GEOMETRIC PATTERNS


Mastering geometric patterns is a beneficial trading strategy. Our experts will show you how to spot, draw and trade patterns to consistently improve your trading results.

WHAT ARE GEOMETRIC PATTERNS?

Geometric patterns are uniquely formed price structures based on Fibonacci ratios, but they may be categorized separately from chart patterns or harmonic patterns.

Geometric patterns are uniquely formed price structures based on Fibonacci ratios, but they may be categorized separately from chart patterns or harmonic patterns.

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Head and Shoulders
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Rectangles
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Channels
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Flags
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Pennants
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Symmetrical Triangles
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Ascending Triangles
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Descending Triangles
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Wedge Continuation
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Wedge Reversal
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Double Top
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Double Bottom

CHART PATTERNS

Chart patterns, as indicated above, are simply price patterns that manage to put all online buying and selling of instruments into perspective by consolidating the forces of supply and demand into a concise picture. Additionally, chart patterns provide a clearer framework in analyzing the constant battle between bulls and bears. More importantly, chart patterns and technical analysis can help determine who is winning the battle, allowing traders and investors to position themselves accordingly.


HARMONIC PATTERNS

Harmonic patterns, as shown below, are derived from the harmonic trading methodology that uses the recognition of specific price patterns and the alignment of exact Fibonacci ratios to determine highly probable reversal points in the financial markets. The key is to identify these patterns, and to enter or exit a position based on a high degree of probability that the same historic price action will occur.

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The illustrations above may seem very confusing and scary, yet we are here to SIMPLIFY all the charts as seen in the ABCD pattern. The ABCD pattern is not a newly found pattern, but it is the core pattern for learning the basic foundation of geometric patterns.

The Core Foundation
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