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Updated Jan 16, What is the Gartley Pattern? The Gartley pattern is a harmonic chart pattern, based on Fibonacci numbers and ratios, that helps traders identify reaction highs and lows. Key Takeaways Gartley patterns are the most common harmonic chart pattern. The stop-loss point is often positioned at Point 0 or X and the take-profit is often set at point C. Gartley patterns should be used in conjunction with other forms of technical analysis that can act as confirmation.
Harmonic patterns operate on the premise that Fibonacci sequences can be used to build geometric structures, such as breakouts and retracements , in prices. The Fibonacci ratio is common in nature and has become a popular area of focus among technical analysts that use tools like Fibonacci retracements, extensions, fans, clusters, and time zones. Many technical analysts use the Gartley pattern in conjunction with other chart patterns or technical indicators.
For example, the pattern may provide a big picture overview of where the price is likely to go over the long-term, while traders focus on executing short-term trades in the direction of the predicted trend. The breakout and breakdown price targets may also be used as support and resistance levels by traders.
The key benefit of these types of chart patterns is that they provide specific insights into both the timing and magnitude of price movements rather than just look at one or the other. At point 2, the price reverses again toward point 3, which should be a At point 3, the price reverses to point 4.
Oftentimes, point 0 is used as a stop loss level for the overall trade. These Fibonacci levels do not need to be exact, but the closer they are, the more reliable the pattern. The bearish version of the Gartley pattern is simply the inverse of the bullish pattern and predicts a bearish downtrend with several price targets when the pattern reaches completion by the fourth point.
Point X, or 0. The take-profit point could be set at Point C, or about 0. Compare Accounts.
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Updated Jan 16, What is the Gartley Pattern? The Gartley pattern is a harmonic chart pattern, based on Fibonacci numbers and ratios, that helps traders identify reaction highs and lows. Key Takeaways Gartley patterns are the most common harmonic chart pattern. The stop-loss point is often positioned at Point 0 or X and the take-profit is often set at point C.
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