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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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Trading The Gartley Pattern

Great Great break down of patterns. The bat screenshot has been modified in the meantime. This service was one of the first to apply scientific and statistical methods to analyze the stock market behavior. In other words, I looked for the highest high peak from 5 days before to 5 days after 11 days total the peak. ;attern Also Need a compliment? Here is part 1 and 2 part 2 has the pattern. I show the performance results of tests on both types in Table 1.

Trading The Gartley Pattern –

I did not test this. Hi Selemon, happy to hear that you found the article interesting and useful! Please note I am only providing my own trading information for your benefit and insight to my trading techniques, you should do your own due diligence and not take this information as a trade signal.

I chose a close below X as the stop location but once turn D is in place, that could serve as a closer stop. These patterns are used to help traders find good entry points to jump in on the overall trend.


A Gartley forms when the price action has been going on a recent uptrend or downtrend but has started to show signs of a correction. In other words, the “ultimate high” see the glossary has not been found yet.

Bulkowski’s Bullish Gartley

I show the Gartley on the daily chart of Abaxis. An example tartley The Gartley pattern is complex because it deals with Fibonacci ratios. Millionaire01No problem at all: After D, the stock moves up slowly before running out of data. What makes the Gartley such a nice setup when it forms is the reversal points are a Fibonacci retracement and Fibonacci extension level.

As time went by, the popularity of the Gartley gart,ey grew and people eventually came up with their own variations. The target of point D is beyond the origin of XA and is 1.

I programmed my computer to automatically find this pattern and tested how well it works. And the break out would occur when price bounces off the Fib and breaks a trend line in the anticipated direction.

Do like trading the patterns? Here is an introduction: Then, there is the Butterfly pattern. Thanks a lot Tom: Gartley patterns are chart patterns used in technical analysis and are known for their relationship using Fibonacci numbers and ratio s. For testing, I chose to interpret this as a range of acceptable values. The loose interpretation allows AB retrace of XA to vary from The associated figure shows how often price reaches those targets.

The Gartley pattern was first introduced by H. Thanks Russell, good tip for our readers.


Gartley Pattern and Trading the Patterns

Point B must at least touch the Rohan De Villiers on October 12, at patttern Keep up your good work: Here are the traditional identification guidelines for the pattern. The table shows how often price rises to A, B, and C for the strict and loose interpretations the “measure rule” lines.

Take your Fibonacci retracement tool and draw from your X leg to your A leg. I hope you guys keep on going. See “Completion” in the trading tactics table of the measured move down for more information.

The pattern is valid for both a down and an uptrend.

We will now go into the specific Gartley patterns which are usually called Bat, Crab, Gartley, Butterfly, etc. In any case, the pattern contains a bullish or bearish ABCD patternbut is preceded by a point X that is beyond point D. Do you already use Fibs?

These patterns and Fibs are indeed very interesting. That’s typical for long patterns. Bearish crab Bullish crab Bearish Gartley. Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

Soon enough, traders realized that these patterns could also be applied to other markets. Your email address will not be published. With your Fibonacci retracement tool draw from the A to D leg, you are looking for target 1 at the Not ranked Break even failure rate: