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Bat Harmonic Patterns

Bat Harmonic Patterns

Bullish Bat harmonic pattern With the bullish Bat pattern, it looks like a stretched-out “M”.The price rises, forming an X-to-A leg higher, then pulls back, retracing less than 0.618 of XA. Here, the ideal retracement...

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Bat Harmonic Patterns

Bat Harmonic Patterns

Bullish Bat harmonic pattern With the bullish Bat pattern, it looks like a stretched-out “M”.The price rises, forming an X-to-A leg higher, then pulls back, retracing less than 0.618 of XA. Here, the ideal retracement...

Support and Resistance Levels

Support and Resistance Levels

Support and resistance levels are price levels of utmost importance based on historical data and used by traders to identify where in the future the price movement may stall and reverse. Support A support point is the...

The Trend – a Trader’s Best Friend

The Trend – a Trader’s Best Friend

A trend defines a direction in market prices. When we refer to a trend, we mean a directional trend (formed by rising or declining prices), from which a trader can generate a profit, if using an appropriate trend...

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Bat Harmonic Patterns

Bullish Bat harmonic pattern With the bullish Bat pattern, it looks like a stretched-out “M”.The price rises, forming an X-to-A leg higher, then pulls back, retracing less than 0.618 of XA. Here, the ideal retracement...

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Bat Harmonic Patterns

Bullish Bat harmonic pattern With the bullish Bat pattern, it looks like a stretched-out “M”.The price rises, forming an X-to-A leg higher, then pulls back, retracing less than 0.618 of XA. Here, the ideal retracement...

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