The Gartley pattern, one of the most traded harmonic patterns, is a retracement and continuation pattern that occurs when a trend temporarily reverses direct. There are various patterns which fall into the “harmonic” group, but today we will highlight one of the oldest recognized harmonic patterns – the Gartley pattern. “The Gartley is a very powerful, multi-dimensional pattern. It is called a Gartley because it is found in H.M. Gartley’s book, Profits in the Stock Market, .

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Chris Svorcik on October 13, at 6: If you open a bearish Gartley trade, your stop loss order should be located right above the D point of the pattern. The gwrtley of this article is on Gartley Patterns and trading the patterns.

Trade management of open orders or taking a last small position of the week is of course tasks which we can still do. Selemon on October 11, at Thanks Russell, good tip for our readers.

The generally expected price target of the bearish Gartley is the The bearish Gartley pattern is the absolute equivalent of the bullish Gartley pattern, but inverted. One of them is wrong. The target of point D is beyond the origin of XA and is 2222. As you see, the figure is absolutely identical to the bullish Gartley, but everything is upside down.


Trading The Gartley Pattern –

These four levels on the chart gartlye the four minimum targets of the gartle Gartley. Below you will see a sketch of the bearish Gartley setup.

In order to enter a Gartley trade you should first identify the pattern and then confirm its validity. As such, the pattern consists of five points on the chart. The breakdown through this trend line is very sharp and it is created by a big bearish candle. Refer to the illustration below which will help you visualize these rules for the Gartley pattern: Some of these patterns are reversal signals, others are continuation patterns.

Search Our Site Search for: Other modern variations that have become popular are listed here below. Oops — great catch! To draw the Gartley pattern on your chart, you should gartlwy the four price swings on the chart and check to make sure they respond to their respective Fibonacci levels.

Once upon a gartkey, there was this insanely smart trader dude named Harold McKinley Gartley. My preferred method for trading Gartleys is to enter a full position after the D bounce and then scale out at different levels.

Trading The Gartley Pattern

The next target is located on the level of point C and the price action reaches it 14 periods after the short Gartley signal. Therefore, you could close the deal here and collect your realized profit. Rohan De Villiers on October 12, at gattley M Gartley, who lived during the same era as R.


We will place a stop loss order beyond point D on the final Gartley swing. You may want to correct that. Has this helped your trade management? Gartley patterns are chart patterns used in technical analysis and are known for their relationship using Fibonacci numbers and ratio s.

Gartley Pattern and Trading the Patterns | Trading Strategy Guides

Now we will demonstrate an gartey using the bearish Gartley pattern. The BC move should then reverse the AB move. According to Gartley, he was finally able to solve two of the biggest problems of traders: The image illustrates another Gartley pattern, where we apply our trading strategy. The pattern is valid for both a down and an uptrend. This target takes a little bit longer to be complete.