Usdcad Gatley to continue downtrend

FX:USDCAD   US-Dollar / Kanadischer Dollar
Hey, traders. Look at the chart above. Opposite to comon thinking that price is trending only 30% of a time I would say that price is always trending. Trend is a natural way of price movement. Although it looks like price is moving sideways, there is a trend on this pair. You just need to know what to look at. If you follow me long enough you might have noticed that I draw lines and squares on my charts. Lines stand for impulses and squares stand for corrections. This is my way to represent various series of ascending higs with ascending lows or descending lows with descending highs which is the exact definition of a trend given by Dow Johnes himself. All professional traders define trend in this manner. If you read some of W. Gann works you will find his way of describing swings which is in essence an attempt to define a trend. If you tend more to Elliot way of analizing the market you will also notice him speaking of waves forming peaks and dips on the chart. Notice that none of these men talks about special indicator of a trend. They all use a correlation between highs and lows to define trends. So do I. To summarize my market research I define a trend as two or more impulses separated only by a correction. Whenever you see two lines separated by a square on my charts, you should be sure that I defined a trend. Once the trend is identified, the main part of the work is done. You may use whatever technique to enter in anticipation of the existing trend continuation. I personally use harmonic patterns which combined with my trend identification technique give me a powerful tool for extracting money out of the market.
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Trade ist aktiv: Gartley pattern completed)
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wow,,, what a analysis.
Thank you, mate. It usually works this way))
excellent specially for complicated charts like the one we saw on usdcad
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thank you)
What are your thoughts on using the 786 compared to the 127 extension when entering a Gartley, especially the risk to reward on them both to Targets 1?
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1,272 gives better risk to reward, but it also filters lots of winning opportunities. Overall the results are the same. You win less frequent with 1,272 but more pips. And you win more frequent with 0.786 but less pips. 1,272 gives you a more volatile equity curve. I mean large rallies to the upside and large waterfalls. With 0.786 the movement is more smooth. good luck.
TPittard Alexander_Nikitin
I aggree, I personally prefer entering a trade with more units and less risk.

I enjoy your reports to Alexander
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I just wondered about assessing the RSI in the above. If there is RSI divergence trend could be about to reverse? At 22nd Feb on the above there were indications of RSI divergence. Now RSI seems to be strengthening. Of course, RSI may not mean anything if it's not part of the assessment in a particular trading plan.
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Alexander_Nikitin Captain_Walker
I do not use rsi. I don't even know what is it)
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