FX:GBPAUD   British Pound / Australian Dollar
Guys, many of you mistakenly think that a unified gartley is a variation of some harmonic patterns . It is not. In order to avoid confusion I won't use triangles to draw the pattern as I did previously. I will simply place the EST on the chart. Note, that this is not a signal or recommendation to buy or sell. It is simply a demonstration of my approach.
Comment: Similar trade is setting up on #usdcad:
Trade active: #usdcad. activated sell.
Trade active: #gbpaud. activated sell.
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Trade closed, SL hit
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@AW2729, it depends on your broker. with my broker the low of the candle was 1.86175: http://prntscr.com/myl8f5
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Thank you for the insightful suggestion =D
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@ICEKI, you are welcome as usual:)
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Without your explanation, I thought unified gartley is some harmonic pattern! Strongly surprised =D
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@ICEKI, Here's what i am talking about. Harmonic patterns are those that have harmony in their structure. It can be equal legs (ab=cd) or equal time (30 candles and 30 candles). Unified Gartley has no harmony at all. And in majority of case it is traded the opposite way:)
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ICEKI Alexander_Nikitin
@Alexander_Nikitin, woaaa! that amazing, appreciated your explain =D
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@ICEKI, you are welcome:)
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You are welcome to leave you comments here:)
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