Lesson 24

121 Pattern



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121 Pattern

You've almost made it through the major harmonic patterns, congratulations. The 121 pattern is a favorite among many harmonic traders. This is one of the simplest harmonic patterns in structure and after this lesson, you will know exactly how to chart this pattern. Harmonics, is for many traders the most predictable form of non-commercial trading systems with years of history. Some of the top automated trading systems and manual retail traders use harmonics in their trading strategies to make high probability trades. Excited yet? let's dive right into it!

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The 121 pattern has how many swings to get to point D?

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Point D of the bullish 121 pattern is the?

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When trading harmonics, what is extremely important?

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When you measure the 121 pattern, point D of the pattern needs to complete at?

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When you measure the 121 pattern, point B of the pattern needs to complete at?

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The 121 pattern is a?

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When identifying a 121 pattern, you apply the Fibonacci tool from?

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When measuring symmetry, the best tool to use is the?

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Point D of the bearish 121 pattern is the?

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