Lesson 22

Bat Pattern



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Bat Pattern

Are you ready to put on your black super hero outfit and mask? This next harmonic pattern is called the "Bat" pattern. This amazing pattern is one of my favorite harmonic patterns and found very commonly in the market. This pattern is used to catch huge reversals in the market. Just like the Butterfly pattern, get your nets out and get ready to start practicing catching some "Bats". By the end of this session, you will have another creature to add to your list of harmonic patterns.

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The B point of the Bat pattern has to complete where?

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Why do we want to use the triangle tool to check the symmetry of the Bat pattern?

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What tool do we use to check the symmetry of the Bat pattern?

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What is the difference between the Bat pattern and the Butterfly pattern?

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To find the B point of the pattern, you have to start by measuring from _______ with the Fibonacci retracement tool

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What does the Bat pattern have in common with the Butterfly and Gartley pattern?

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The D point of the Bat pattern has to complete where?

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The C point of the Bat pattern has to complete where?

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When measuring the Bat pattern, where do we start measuring our first swing with the Fibonacci retracement tool?

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