Lesson 23

Crab Pattern



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Crab Pattern

Welcome to another course on harmonic patterns. The creature we are going to catch today is the "Crab". So, throw your nets into the ocean and let's see how many of these creatures we can catch today. This harmonic pattern completes way outside the structure of the pattern showing when price is extremely over extended and ready for reversal. The difference between fishing for crabs and trading the crab pattern is that you don't have to go to the fish market to make your profit!

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Point D of a bearish Bat pattern is where we would look to?

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Which of these harmonic patterns complete outside of the structure of the harmonic pattern?

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When measuring the Crab pattern, point D completes between?

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Point D of a bullish Bat pattern is where we would look to?

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When you measure from A to B, point C should complete between?

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When you measure from X to A, point B should complete between?

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When measuring the Crab pattern, point D completes between?

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When you measure from point B to C, point D should complete between?

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

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