The Gartley 222 Pattern



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This is an innovative online quiz so you can quickly learn and/or verify your trading skills with the most popular harmonic price pattern.

In this quiz we will go through the theoretical and practical aspects of trading the Gartley pattern.

There is a common belief, in the harmonic trading world, that Gartley is possibly the best and the most reliable pattern ever discovered.

This high-probability trend-reversal setup offers minimum risk with highest profit potential. Compose it with proper confirmation methods (covered in the Level 2 quiz) and you get a true market killer.

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Answer at least 23 questions (or 75%) correctly to pass.


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QUESTION 1/30

The Gartley pattern was discovered and described by:





QUESTION 2/30

Mr. Gartley originally described his pattern and its market location as a:




QUESTION 3/30

Which of these gentlemen never described or analyzed the Gartely pattern?





QUESTION 4/30

The Gartley pattern presented in the following picture is an example of a:




QUESTION 5/30

This Gartley pattern is an example of a:




QUESTION 6/30

According to the 'overbalance rule', the bullish reversal Gartley should have:





QUESTION 7/30

Based on Elliot Wave Theory, the best location of Gartley’s point X is the end of:





QUESTION 8/30

Based on Elliot Wave Theory, the best location of a Gartley point D is the end of:





QUESTION 9/30

The internal structure of the whole pattern is extremely important. Each swing can be divided into smaller zigzag moves. Swing XA should ideally consist of:




QUESTION 10/30

Continuing with the division of swings, BC should ideally consist of:




QUESTION 11/30

We should start to look for an emerging bullish Gartley pattern when the price:



QUESTION 12/30

The point B of the Gartley pattern should ideally be the:





QUESTION 13/30

The D point of the Gartley pattern should retrace 78.6% of the:




QUESTION 14/30

Internal retracements that are used to define price ratios of a Gartley pattern, are



QUESTION 15/30

An example of internal price retracement is:






QUESTION 16/30

External price retracements that are used to define the PRZ of a Gartley pattern, are:



QUESTION 17/30

An example of an external price retracement is:






QUESTION 18/30

'Price expansions' that are used to define a PRZ of a Gartley pattern are:



QUESTION 19/30

'Alternative Price Projection (APP)', that are used to define a PRZ of Gartley pattern, provide projections for:



QUESTION 20/30

The most popular Stop Loss placement for a Gartley pattern is at the:




QUESTION 21/30

In a bullish Gartley pattern, point C should be:



QUESTION 22/30

When defining the 'harmonic' Gartley pattern we should analyze:




QUESTION 23/30

The main power and the factor that will decide if the pattern will hold or fail is the proper location of the:




QUESTION 24/30

A bullish Gartley pattern is considered to have failed when price goes below the:




QUESTION 25/30

The books say that the Gartley pattern's 'success ratio' is about:





QUESTION 26/30

The real winning ratio of Gartley pattern is:




QUESTION 27/30

Which of the following confirmation techniques are NOT RECOMMENDED for a Gartley pattern?









QUESTION 28/30

The difference between a Gartley and a Bat pattern is the location of:





QUESTION 29/30

The proper market location for point X, in both Gartley and Bat patterns is EXACTLY the same:



QUESTION 30/30

We should avoid trading on a Gartley pattern at the 88.6% retrace:



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