The Gartley 222 Pattern



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About this Gartley Quiz


Welcome to the second part and already the intermediate level of the harmonic Gartley pattern quiz.

Whereas in the beginner Level 1 we focused mainly on the theory, here we cover the more practical aspects of the Gartley price pattern trading and HARMONICS methodology.

How to choose the best Gartleys out of hundreds available? Is it only about Fibonacci ratios and price clusters or is the time factor also important? Do you know how? Where to place the stop loss and how to apply the Reward:Risk mindset? Entries and the confirmation techniques, well at least an introduction to these (so to be explored further in the Advanced level).

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QUESTION 1/30

The following pattern is considered a high probability short trade:




QUESTION 2/30

The following pattern is considered a high probability long trade:




QUESTION 3/30

The following setup cannot be considered as an ideal Gartley pattern because of the location of:





QUESTION 4/30

The following setup cannot be considered a Gartley pattern because of the location of:





QUESTION 5/30

The following setup cannot be considered a Gartley pattern because of the location of:





QUESTION 6/30

The following pattern is considered to be a 'harmonic' Gartley pattern:




QUESTION 7/30

If point B of the Gartley Pattern is at 65%, it is considered to be a tradable setup:



QUESTION 8/30

When Mr. Gartley defined his pattern, he suggested the use of the following Fibonacci numbers:





QUESTION 9/30

The Gartley pattern, in many publications, is often also called a:




QUESTION 10/30

We should only trade Gartley patterns that strictly meet the Fibonacci cirteria, as defined in the books:



QUESTION 11/30

The gentleman, who defined Fibonacci ratios for the Gartley pattern was:





QUESTION 12/30

Which of these patterns has a longer CD swing?




QUESTION 13/30

When trading the Gartley pattern, it is better when price approaches point D:




QUESTION 14/30

AB=CD relation, means equality of:





QUESTION 15/30

It is advisable to combine the Gartley pattern with Elliot Wave analysis:



QUESTION 16/30

The classical approach to the Gartley pattern allows us to trade the failed harmonic:




QUESTION 17/30

With the so called 'Fibo Cluster', the place where different Fibonacci retracements, extensions, expansions and projections overlap, it is recommended that one should:



QUESTION 18/30

It is practical and necessary to use all of the different price extensions/expansions/projections, etc:



QUESTION 19/30

The closer the price moves to point X of the Gartley pattern, the:




QUESTION 20/30

Mr. Gartley describes, in his book, the most effective way of entering a trade with Gartley pattern:



QUESTION 21/30

Since it's clear where harmonic traders likely put their stops, the stop-hunting strategy is sometimes applied by strong market participants:




QUESTION 22/30

Which Gartley resembles the letter 'M'?




QUESTION 23/30

Gartley can be treated as a lagging indicator that helps to determine where and when to enter a position:



QUESTION 24/30

Gartley may help to identify potentially high-probability trading opportunities, in nearly any market and timeframe:



QUESTION 25/30

Mr. Gartley, after circa 30 years of studying the markets, concluded that the Gartley pattern is the best tradable price pattern ever:



QUESTION 26/30

The Gartley is an internal pattern and the Butterfly is an external pattern:



QUESTION 27/30

Mr. Gartley defined strict trade management rules for trading his pattern:



QUESTION 28/30

The bullish Gartley pattern is such a reliable price pattern on the Forex market, that you don't need to set your stop loss when entering a trade. The stop loss can be set later, preferably below the X point.



QUESTION 29/30

Waiting for a clear reversal candlestick setup/pattern improves the success ratio and R:R ratio when trading the Gartley pattern:




QUESTION 30/30

Harmonic trading works with market geometry, therefore it is a mathematical approach to trading:



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