Real-Time EICHERMOT with deep study of Triangle variety.

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What's the difference between a running triangle and, contracting triangle?

Trick is very simple. The wave "B" is beyond the origin of wave "A" we have diagram in a chart.

Respect to the triangle a few things to remember.

1) they can only form by themselves in wave "4", wave "B", wave "X" and rarely wave "2". That being the case, triangles always proceed the final move within a sequence.

2) The final move of the triangle which is referred to as a triangle thrust that is either typically small or very large. Rarely is there a medium type move.

3) If you're very aggressive and you want to try and capture the final move. Okay, because that would give you maximum profit potential in this. That's not my training trading style because it is aggressive. When you do this, most people have a tendency to want to put a protective stop at the extreme at wave "C" but I do not recommend that, Actually recommend putting the stop at the extreme of wave "A".

Now you know, with respect to the wave principle, there's two types of wave form survey modalities, Motive waves and Corrective waves. Now with within the corrective wave family are specifically, we have zigzags, flats and triangles. We're going to be examining Triangles. And within the triangle family there's actually 3 subsets or three types of triangles:

  • 1) Contracting triangle,
  • 2) Barrier triangle and,
  • 3) Expanding triangle

Now, any kind or types of Triangle, and its easily to identify because the trend lines. Connect line the extreme of waves "A" and "C" coverage & "B" and "D" coverage with trend-line. There's very minor variation the the Contracting Triangle and Running Triangle. For Running Triangle wave "B" exceed the origin point of wave "A".

Next is Barrier Triangle and its forming rare or less and its easy to identify because of one trend-line which connect actually a Horizontal and another connecting trend-line will slop in the direction of larger trend.

Last type of triangle we're going to examine is going to be an Expanding Triangle. In this triangle is actually very very rare. This only this type of a triangle forms only 10% of the time or less than. The most distinguishing characteristic of the expanding triangle is that true lines which connect the extremes of wave A and C & B and D coverage is actually expand.

This is EICHERMOTOR weekly price chart, Scenario 1 which is under-construction for Symmetrical Triangle. The contracting for wave (B) of wave B. Here, the probability of wave ((D)) as complex.

We've been learning a lot about triangles and it is actually one of three corrective wave patterns , zigzag, flat and triangles family. There is actually 3 different types of triangles we have contracting triangle., barrier triangle and expanding triangle. Now a variation of the contracting triangle that we examine was also referred to as a running triangle. We've learned that triangles me only form by themselves in the wave "4", wave "B" and wave "X" positions in that triangles always follow or proceed. Excuse me to proceed the final move within a sequence. Sometimes the move The thrust following a triangle is very small. Sometimes it's very very big, so this is.

Now we're actually gonna do today is actually apply what we've learned about triangles to some relevant or a timely markets. The EICHERMOTOR chart is one right here. Whenever I look at triangle pattern characteristics which is covering trend-line. The wave ((b)) is not beyond the origin of wave ((a)) that why this is not "Running Triangle" but its a "Contracting Triangle".

Thrust Measurement Technique :
The simply taking the widest portion(horizontal green dash line) of the triangle and measuring it in this instance upward from the extreme of wave ((d)) which is 3300 +. The wave ((d)) is very strong evidence whenever price cross about it and the wave ((e)) can be little exceed wave ((c)) or it can complete under the wave ((a)) and ((c)) connected trend-line. Personally I recommended protective stop at or below extreme wave ((a)).

Daily price chart for closer look:

Trend-lines observation for turning point:

Fib. ratio of all sub-waves:

Real-Time example of Head & Shoulder Pattern with neck-line measurement target completion:

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