Grad system: what unites a trader and Leonardo da Vinci

Grad system: what unites a trader and Leonardo da Vinci

Grad system: what unites a trader and Leonardo da Vinci

In the last article, we covered the first part of the Grad system – working with indicators. Today we will look at additional filters that are used in the second part of the strategy and help us increase profits and reduce risks on transactions.

If you don't have time to read, watch my webinar on this topic. I will simply and in detail, literally "on my fingers" tell you about the principles of working in this system. On the webinar you will learn what harmonic patterns and read the examples, understand how they enter and exit trades how to use Fibonacci levels in practice and the most interesting – to know what unites Leonardo da Vinci and traders who chose to trade in the system "Grad".
The second part of the trading system "Grad", or "No Pain Forex", includes countertrend transactions, namely: the search and definition of harmonic patterns on the chart and their application in practice (ABCD, two-three movements, Gartley, butterfly, crab, bat), which speak at least about a correction or global trend change. If you want to learn about the first part of the Grad system, read my previous article.

And now let's draw Parallels between what, at first glance, seems incompatible: the figures on the Forex chart and nature, flora and fauna, architecture, and even space. There is a famous pattern – the Golden ratio. Some call this phenomenon the divine measure of beauty. The Egyptian pyramids, the Parthenon, Leonardo da Vinci's La Gioconda, and even the human body are all subject to the Golden ratio standards.

As well as Forex harmonic patterns, which are available on absolutely any chart of any instrument. They make trading less difficult and risky. Why not so risky? It's all about the high accuracy of signals and the ratio of potential profit to possible loss. I am sure that each of you will choose the most attractive patterns for yourself by the end of the webinar and start earning money in the near future.

I'll show you a couple of examples of harmonic patterns with entry and exit points (take profit and stop loss).

The "Head and shoulders"pattern can be attributed to the harmonic figure. In harmony, a certain proportion should be obtained: the head should be at the level of 1.618 from the left shoulder, and the right shoulder – at the level of 0.618 from the head.
Construction algorithm

XA=>B (38.2-50%) AB=>C (50-61,8%) (BC=>D (161.8-261.8%) XA=>D 88.6%) D-SELL movements CD: 1TP – 38.2% 2TP – 61.8%

After the formation of the "bat" pattern (But Pattern), we are looking for sales. The D point fell slightly short of the 261.8% level, but the XA movement is just at the 88.6% Fibo level. The logic is simple – we are looking for a candlestick reversal pattern with the upper range of 261.8% of the "BC" movement and the lower 88.6% of the "XA"movement. The formation of the "Evening star" or "Absorption" candle pattern confirms sales. The first profit is 38.2%, the second – 61.8% of the "CD"movement.
It is quite difficult to see formations on the chart, and not every trader can handle it. However, this is not a problem – there are a number of auxiliary tools that will help you find these formations. For more information, see the webinar published above.

After watching this webinar, you will learn how to identify formations, track certain patterns, and find high-quality entry points in practice. You will be able to correctly place protective Take Profit and Stop Loss orders, and master the main tool – the Fibonacci grid. You will understand how and where the main sequence coefficients come from, learn how to add the necessary levels and apply them in practice. Due to the fact that the pattern consists of 5 points, we should consistently measure each movement and only after the formation of the last knee make a trading decision, guided by all the favorite and familiar candle figures.

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