What is XABCD Trading and Why It’s Important?

what is xabcd trading

What is XABCD Trading?

XABCD Trading is a way of using Time, Price and Frequency Waves to look for patterns for technical analysis traders. It can be used in any market, on any chart and on any time frame. The patterns used are created by the collective group of traders in the market as it maps out their emotions. We scan over 1200 patterns a day on various markets and rank them on their quality to filter out patterns we don't want to see and free up more of our time.
A full comprehensive guide to XABCD patterns can be read on the patterns for more details on how to use these patterns.
XABCD Patterns using Time Fibonacci Levels

How Is Fibonacci Time Is Used In The Construction of XABCD Patterns?

What is XABCD trading when it comes to time? Time is extremely important when looking at patterns as they can tell us so many things and help us with our trade management - we teach you this in our educational course. If you're looking for more information on the importance of time, our XABCD Mag has articles surrounding this topic. But just like the weather, your ability to forecast moves in the market will diminish and we'll lose probability as time passes. Knowing when to pull a trade vs giving it time to work out is extremely important; the same way that understanding how long a pattern will take to work out and all the measurements between the start and completion of the pattern makes you far more successful as a technical trader.

What Can Time Measurements Help You Answer?

How long will it take for a pattern to play out?

Knowing this information can be important in order to try and forecast if you will be out of a trade before a new event happens. It can also be used to know if a trade will be completed by the weekend.

How long should a pattern take to form before we gain probability?

We collect patterns daily, and last time we checked that was around 1200 patterns a day. We then look at all these patterns and determine their reversal rate success and then look at the patterns total bar count. So given this information we can make sure the software only shows us patterns that have patterns that meet those minimums.

How much time should it take to create each pattern leg segment?

Each pattern can be broken down further and looked at by leg segment. We consider a leg segment to be from one pattern point to another. Eg, X point to the A point and then look at how much time it took to create the pattern points. This allows us to get a more consistently shaped pattern.

Will I have enough time for a pattern to materialize before a news event?

The smaller the time frame the less time you will have to react to any pattern. If you require more time, then you should be trading a higher time frame. With that being said, a 15 minute candlestick chart will usually give you an hour to enter a trade on average.
XABCD Periodic Table

How Fibonacci Price Is Used?

What is XABCD trading when it comes to price? Measuring price will help us know how strong a move is during the pattern. This is an important part of the puzzle because it starts to answer questions on how much force is present. Where time will tell us when the market is looking to form a possible reversal, price will help us indicate a level we would want to hone in and focus on.
XABCD Patterns using Price Fibonacci Levels

How Frequency Waves Are Used In XABCD Pattern Trading?

Our frequency wave analysis will help us determine two things regarding our patterns:
  • Is the data that makes up the pattern showing more anti-persistence or persistence?
  • What are the frequency waves telling us regarding price and time in combination for the future?

We have two indicators that do this, the first being the XABCD Hurst indicator. This will tell us if the non-linear data we're looking at is persistent (meaning price might not reverse in the expected area) or anti-persistent (meaning we'll see a greater chance of a reversal).

The second is the SONAR indicator that will analyze the frequency waves (using price + time) to determine the probability of future price waves and what we might be able to expect for both direction and strength.

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