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Educational Lessons

Learn to trade XABCD Patterns if you're brand new to pattern trading or a seasoned trader. This will be the foundation course that you will have access to that will provide you critical information before you start working one on one with our mentors creating an execution plan for your trades.

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Introduction

We'll get your foundation in XABCD Pattern trading started with this intro lesson that will explain what you will start with, and where we're going to go with all the info from both beginner to advanced trading tactics starting with the XABCD Pattern points and their characteristics.
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Classifications and Special Rules

If you don't know where your edge is, then you probably don't have one. We'll show you where your edge is but also the importance of understanding your edge to maximize your potential in each classification of XABCD pattern.
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Where XABCD Drawing Tools Shine

The automated indicators we have are fantastic and they are used to save you tons of time. Semi-manual drawing tools can also play a role to dive deeper into pattern analysis and in this video we'll show you step by step how to do this and become an elite chartist.
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Automatically Scanning Patterns

Setting yourself up to automatically scan patterns can be your biggest time saver. However, you want to do it correctly so it also filters a lot of patterns out and does the heavy lifting for you. We'll show you different techniques you can use to maximize your time saving efforts and free yourself from your desk.
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Scanning on the Go

Maybe you don't use a platform, or a different platform than what we have tools created. Perhaps you only trade on your mobile or use a web based trading platform. This scanner can be used in so many ways and can configure alerts with ease. This will always keep you up-to-date with all the patterns you might want to analyze.
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Advantages of Semi-Manual vs Automated Scanning

You can pick manual or automatic scanning from the beginning. However, more advanced traders - knowing the pro-s and con's of each can be easily explained and they should be known. We'll discuss in detail when each type of scanning can be done and out perform the other.
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Getting Into Pattern Specifics

Let's get into the details of what you must need to know in each pattern. This will be stuffed with information but we'll keep it under 10 minutes. You might want to watch this one a few times to get all the knowledge transfered.
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Setting Up Our Provided Templates

We provide you with a bunch of templates for your workspace, tools, charting and anything else you might need. Here is how you can set them up if you want your setup to look like ours.
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Using Time Measurements for Consistency

We don't just measure price here, but also how long it takes to get from one pattern point to another. If you're looking at improving consistency then you'll want to make sure that each type of pattern is all measured the same way. The emotion of a pattern can be very different depending on how long it takes to form each leg so this is a critical video to watch when you're wanting to improve your consistency.
External Time Ratios in XABCD Patterns

What to Watch in External Time Ratios

Our previous video on time ratios were all about the internal measurements. Now we'll be focused on the external time ratios. These are the measurements that happen before the pattern starts and play a critical part on what we look for as each pattern gets constructed.
XABCD RTP Pattern Details

Knowing RTP Patterns and Where You Want To See Them

RTP (retracement time patterns) are a classification of patterns that we search for in a certain situation when price is trending or ranging. This can be used for both trend traders and reversal traders - and is one of the most common types of patterns we scan.
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ETP Patterns Are The Most Common and Flexible Type of Pattern

ETP patterns are some of the easiest patterns to obtain a solid risk vs reward (critical to a good risk management). These can be used in a number of situations and are great if you want to pick up your trading volume.
Risk vs Reward goals in xabcd pattern trading

How To Manage Risk While Trading Patterns Consistently

Having a risk vs reward level that is comfortable (and also something that can be consistent) will be key and a great filtering requirement. Pro's and cons to different levels so let's discuss them all here.
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Using Time in XABCD Patterns

Many people look at price all day long in the market but what is more important than price is time. Let's start discussing time and how we can use it in our trading to make choices such as how long we can be in a position before we start losing probability.
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Different Ways of Picking An Entry Point

There are a lot of different rules you can use to enter patterns. Yes, the software points out an area but you can further hone that down by looking at these different ways to trade the entry point.
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Using "The Attractor"

The attractor lesson could also be an introduction to Chaos Theory and we'll use these techniques inside the market to make sense out of all the data we have on a chart.
XABCD Pattern Bar Count

Why The Bar Count Matters To You

With a few different calculations (easy basic math) you can try to forecast how long it will take for a pattern to reverse or hit a target. You'll learn those and how different patterns get effected in different ways, something every pattern trader should know.
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What To Do at Invalidation Points

When does a pattern become obsolete? This can happen when price exceeds the reversal area or takes too long to do what's expected. In both cases we need to know where that point is, and things we can do to handle it.
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Ways To Reduce Your Risk In A Logical Way

Managing your risk by reducing it can be an effective way to protect your account balance and the over all risk to a trade. A few different ways to tackle this that will make logical sense once you get through this lesson.
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Acceptable Targets To Watch

There are a few different ways to take targets. Each with its own characteristics to know about which is what we'll be discussing in this video.
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Weighting Trades with Sonar

Sonar is not used to determine direction - we use it for a consistent approach to deciding how much to risk on a trade within our risk parameters. You'll see that this is an effective method that helps keep you consistent with making these calculations intead of just flying on the seat of your pants.
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30 Examples of Reading Sonar

By the time your done watching this video, you will be able to predict what we say next. Each example is walked through in details so that you know exactly how to read this indicator without any guesses or doubts in your mind. Talk about full confidence!
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How To Use The Hurst To Weight Trades

The hurst was created outside of the market, and then brought into the market since it uses the same sort of data.
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30 Hurst Examples

Watch all 30 of these examples and feel what it's like to be able to predict what we're about to say.
Hurst and Sonar

Using Hurst and Sonar Together

Together, hurst and sonar are used to determine how much we want to weight a trade. This video will show you examples of that in action so you can use it on any pattern you wish.
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Using A More Specific Entery Point

It's always good to be able to narrow down a certain entry point even further. This method will look at exactly that and different techniques to try and figure out the best possible place to look for a reversal.
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How to Trade XABCD Patterns With Other Strategies

Maybe you have a favorite indicator or way of trading. There is a very good chance that the patterns your using now can be used with any other strategy.
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Scaling Into Trades

Scaling into positions when done properly can bring lots of flexibility to your positions. We'll discuss the different ways that these can be done with out a lot of effort or calculations.
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If You're Not Using Nested Patterns, Watch This..

Nested patterns can be done of the easiest ways to put together a specific entry point or know when to get out. Let's discuss all this here in this video.

Jump Start Sessions - Crash Course

The Fastest Way To Get Started



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Jump Start is a huge massive brain dump from us to you. It's 1 hour in length and the purpose is to bring you up to speed as fast as possible and build a strong foundation to pattern trading with Fibonacci price and time measurements. This is available for our 6 and 12 month membership packages.


Watched the brain dump video again. Answered a lot of the questions I asked. The more I go through ALL the information, the more it sinks in and the more I learn.
Joe

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On-Demand Training


  • Advanced Stop Movement
  • Simple Entry Method #1
  • Intermediate Entry Method #2
  • How To Grow A Small Account
  • Scaling Into Trades Correctly
  • How Many Bars In A Pattern?
  • The Red Zone
  • 20 Sonar Examples
  • Balancing Your Trades
  • Indicators Vs Drawing Tools
  • Fibonacci Targets Method #1
  • Support and Resistance Tricks
  • What We Don't Want To See
  • Using XTP Patterns
  • Formulas You Must Know
  • 30 Hurst Examples
  • How Failed Patterns Help Us
  • Drawing Tool Advantages
  • Using Nested Patterns
  • Dealing With The "Trap"
  • Pattern Point Targets #2
  • Adding To Positions
  • Futures vs Forex Markets
  • Dynamic Stops
  • Dealing With News
  • Using The Attractor
  • Wicks Within XABCD Patterns

Our On-Demand Training are micro lessons to discuss specific topics when you need to quickly refresh your memory or recall anything you've been taught quickly. These videos are typically only a few minutes long but go over specific training lessons.


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