Harmonic Trading Course | NIWS
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harmonic trading course


Harmonic price patterns are those that take geometric price patterns to the next level by utilizing Fibonacci numbers to define precise turning points. Unlike other more common trading methods, harmonic trading attempts to predict future movements.


  • Harmonic trading refers to the idea that trends are harmonic phenomena, meaning they can subdivided into smaller or larger waves that may predict price direction.
  • Harmonic trading relies on Fibonacci numbers, which are used to create technical indicators.
  • The Fibonacci sequence of numbers, starting with zero and one, is created by adding the previous two numbers:  0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, etc.
  • This sequence can then be broken down into ratios which some believe provide clues as to where a given financial market will move to.
  • The Gartley, bat, and crab are among the most popular harmonic patterns available to technical traders.


Scott scarney coined the phrase Harmonic Trading and is largely responsible for popularizing the use of Fibonacci ratios and their respective patterns over the past three decades. He has defined all of the harmonic patterns such as the Bat pattern, the ideal Gartley pattern, the 5-0, the Shark, the Crab pattern and many others. In addition to these discoveries, Scott created many other strategies that comprise the Harmonic Trading approach, including the RSI BAMM, 38.2% Trailing Stop, the Potential Reversal Zone, the theory of Fibonacci ratio convergence, the Alternate AB=CD patterns, the perfect harmonic pattern alignments, the Harmonic Trading Execution Plan, the harmonic impulse structures





     1 Core Principles of Harmonic Trading

     2 Fibonacci Numbers

     3 Pattern Identification

     4 The AB=CD Pattern

     5.The Bat Pattern

     6 The Gartley Pattern

     7 The Crab Pattern

     8 The Ideal Butterfly Pattern

     9 Trade Execution .

    10. Advanced Harmonic Trading Execution Strategies

    11 Price Action in the Potential Reversal Zone (PRZ)

    12 Pattern Invalidation

    13. Harmonic Impulse Waves

    14.  Advance Harmonic Patterns

    15. How to combine Harmonic Pattern with Traditional Technical Analysis



  • Bankers
  • Dealers, Sub-brokers, Relationship Managers, Asst. Relationship Managers, Professional, Stock Broker, Investment Consultants, Portfolio Managers, Fund Managers, Wealth Managers, Treasury Managers, Researchers, etc.
  • Traders & Investors
  • Those who want to persevere the career as Senior Research Analyst



  • Become a certified Harmonic Wave Theory Technical Analyst
  • Assistance in getting a job as Senior Technical Analyst or Research Analyst



The candidate should be Minimum 10+2(HSC)

The candidate need to have basic knowledge of technical Analysis, however not mandatory.

The candidate should be Minimum graduate for NCFM Certification and to get a job as anSenior Research Analyst.


Start with a demonstration class.