Is combined bullish harmonic pattern and buy signal reliabe for market entry in algo trading

(Last Updated On: May 30, 2018)

Will this prove to be reliable?

Is this a reliable combo for market entry in algo trading? I am more confident for looking for a bullish harmonic pattern with either an up arrow signal or a moving average cross? This looks possible but these are some of the more reliable combos I will look for to make this happen. You would also want to look for upward momentum with either the price above or approaching the trend line. Who know but this seems to appear to work reliably ?

 

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