Types of Breakouts?

AllanXT

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My Fellow Traders...
I am starting a collection of breakouts and I wanted to find out how many different type of breakouts there are? So far I have...

1. Highest High / Lowest Low Breakout
2. Volatility Breakout
3. Opening Range Breakout

What other types of breakouts are there?

Thank you and Good Trading to all !
 

ilia king

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AllanXT

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Breakouts List

chump said:
don't forget nick breakouts though they fail occasionally

Thank you for all of the great posts. So far we have:

1. Highest High / Lowest Low Breakout
2. Volatility Breakout
3. Opening Range Breakout
4. Post Breakout Patterns (ilia king)
5. NR7 Breakouts (FTSE Beater)
6. Continuation Breakouts (Pennants, Traingles, Wedges) (Skimbleshanks)
7. Ross Hook Breakout (mheitkoe)
8. Nick Breakout (chump)

Chump, what is a "Nick Breakout?"
Are there any other types of breakouts?

thank you and good trading all

XT
 

neil

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Fletcher replies...........

Nick Breakout - someone who unlawfully leaves the confines of one of Her Majesties establishments for the criminally inclined. :cool:
 

a320

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1:1 wave ratio (measured move) point of either impulsive or corrective waves.

CJ
 

AllanXT

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neil said:
Nick Breakout - someone who unlawfully leaves the confines of one of Her Majesties establishments for the criminally inclined. :cool:

Ah yes, the famous "Nick Breakout", I should have known. Good one Chump. :LOL:

So far our list of breakout types is as follows:

1. Highest High / Lowest Low Breakout
2. Volatility Breakout
3. Opening Range Breakout
4. Post Breakout Patterns (ilia king)
5. NR7 Breakouts (FTSE Beater)
6. Continuation Breakouts (Pennants, Traingles, Wedges) (Skimbleshanks)
7. Ross Hook Breakout (mheitkoe)

Are there any other types of breakouts that can be tested?

Thanks and good trading all....

XT
 

a320

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I find it a little strange my point on ratio 1:1 has been classed as some what invalid?? People seem to miss the importance of price movement in relation to a unity pressure point.. ;)

But hey each to their own so to speak... :cheesy:

CJ
 

Fluke

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a320.
I am currently looking at measured moves and am interested in your ratio1:1.
could you please explain what you mean by this and set out you method of applying it .
Many thanks.
 
 
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