Impulse Diagonal Zigzag Flat Triangle Combination

Combination families:

“Double three” flat combinations: | |

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*Double and Triple Combinations Rules*

- Double (D3) and Triple (T3) Combinations patterns are similar to Flats, and are typically two or three corrective patterns strung together with a joining Wave, called an x Wave, and are all corrective in nature. Doubles are not common, and Triples are rare. Doubles are labeled w-x-y, while Triples are labeled w-x-y-xx-z. Both these patterns are included in the list of rules and guidelines below.
- Wave W may be any corrective pattern except a Triangle, double or triple. Wave C of W cannot be a failure.
- Wave X may be any corrective pattern except a Triangle, double or triple.
- The minimum X Wave retracement is 70% of Wave W.
- The maximum price distance of Wave X is 150% of both the previous Wave and ensuing Wave. All internal data points are considered.
- Although there is no minimum time for Wave X, the maximum time is 10 times the time taken by Wave W.
- Wave Y may be any corrective pattern except double, triple or a Triangle in a Triple Zigzag. However, Wave Y cannot be a Zigzag if Wave W is a Zigzag. Wave Y must be greater than or equal to Wave X by price, except if Wave Y is a Triangle.
- Wave C of Y cannot be a failure.
- Wave Y must be no more than 5 times either Wave X or W in price and time. Wave Y has no minimum time constraint.
- Wave XX may be any corrective pattern except a Triangle, double or triple. The minimum Wave XX retracement is 70% of Wave Y.
- The maximum Wave XX retracement is 150% of previous Wave and ensuing Wave. All internal data points are considered.
- Wave Z may be any corrective pattern except double or triple. However Wave Z cannot be a Zigzag if Y is a Zigzag.
- Wave Z is greater than or equal to XX by price.
- Wave Z must be no more than 5 times either Waves XX, Y, X or W in price and time.
- Back to back and double failures are not allowed.
- If Wave Y is greater than Wave W by price, then the maximum Wave Z price movement is twice the price movement of Wave W.

*Double and Triple Combinations Guidelines*

- The largest Wave in Wave W is usually less than 140% of Wave W by price. Wave X is usually a Zigzag family pattern.
- The largest Wave in Wave X is usually less than Wave W by price. Wave X is usually less than 140% of W by price.
- Wave X is usually greater than 95% of Wave W by price. The most likely retracement for Wave X is 110% of Wave W.
- Time for X is generally between 62% of W1 and 1.618 of the time of W1.
- If Wave Y is a Triangle, the most likely length of Wave Y is about 61.8% of Wave W. If Wave Y is not a Triangle, the most likely lengths for Wave Y are 100% of Wave W, 161.8% of Wave W and 10% of the length of Wave W beyond the end of Wave W.
- The largest Wave in Wave Y is usually less than 140% of Wave W by price. Wave Y is usually less than twice the longest of Wave W and Wave X in price. Wave Y is generally between 61.8% of Wave W and 161.8% of Wave W in time. Wave XX is usually a Zigzag family pattern.
- The largest Wave in Wave XX is usually less than Wave Y in price. Wave XX is usually less than 140% of Wave Y by price.
- Wave XX is usually greater than 95% of Y by price.
- The most likely retracement for Wave XX is 110% of Wave Y.
- If Wave Y is a Triangle, most likely length by price is 61.8% of Wave W. If Wave Y is not a Triangle, then the most likely lengths are 100% of Wave W, 161.8% of Wave W and 10% of length of Wave W beyond the end of Wave W, all by price.
- The largest wave in Wave Z is usually less than 140% of Wave Y by price. Wave Z is usually less than twice the longest of Wave Y and Wave XX.