Double Three and Triple Three patterns

Double Three and Triple Three patterns: Sideways Combinations in Elliott Wave (Part-11)

Sideways Combinations in Elliott Wave: Double Three and Triple Three patterns

Introduction:

Welcome to Part 11 of our Elliott Wave Learning series, where we delve into the fascinating world of corrective wave patterns, specifically focusing on Double Three and Triple Three patterns formations, along with the intricate details of their internal structures. As we explore these patterns, we’ll also discuss the connectivity aspects and the rules and guidelines governing combinations patterns like Zigzag, Flat, and Triangle.

 

Sideways Corrections: Double Three and Triple Three patterns

Double Three – Here, two corrective patterns combine through one X pattern, moving against the downtrend or uptrend.

Triple Three – In this case, three corrective patterns combine through two X patterns, moving against the downtrend or uptrend.

 

 

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Double Three

A Double Three moves against the trend. It is structured as W-X-Y, where W and Y are connected through X.

For example, W can be a Zigzag pattern (A-B-C), and Y can be a Flat pattern (A-B-C). The connection is made through X, combining these two patterns.

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Double Three Internal Structure:

– Moves against the major trend in both uptrend and downtrend markets.

– It involves the combination of two corrective patterns (W and Y) through one corrective pattern (X).

– The W-X-Y pattern is formed with three consecutive corrective patterns (A-B-C) in each of W, X, and Y.

– For example, W can be a Zigzag pattern (A-B-C), and Y can be a Flat pattern (A-B-C). The connection is made through X, creating the overall W-X-Y pattern.

 

Triple Three:

  • Moves against the major trend.
  • Structured as W-X-Y-X-Z in a Triple-Three pattern.
  • The connection between W, Y, and Z is made through X.
  • Here, W can be a Zigzag pattern (A-B-C), Y can be a Flat pattern (A-B-C), and Z can be a Triangle pattern (A-B-C-D-E).

 

 

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Triple Three Internal Structure:

– Moves against the major trend, whether in an uptrend or downtrend.

– Triple-Three consists of three corrective patterns (W-Y-Z) connected through an X corrective pattern.

– The entire pattern is structured as W-X-Y-X-Z, where all components (W, X, Y, Z) are corrective patterns.

– For example, W can be a Zigzag pattern (A-B-C), Y can be a Flat pattern (A-B-C), and Z can be a Triangle pattern (A-B-C).

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**Triangle Pattern Considerations:**

– Triangles form as the final wave in patterns like Double-Three (Y) and Triple-Three (Z).

– In both Double-Three and Triple-Three, a Triangle can occur as part of any connected pattern.

– Triangle waves typically form from Wave 4 to Wave 5 or from Wave B to Wave C.

 

Alternation: Rules and Guidelines

  • If Wave 2 is a sharp correction, then Wave 4 will likely be a simple sideways correction.
  • For example, if Wave 2 is a Zigzag, then Wave 4 could be a Flat, Irregular Flat, Triangle, or a combination pattern (Double-Three or Triple-Three).
  • As we know, waves are fractals, created within waves, and patterns exist within corrective patterns. We often observe one pattern within another.
  • For instance, within a Zigzag, Wave B could be another Zigzag, Flat, Triangle, or a combination like Double-Three or Triple-Three. On the other hand, Wave A in a Flat or Triangle can also be part of another pattern.

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Rules and Guidelines for Combination Patterns:

**Zigzag:**

– Comprises 3 waves – A-B-C.

– Wave A can be an impulse wave or a leading diagonal.

– Wave B can be a Zigzag, Flat, or a combination of patterns.

– Wave C can be an impulse wave or an ending diagonal.

– Wave B does not cross or overlap Wave A.

 

**Flat:**

– Consists of 3 waves – A-B-C.

– Triangle pattern is not present in Wave A.

– Wave B retraces a minimum of 90% of Wave A.

– Wave C can be an impulse wave or an ending diagonal.

 

**Triangle:**

– Comprises 5 waves – A-B-C-D-E.

– In triangles, waves A-B-C-D can be Zigzag or a combination of Zigzag and connected patterns.

– Waves B-D and A-C are connected through converging lines or channels towards a common center.

 

**Connected or Combination Patterns:**

– Double-Three or Triple-Three patterns are connected through a 3rd wave X.

– Double or Triple Zigzag connects 2 or 3 Zigzag patterns through an X wave.

– Double-Three corrections can be Zigzag-Flat, Flat-Zigzag, Flat-Flat, Zigzag-Triangle, or Flat-Triangle.

– Double-Three and Triple-Three corrections conclude with a Flat or Triangle pattern.

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Conclusion:

In this segment of our Elliott Wave Learning series, we’ve explored the intricacies of Double-Three and Triple-Three patterns, understanding their internal structures and how they move against the major trend. Additionally, we’ve delved into the rules and guidelines governing combination patterns like Zigzag, Flat, and Triangle, providing valuable insights for traders and analysts navigating the complexities of Elliott Wave Theory. Stay tuned for more insights and practical applications in our continued exploration of Elliott Wave patterns.

 

 

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