How to withdraw the money you earned with FBS?
The procedure is very straightforward. Go to the Withdrawal page on the website or the Finances section of the FBS Personal Area and access Withdrawal. You can get the earned money via the same payment system that you used for depositing. In case you funded the account via various methods, withdraw your profit via the same methods in the ratio according to the deposited sums.
How to open an FBS account?
Click the ‘Open account’ button on our website and proceed to the Personal Area. Before you can start trading, pass a profile verification. Confirm your email and phone number, get your ID verified. This procedure guarantees the safety of your funds and identity. Once you are done with all the checks, go to the preferred trading platform, and start trading.
How to start trading?
If you are 18+ years old, you can join FBS and begin your FX journey. To trade, you need a brokerage account and sufficient knowledge on how assets behave in the financial markets. Start with studying the basics with our free educational materials and creating an FBS account. You may want to test the environment with virtual money with a Demo account. Once you are ready, enter the real market and trade to succeed.
The Butterfly is another form of Gartley patterns. It was discovered by Bryce Gilmore and Larry Pesavento. This pattern usually forms near the extreme lows and highs of the market and foretells a reversal.
The main special thing about the Butterfly pattern is that CD extends beyond XA.
Here are the key parameters of a Butterfly pattern:
- Point B is at up to 78.6% retracement of XA.
- Point C can be at the 38.2%-88.6% retracement of AB.
- Point D can be found at the 161.8%-261.8% extension of AB or at the 127.2%-161.8% extension of XA. The difference from a Gartley pattern is that D is not at the retracement of XA but at its extension.
How to trade Butterfly pattern
- The entry is at the point D, which is a potential reversal zone.
- Take Profit may be at 61.8% of CD (TP1), and/or at 127.2% of CD (TP2). You can also target points B (a conservative approach) and A (an aggressive approach).
- Put a Stop Loss in line with your rules of risk management.
Here the example of a bearish Butterfly pattern.
The point B is at the 78.6% retracement of XA. The point C is at the 76.8% retracement of AB. The point D is at the 127.2%-161.8% extension of XA.
2023-05-25 • Updated
Other articles in this section
- Structure of a Trading Robot
- Building a Trading Robot without Programming
- How to Launch Trading Robots in MetaTrader 5?
- Algorithmic Trading: What Is It?
- Fibonacci Ratios and Impulse Waves
- Guidelines of Alternation
- What is a triangle?
- Double Three and Triple Three patterns
- Double Zigzag
- Zig Zag and Flat Patterns in Trading
- Advanced techniques of position sizing
- Truncation in the Elliott Wave Theory
- What is an extension?
- Ending Diagonal Pattern
- How to trade gaps
- Leading diagonal pattern
- Wolfe waves pattern
- Three drives pattern
- Crab Pattern
- ABCD Pattern
- Harmonic patterns
- What is an impulse wave?
- Motive and corrective waves. Wave degrees
- Introduction to the Elliott Wave Theory
- How to trade breakouts
- Trading Forex news
- How to place a Take Profit order?
- Risk management
- How to place a Stop Loss order?
- Technical indicators: trading divergences