Measured MoveTechnical Analysis
A Measured Move is a technical way of selecting potential price targets. The logic behind measure moves is simple: Price often moves an equal distance multiple times, which means measuring the length of one move may give you the potential target of multiple other moves in the future.
If price is moving in a specific direction in a trend or channel, you can measure the length of a previous same direction move and use it to estimate the length of a future move. This is not guaranteed, but gives you a potential targeting estimate. This technique particularly useful when combined with other potential ways of estimating distance, like Fibonacci retracements.
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