1) Tp1 = Fib 38.2
2) Tp2 = Fib 61.8
3) Stop = MAX Tp1 ( as pips)
4) Open order with %2 Risk Management
5) Close Half at TP1, Stop to BreakEven
6) Close all at TP2
My blue pattern sharings are Cyher Pattern
My red pattern sharings are Bat Pattern
My Green pattern sharings are Gartley Pattern
the main pattern is Gartley all the others are variants crab-buttefly-bat etc etc.
If you would read the home page of my website you'd understand the drawbacks of manual backtesting. You can also visit my Youtube page and watch me doing the realtime analysis and backtesting. You could also click "learn the patterns" tab and get access to the pattern's rules absolutely for free. Don't even need to register. So my website is absolutely free educational resource that contains technical and psychological articles.
You can also go to my profile page here on TV. I am posting ideas here for more than 3 years!!. Everybody can learn from them. Just go and check them out.
Sencerely, I just wanted to help you a bit by pointing to the fact that you don't know the difference between advanced patterns of Tradeempowered and harmonic patterns of Scott Carney. Without knowing this difference you could probably identify patterns as harmonic and trade them as advanced and visa versa.
No doubt, you did a great work backtesting possible variations of entries stops and targets but did you do the same amount of work that Scott Carney or Tradeempowered did? By the way, both of them used programmatical approach in their market research works. I think they already found the best levels. So, instead of re-inventing the wheel you'd better learn the original approach directly from either Scott Carney or Tradeempowered (whatever you'd prefer).
I was in your shoes, mate. I thought that I was the smartest fellow on Earth and I did the testing of patterns mixing them to my taste. I had extremely perfect examples of backtest applying my own rules, but the truth was that I was finding less than 100 examples per pair.
Only when I finished the algorythmic backtest finding hundreds of thousands examples... Only then I have understood that the original rules were the best. This way I finished the circle and came back to the point I have started from. I came back to original rules.
I just wanted to protect you from repeating my mistakes. First get the original knowledge of patterns, learn all original details of both approaches, don't mix them up.
Maybe, you are a bit angry with me about my effort to help you without your permission, but sooner or later you will change you views. I hope it will be sooner than later.