Hence, Fibonacci price patterns (retrenchment and expansion patterns), Harmonic Patterns, Elliott Wave patterns and X3 patterns are family in this respect. As I have wrote in my book, geometric support and resistance is the relative of the family.
Our optimal turning point pattern scanner provide a channel to control all these profitable patterns except geometric support and resistance. Easiest way of explaining is that take all these patterns as each portfolio of your trading venture. You do not have to keep all these patterns in your portfolio. As Optimal turning point pattern scanner provides the way to switch on and off each pattern.
First way to manage your pattern portfolio is that to switch off patterns you do not like and keep the patterns you like only. As non repainting and non lagging indicator, you are able to test each pattern through historical patterns visually in your chart. No need to resource anything else.
Second way to manage your patterns portfolio is that to switch off patterns by their category. For example, if you are familiar and big fan of harmonic patterns, then just switch off Elliott Wave pattern category and X3 pattern category. Keep Harmonic Pattern Category in your pattern portfolio.
Third way to manage your patterns portfolio is that to modify and change patterns according to your preferences. In doing so, you need some knowledge of RECF notation. This is probably the most advanced level of managing your pattern portfolio.
Also you read the book: Profitable Patterns in Forex and Stock Market for more complete explanation and complete management of your portfolio with profitable patterns.
These are the three options to manage your pattern portfolio. The profitable patterns are better when they are used together with support and resistance. This is another good point you should make a note in your trading.