You’d have to decide things like: how deep is the pullback from the left side of the cup to the bottom, how long does it take, how big is the rally back, up how to define the range for the handle, etc. Worden trainers can help you structure formulas if you know what you want to find.

Personally, I just eyeball the patterns after doing it so many years. If a mathematical formula is only slightly off, it will ignore what might be an excellent pattern, so I prefer trusting my brain rather than complex formulas. Just a matter of preference.

Hope this helps!

]]>You’d have to decide things like: how deep is the pullback from the left side of the cup to the bottom, how long does it take, how big is the rally back, up how to define the range for the handle, etc. Worden trainers can help you structure formulas if you know what you want to find.

Personally, I just eyeball the patterns after doing it so many years. If a mathematical formula is only slightly off, it will ignore what might be an excellent pattern, so I prefer trusting my brain rather than complex formulas. Just a matter of preference.

Hope this helps!

]]>You’d have to decide things like: how deep is the pullback from the left side of the cup to the bottom, how long does it take, how big is the rally back, up how to define the range for the handle, etc. Worden trainers can help you structure formulas if you know what you want to find.

Personally, I just eyeball the patterns after doing it so many years. If a mathematical formula is only slightly off, it will ignore what might be an excellent pattern, so I prefer trusting my brain rather than complex formulas. Just a matter of preference.

Hope this helps!

]]>Is there any formula that can be used with TC2000 to catch the cup and handle pattern?

Thanks

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