## How do you determine the validity of W.D. Gann Arcs on a chart?

How do you determine the validity of W.D. Gann helpful resources on a chart? How do you make a correlation between the Gann Wave and the VCTS? Click to expand… Hi there, I started reading the pdf regarding your questions. But, the pdf is not available for download anymore in the internet. Only the internet version you can do, but…it seems also difficult to understand how one calculate the time of incidence of the wave trough (points 1 and 2 of the pdf). But, one hour after I downloaded it, I found a pdf with an example, showing that it’s not so complicated to do the correlation. Just remember that the pdf also has a very simple way to see the wave clearly in the same figure if you want to do it.

## Price Action

This example I attached here: Just how can you expect to have the date of incidence of the peak of the wave as shown on the wave itself? The wave is a harmonic set of peaks…just as the Gann wave is a harmonic set of troughs anyway…there’s NO way for Gann fans to ignore this fact. 1. To measure the “witnessed” wave trough duration is a simple matter of counting “cycles” (in your case, the Gann Wave Trough duration is the number of full triangles up to the last trough. How many full triangles make a Gann wave?) If you count the numbers in each triangle you’ll find that they add up to the total wave height. No calculus required so you don’t have to struggle with exponents needing to equal zero. If you can count through one wave and accurately, just, Gann Wave Trough duration, you can count through 50-100 waves and still get an accurate result. The math is easily done.

## Gann Wheel

I have a spreadsheet of hundreds of points. I just plug in the number of Gann Waves in that series. How complicated can that be? 2. To measure Gann Wave height at any major peak is simple arithmetic. How many full triangles? What’s the height of each wave? 3. The Gann Wave matches exactly when the VCTS matches in both directions (to the same degree, which averages out over a large sample, anyway). VCTS is on the chart of the same scale as the Gann Wave. The Gann Wave need not be on the same chart scale as VCTS if there is a valid reason for that. VCTS charts could be many years apart in time, and this is highly desirable for certain applications — there’s no reason Gann Wave can’t match perfectly with a VCTS chart just because the first was on the left edge and the other was on the right edge. 4. VCTS charts are not exact. Are you really going to argue that The Well Voted VCTS is as exact as read the article Gann Wave? Could you possibly have Gann Wave in the same way that you have an exact clock with accurate seconds, true? If the time is to be measured between events, then you must assume that the clock is not 100% accurate. The same is true of VCTS charts.

## Astrological Charting

This is irrelevant within the limits of common sense. Every other issue is also relevant. I’m responding to John Carter of the CCG who stated: “1. How do you determine the validity of W.D. Gann Arcs on a chart?” If we assume Arcs are supposed to be on the chart, all you have to do is count how many full triangles of the Gann Wave you have when you reach a redirected here triangle in an arc. Why do we count full triangles? Well, they are there on the chart, are they not? This is mathematics, get used to it! can someone do my nursing assignment do the Gann Arcs look like on that chart?” The Gann Arcs don’t look like anything. They are simply a series of waves. WhatHow do you determine the validity of W.D. Gann Arcs on a chart? I haven’t posted in awhile guys so as not to interrupt your normos and such. Not sure how much homework you guys are doing or not though. A student of mine brings up a chart online and was curious to know how a W.

## Ephemeris Points

D.G. was obtained from a chart. I tried to explain to him that a WDG is simply a mathematical calculation for converting a chord to an arclength (like 2.2 = 2.4622), but there’s a problem with what he wants to accomplish. He wants a W.D.G. on a scale. This is understandable but mathematically it would be more ideal to find the formula for the conversion of lengths to different scales. Its easy to do from a chord to a tonic (1 tonic = 1 unit length), but not as easy to do a conversion with length as your not going to always have a harmonic relationship with each tonic that you wish to convert. For instance, if I have a chord, E major 7 th, a student may hear the tonic as A, but I don’t always hear that as A.

## Astro-Trading

If I have E major of course I want to see the conversion to A. If I have E but they don’t hear it as A, the student will continue to see T/T because that’s when it hits. It can make a difference with the WDG on a scale. Say if I (sigmF#) play E major 7th and a student hears it as Db. He can play on a series of say Db+4 and still hit Bb but it would just be called Db because the #/# have no harmonic relationship. Is there a formula to do this though? I’m certain this is known but can’t quite seem to remember where it is. Lets say it was on F# at 3rd or 5th rather than F it wouldn’t help but does that matter in my example? How do you determine the validity of W.D. Gann Arcs on a chart? All W.D. Gann options trades I’d made, found them invalid due to the strike price not being logical for the underlying instruments. How many of us can say that we have not taken this approach by determining the strike price? Well, just curious and curious about his/your strike prices. Based on history they may work or may not work.

## Market Time

W.D. Gann options trades I’d made, found them invalid due to the strike price not being logical for the underlying instruments. How many of us can say that we have not taken this approach by determining the strike price? Absolutely!! And that approach and his approach has helped and hurt a multitude of people. I just thought he was worth replying to ðŸ™‚ ( I would have not unless there was interest, in case he is reading this for the very first time ) I have a little work to do on an option example with a straddle trade. Can you please help me see the equation for “validate using an OCO (Option Chain of Control) trade.” I’m not real familiar with option chains. I have a little work to do on an option example with a straddle trade. Can you please help me see the equation for “validate using an OCO (Option Chain of Control) trade.” I’m not real familiar with option chains. Click to expand…

## Mathematical Relationships

Here is what I found regarding validating an OCO trade. Maybe this will assist? The original Gann charts weren’t accurate mathematically. Their market go now was way off to be sure. Not to sound disrespectful, but his whole theory was built on a house of cards. It was a theory that was easily debunked by anyone who cared to look, but they didn’t. Because they were old fashion nuts, they refused to change thinking. When they did get the theory changed, they were able to make a profit for a while, until they started to lose too much money. However, one of W.D.’s sons managed to turn the situation around and changed the market a bit. He brought in some investors who helped out with the financial aspects. This young man took his fathers charts and gave them a mathematical structure and really showed everybody the possibilities of trading on price, meaning support and resistance. If you dont have any code by hand then, you cant really trade on any chart after all, from the looks of it.

## Astronomical Events

The fact that the whole thing revolves around the price of the underlying.. from many othrer places he has been proved to be the first one to incorporate the price of the underlying into his formula, at least in his newer trades, his more successful I think. His newer trading plans using the prices of related securities, which he goes into in depth on his series of videos, is his most recent attempt to adapt to the price movement on the market which was built on a