How do you identify potential reversal points with W.D. Gann Arcs?

How do you identify potential reversal points with W.D. Gann Arcs? I’m new to these forums, and considering more than a few threads about W.D. Gann and this stuff. What gives people insight for identifying an impending reversal like being in one now? Thanks! A question for Brian, who gave a great answer above about the 100-200 day window. I’m reading the information I can read on Gann, and it’s going in for the long haul, no short term tricks. It really looks like the market is in motion and Gann is playing the long-term forex movements. All I’m looking for is any insights on either the macro/political great site the supply/demand side. I’m not a political guru or a forex trader. I’ll be looking for what I read about (as reported by WSJ and others?) You have the time frame of the elections in India. Two elections to be held. Two elections which are happening together, ie, simultaneous in one day.

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The two elections were held on November 23, 2009 I believe this is happening because, 1) India is not a secular state. About 90 per cent of voters are Hindus 2) The caste of voters for the Lok Sabha is scheduled castes, which is predominantly backward classes and tribal I have to come back to India again. When I do my work, I collect market data. Thanks for playing along with us and keep on visiting. Much appreciation for the advice. I have been given information saying that this election rigging has forced the US gov to move India to the edge of legalities. The timing also took advantage of India putting in coal supply as per the strategic war against China. People from all religions have been targeted but the poor, farmers and young rural people are mostly affected. Also from women standpoint, you have seen such incidents all overHow do you identify potential reversal points with W.D. Gann Arcs? What are they? Thank you for your great work on the A.M.P.

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, I’m thinking about selling A10.5. I’ve pretty closely identified the following points as reversals. Will they work? 1) the weekly chart for the Oct 80 bottoming run shows some very weakly doji candles, so you said to ignore these, but they did get long 2) the %DMI (of the %siggy-pom-mild ) was extremely close to a level of 1 (over 80 dec points) twice in the recent correction 3) the big blowup on the weekly chart (Oct 4 vs Nov 17) reversed out to 38. The chart above is the 40d chart. 4) the 1.2602 high also reversed out in the late Oct / early Nov (Nov 4 vs Dec 14) 5) the daily chart on the decline reversal point bottomed near the 38 area. The chart above is the daily chart from the late Nov level lows. 6) the daily chart on the recent rally reversed out to the 437 area in November. The chart above is the daily chart from the monthly highs in October. So those were the ones I identified, I’m not real confident the remaining points will hold up, but I could have missed something. I know this is a question that is more of an opinion type, but I’m just trying to see if you concur with my view as a novice, here. John ***DISCLAIMER*** HOARDER: I’m not an investment advisor, nor do I play one on the forums, and none of my posts are to be taken as investment advice.


And I may or may not have bought any stocks mentioned in any post in the last ten years. And this, for me, is the most important two-way question a trader must ask himself/herself every month.How do you identify potential reversal points with W.D. Gann Arcs? A: Your analysis is almost finished, with a single exception: you’ve asked few questions. There are three kinds of volatility reversal points. The first is due to what moves do (some of the two types can happen at the same time), and the second is due to a new trend. So there can be many more. For example: Curve reversal points are not only a change of trend, but also a change of the underlying direction. What’s more important, the new trend is only a reversal direction, not a new trend. 1) Shifts to the long side (trending up) are different in many ways from shifts to the short side (trending of down, or reversal). So there can be market correction in every sector and there can be a change of the main direction. For example take a look at the log-returns – on March 23 at 2020-10:30 EST (trend was down till then) the 200 SMA (Divergence chart) turns upwards, and then turns downwards, so the trend has changed (there were such events plenty in the history).

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On the same time the MA20 turned downwards, and RSI turned down, so the long uptrend became a downtrend. So we can reach new (trendy) equilibrium, some correction – which is the start points of the correction (if it will pass soon, the correction will pass soon). On the 30th (yesterday at 20:00 CST/ 21:00 EST) the market took some points off the top of trend with the last close below the 20% volume (20 min/1 hour). On the same time the long SMA (now almost at the top) is pretty near the middle of the trading range (long-term support line), and the short SMA is closer to the bottom of trading range. So the market is, all the fundamentals considered, near the key support line. 2) The point is that there can be more than one trend. If we have a different uptrend and one downtrend then the correction is only supported by one line (the slope of top-down) and not the both. For example take a look at the next charts: the top “upside” trend line lost its support on 7th February (till that moment stocks were trending up, so the correction started under the support line of the uptrend). After that the “short-term” downtrend/correctiónr turned into the up trend. So you need to also analyze market behavior. Its behavior is also important for the future direction, you can read about it here: 3) In the case of a significant correction there can be a lot of reasons for which the market do not reach