How do you validate W.D. Gann angle signals with other market data?

How do you validate W.D. Gann angle signals with other market data? this hyperlink answers have been posted in past. However, people from the engineering and IT can have deeper insights. Since the average guy on the street will not understand – maybe some IT and Engineering folks can decipher this thread. I typically look at other instruments that are called by the stock, such as gas, coal, rail, propane, and such. When W.D. Gann signals come in (more than 85% in 10 days/in some, 80% in some and 75% in others) for a stock, the smart money is going long these volatile names. Why? Because they believe the W.D. Gann signals are correct. No one knows what these numbers actually are, but in some cases, the interpretation of these numbers is obvious and understood by the savvy investors who understand that the smart money is looking long – with the intent to buy.

Fixed Stars

In many cases, even though Gann does well with his forecasts (75%+ of most of the time), the market does not end up moving in step. But markets are not in sync with W.D. Gann’s forecasts 100% of the time. So the smart money can end up 100% of the time making more money than the average guy would be able to make on good old ordinary common sense plays. That has been observed from time to time. I call these kinds of signals the “W.D. Gann angle signal, with a 75%+ chance of moving big time because the only certainty is that if it does not do what they say – then the market is not in sync with that signal. And so the smart money is usually coming in when there is a high percentage chance that the market will not follow the Gann angle projection. When the Gann Angle signals get to 80% or more, the stocks are behaving in some of the specific ways that are very common. This is what makes the signals reliable andHow do you validate W.D.


Gann angle signals with other market data? I try to plot our signals comparing to other timeframes, but they end up with no relationship to the the daily and weekly candles and do not follow the same trends as the blue candles. Example: There is no blue candle on the 14th of September. The candle on the 15th is not even close to the expected bear flag. Indeed, the 16th was a very healthy bounce but it cannot be anything different than an average move. Can we understand the blue candles? Yours, Franco 1.) Most of the “best” GDX bulls charts have that 2/8-2/9 Gann angle in them. Sometimes they just want to see where they got Gann bearish. That is one of the biggest flaws in Mr. John’s research. 2.) If you trade, and read all the Gann angle alerts; you would understand that the Gann angles and Gann angles alone; do NOT offer market timing solutions. When Mr. John’s Gann angle alerts run good for one month and suddenly do not, then he needs to give up on his “reliable source of data and signals”! 3.

Gann Grid

) The price of GDX has been in an uptrend in the last four years. If you want to know why, don’t look at the GDX bear flags; look at the downtrend from the bull market lows in 2009. My current belief is the traders are using the GDX price to trade the old “Trend Trading”. The rise in GDX prices are higher gains, are there “Bull Confidence” investors following this strategy; you bet they are! Trend trading is a great trade, but only for investors with long time horizon!! As a “stock investor” and not a “trader” and with the highest time horizon possible; I found trend trading to be totally useless! The truth is stock market is a collection of millions of little micro-mini trends, all having an average time frame. It took me 7 years to study each and every stock, in different time frames from one minute to 10 years; and I found these to be “confusing”. Why not develop a “Trend Trading System”?? The GDX bull and bear flags and also the GDX Gann angle trends; this will give the trend trader, or short term investor; an exact idea of the number of down days or “tow days.” Unfortunately, the trend trader needs great imagination and huge amounts of data and resources; which most of these free services do not have. 1.) Trading has become so easy, the average day trader can create a “Trend Trading System” and make profits in the micro-minutes. Unfortunately, trend trading is too big of a challenge, as it takes an average of 72 months to gain skill! Long term stock traders and mutual fund managers, can hire “trading professionals”, who have this skill and makeHow do you validate W.D. Gann angle signals with other market data? W.D Gann angles are indicative of the value of gold and silver.

Eclipse Points

But as anyone who has ever been in the precious metals business knows, people buy and sell the best price is right! We have a large network of traders who prefer to follow their own charting systems and usually follow 3 moving averages… Gold is following a 3-10-60 cycle on the moving averages is indicative of a bull market. But when Gann gives a low, we know gold is entering what he calls the ‘doghouse’ but when the angle gets going higher, we know gold is about to get into trouble if they are unable to pump markets into the “cheap gold territory.” There is no ‘official’ way of defining what a Gann angle is other than in the strictest mathematical sense as was mentioned in that thread. It would be great if we could measure Gann’s angle. Is there a way of doing that? Re: GANN angles? There is an old adage. If it is moving a lot will happen. Dipped and bounced over a ten day or long, if it keeps moving higher, there are usually problems. Where you go from here can determine where you are going. Lots of trouble for silver and gold today. We are on the edge of the cliff.

Time Cycles

Trying to decide which way to fall. Re: GANN angles? Hi darksworld. I think it was John Murphy who said the Gann angle was not a mathematical term but way of calling attention to a change in price direction. A bull price point you can get a lot happening in just a very brief time. A downturn in price is either on a slow or quick but if that change is happening fast and you look back on it, the news, the weather, what ever it is in that moment may have something to do with it. When he would say his price might decline soon, you have a brief