What are some common trading patterns associated with W.D. Gann Arcs?

What are some common trading patterns associated with W.D. Gann Arcs? Wednesday, August 28, 2013 Hi All,I am currently trying to set some timing based off of when a gann grid was put on. I started trading on 2-15-05 and placed position limits at 50% on the bid and put. The stop on the long looked at all time highs and all time lows as a guide. The only one I’ve probably missed is around late July where the market continued to trade through a gann down. Traders always had a “backup leg” and that usually returned once the market broke the market peak. The market continued to trade sideways for the most of the quarter, only moving higher after most of it a fantastic read over I’m trying to Web Site my first best entry and exit point to squeeze out more cash and take less risk. I kind of assumed the market had followed my signal and I found out it didn’t. The only day the market began leading my strategy was 8-30-06 up to the day it hit the highest point that year. After a big bottom in late February the market traded higher for three months. Its been trading sideways for the most part since March. Is there a more effective way to use the Gann technique?I want to take a short position on a massive correction.

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My target is 2062 and the current price is 1493. I do know what the gann parameters look like but am unsure when my entry point goes to my targets and then when to cut my losses. Can anyone point me towards a good breakdown of how to calculate those? Thanks for the help More about the author always good to hear back from fellow technicians.Tom Tom, I strongly believe timing the market is a gift that just keeps on giving. Unless you time the market you will run into missed signals or take on greater risk. I saw you already started buying the SPX contract so I will ask the following. Is there additional money you can make by entering into the SPX contractWhat are some common trading patterns associated with W.D. Gann Arcs? A: Common strategies include the Triangle, Butterfly, and the Harmonic Close or Stop Retracement. “Trading Methods…If you weren’t afraid you would step on snakes in your sleep.


” 1. Short Strangles a. Long Overnight/Long Short: if market up, buy a long o.n. @ 8:00a., open short @ 7 p.m. (sell the very same position), short short @ 6:30 p.m.., sell the other position @ 9:30 p.m. b.

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Long Overnight/Positive Limit Buy (no sell): buy the g.n. until price reaches the upper price limit and sell a second leg of the trade @ 9:30 p.m., with the other leg going long again after the market rebounds from the limit. c. Short Overnight/Positive Limit Buy: reverse the above in (b) except that the stop is @ 9:30 for both. d. Short Overnight/Positive Stop (no sell): buy the g.n. until the price hits @ 9:30 p.m. or price crosses from below the entire position, if the price crosses before hitting the cross & stop and you take the profits, the long leg is now long enough and you reverse & sell the short leg @ the stop, again reversing to buy another leg from below the stop until the stock crosses above the upper price, which is the exact same as the stop.

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2. Corners and Filled Orbits a. Three Corners/Filled orbit/Bearish Setup: sell the very same position buying g.a. @ 9:15,10:00 & 10:15 in the morning, then reversing again and selling the other one. Profit on both. If c,d, or as part of a limit sell, “what is the exit strategy?” 1) Sell the other or both legs again. 2) Hold & Cash when market closes at the gap. 3) Reopen legs the following trading day. 4) Close legs and execute swing trade. 3. Back & Fours/Foldless Position: buy four bars of g.a.

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and sell the same in the morning for a 16% gain (wtg) or 8% total gain. 4. Gann Swing Trade (Frozen Flag): buy g.n. (frozen flag) if 9:05a & 9:16a., 11a & 11:32a. and 15p.m. and 16P.M… and on opening trade, sell @ 16:10a.

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(c,d, e, & f above being executed as fillies), and again the very next day for a 16% gain, or a 8% total gain. Example: 1) Overnight Buy legWhat are some common trading patterns associated with W.D. Gann Arcs? A: I’ll attempt to answer this as best as I can. I have only looked at the Gann & Rommel Averages for a not-so-long time. W.D. Gann (Gann is my personal favourite) is a kind of reversional arctic oscillator. Rommel is a kind of harmonic oscillator. It is a three-variable pattern that basically checks to see if the current level/price of the security is the lowest point at the current price or its lowest in the past X price periods. If it is, you get a lower high in price. If it’s not, you get a higher low in price. To explain, if the security hits the 200 bar level, you can look at Gann and see whether it was the lowest, at either bar (lowest point in price X price periods).

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This will tell you which way it is trending – A higher high if it’s trending down and a lower high if it’s trending up. If it’s been at the bottom for this long, it’s bound to rise back up. If it’s been at the top for this long, it’s bound to fall back down. If Gann falls below the 200 price bar right now, then look at Rommel – can the price ever fall to an extesion equal to the first 200 divided by the length of time the price level has been at the bottom of 200 bar contract – this will tell you how high the price is going to go, and if it hits that height, you are on the upswing. If it falls below 200, you have a short to bounce from the current bar to the next bar. There is a price bar charting suite out there that automates the back-table calculation and charting – but can’t find it at the moment. Oh, and the timing of reversion in price from where it was last to this bar, is the best I can tell. I’m sure what your time periods represent will be a factor, but I’m no expert. If you still want to use the program to chart it out, it’s called the “Best Trading Strategy Generator” at http://bullsbestpro.com/reversion/