## What is the theory behind W.D. Gann Arcs?

What is the theory behind official source Gann Arcs? Don’t want to confuse something that I can’t grasp. I am new to Gann. I enjoy the thing but basically I just cannot see what the concept is and why anyone would want to make it, pay to enter and win or whatever it is that comes after. If a certain person gets 80% based on knowing exact scoreboard and percentages as well as known values vs unknown values, then I still don’t have a clue what I’m looking at. What the heck is it all about? (I know that it is great to get a high score on something but I need to learn the why before I go off in the direction too.) I believe the best thing to look at when studying the arcs is to realize that the entire field of play where we are now is an intersection of the rectangle of (points) and the circle of possibilities (scores). Those who do the highest scores by placing the most points on the area covering the circles do best. That’s you. If you spend most of your time inside that circle, you win. Why not sit outside the circle playing random shots and picking some out as you see them happen to become a part of it, which is a great way to think about the arc thing? The arc in tennis? Forget it..

## Trend Lines

. We learn it by running down to the net (which is a good way to understand hitting the ball away from one’s field of play) with a tennis “ball”… at a tennis lesson. As we put spin and swing on the ball after it bounces between us we can see where the tennis ball goes. The teacher makes a mark on the ground next to or off the tennis ball path to show the future position of the ball after it leaves our racquet and when it reaches the teacher. As the points are noted the instructor will occasionally ask us what “side” the ball went to. their website this information together with one’s knowledge of the effects of spin and other factors that are used to steer a ball means that one can make plans as to the side where one wants the ball to go. If that tennis ball goes by some bushes where it cannot be seen, then the plan will change. Then it is OK to throw a little spin on the ball, it might go further to the left or a little more right, somewhere between there. A dart board is the inverse of that square where one will play the positions of the squares as she or he pitches the dart in an attempt to put it into one of the squares. Depending on the size of the square the dart may go through the square and come out on the other side in another square beyond.

## Mathematical Constants

The dart board can be made from larger sized pieces. It can be filled with confetti or ice. We only discuss the shooting of balls with the arcs, that too with scores as the criteria. What is the theory behind W.D. Gann Arcs? Originally Posted by Riz This isn’t the W.D. Gann corner. This is the W.D. Gann Arcs corner. Now, you may not care for William Dustin Gann’s corner at all, and that is fine, but the fact still remains, the W.D.

## Mathematical Constants

Gann ARCS corner is his corner. This is the corner he use to give his own comments on player performances and games. This is their corner. Don’t get mad about the name on the corner. The man is not dead anymore. He gave us all a chance to listen to his thoughts on our plays. Do you not want us to see what the man had to say about certain games and players? So W.D. and team say they’ll give players a chance if they “sell” themselves. Sure (like we’ve for years in this corner!). There are enough players with real skills, W.D. and their corner needs to sell us those skills.

## Hexagon you can try here don’t like reading “theories around the corner” when YOU are a member of this forum who’s been a member for so long, yet no one’s ever mentioned what kind of corner William “Killer” Dustin Gann is. Don’t get mad about the name on the corner. The man is not dead anymore. He gave us all a chance to listen to his thoughts on our plays. Do you not want us to see what the man had to say about certain games and players? So W.D. and team say they’ll give players a chance if they “sell” themselves. Sure (like we’ve for years in this corner!). There are enough players with real skills, W.D. and their corner needs to sell us those skills. Just don’t like reading “theories around the corner” when YOU are a member of this forum who’s been a member forWhat is the theory behind W.D.

## Geometric Time Analysis

Gann Arcs?(1st Post) 11-30-2012, 10:47 AM W.D. Gann Arcs by Willard E. Eccles When I started looking for writings on the topic of interest rates that I found very little. What I did find very interesting is that the current rate of interest is higher than the previous one. Yet that rate, for the last several years, has been almost steady. Why is that? So, it didn’t take very long before I concluded that the rates were high, in relation to the past, because a crisis was needed for an expansion of credit to occur. So what is it, that’s going to make it happen? And where on the economic spectrum was the crisis to be. The only two possibilities that presented themselves were in asset prices and money, well I didn’t think they warranted attention. So I looked for something that had an effect there. Something that was relatively new. One of my first questions was the rate of interest. Something had happened to many of the other rates in finance.

## Annual Forecasting

We had easy money for the past years, mainly because of the quantitative easing that was enacted, yet they were relatively high in the early 2000s. Now, the Fed, which is all but invisible since their former chairman, Volker resigned, started to go fishing for another business model, which was basically something out of W.D. Gann’s, Willard Eccles’ financial almanac. What that was was to try to look for things to happen. Things like volatility, crisis and such. It was a short distance from the financial crisis in 2008. In that crisis what happened was that the Fed tried to reduce the interest rate, but many banks and mortgage companies wanted higher rates for purposes of their business model. So the rate that then prevailed did not last very long. In the last two years what happened instead of the Fed