Same reasoning for NZDCAD

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DislikedHi Everybody Thanks to DimonsMiner for start this topic and thanks to all who took participants, specially Parisboy i was reading the topic at the weekend. really enjoyed it. i've never heard of Gann till DimondMiner decided to share his knowledge about it. now i use Gann Fan and they works very well but there is a big problem: when i draw a Gann Fann on the chart and drag the chart to left or right, scale changes. it caues the Gann Fan change to! so for resolve this problem you need to tick "scale fix one by one"on properties. after you did it,...Ignored

Does anyone have the 504MB video already downloaded and doesn't mind uploading to a direct-download site?

Not having any luck with the torrent

Thanks

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Disliked{quote} Hi majomember, I will explain progressively my viewpoint on scaling . To begin let's say that TradingView (that I use) scales correctly (almost gann-like) as most of platforms. This chart shows APPLE 1 Year Daily As you can see the Low of the 1 Year Period is (graphically observed) 143 $ and the Top = 233 $ Range is 243 - 143 = 90 $ 90 $ / 8 = 11.25 $ 11.25 is roughly the Gann Octave used by Gann dividing by 8 the Range between a significant Top and a significant Low. It is what I called Gann version 1.0 Note that TradingView automatically...Ignored

https://www.tradingview.com/x/ad2qEkDn/

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Disliked{quote} Thank you, parisboy. I started looking into using 50% (and 50% of 50%) angles. When drawn on Weekly, Daily, Hourly charts, they indicate the turning points and S/R levels pretty well and in advance. Below are the charts for GBPUSD (Weekly - Red, Daily - Blue, Hourly - Black) {image} {image} {image} {image}Ignored

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Disliked{quote} Hallo, Does anyone have the 504MB video already downloaded and doesn't mind uploading to a direct-download site? Not having any luck with the torrent ThanksIgnored

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DislikedHi Everybody Thanks to DimonsMiner for start this topic and thanks to all who took participants, specially Parisboy i was reading the topic at the weekend. really enjoyed it. i've never heard of Gann till DimondMiner decided to share his knowledge about it. now i use Gann Fan and they works very well but there is a big problem: when i draw a Gann Fann on the chart and drag the chart to left or right, scale changes. it caues the Gann Fan change to! so for resolve this problem you need to tick "scale fix one by one"on properties. after you did it,...Ignored

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Time can be date and time, but it's also number of periods (e.g. 8 bars on H1 chart = 8hours)

So I'm believing it is possible to count candles to the turns

I'm still at rudimentary stage but I believe and working on it.

I'm using the angle of first impulse wave retracement and multipliers of Root 2, Root 3, Root 5, ...[ Roots of Fib numbers ]

If anyone else is advanced down this path, kindly add any insights you may have

Thanks

So I'm believing it is possible to count candles to the turns

I'm still at rudimentary stage but I believe and working on it.

I'm using the angle of first impulse wave retracement and multipliers of Root 2, Root 3, Root 5, ...[ Roots of Fib numbers ]

If anyone else is advanced down this path, kindly add any insights you may have

Thanks

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1. First retracement degree. Then the degree number itself or degrees/2 or degrees/4 confirms base candle count

2. Base candle count * roots of Fib numbers OR * 1.618 OR *1.236 OR * 1.764 ( i guess also * 1.382 )

Since they are harmonics of each other, they show each other up (each provides the next and they converge at given counts)

In so, doing they paint a picture as price moves along, like a brush painting candles.

When they converge at an area ( like candles 60 and 63 and 65 ), they lead + lag each other.

Combine that with S/R, pins (candle wicks) and candle patterns (e.g. morning/evening star, head & shoulders), you know where it's going next without fighting (without forcing your opinions on what price should do next)

Becomes like a dance...price leading, you following. A thing of beauty

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2. Base candle count * roots of Fib numbers OR * 1.618 OR *1.236 OR * 1.764 ( i guess also * 1.382 )

Since they are harmonics of each other, they show each other up (each provides the next and they converge at given counts)

In so, doing they paint a picture as price moves along, like a brush painting candles.

When they converge at an area ( like candles 60 and 63 and 65 ), they lead + lag each other.

Combine that with S/R, pins (candle wicks) and candle patterns (e.g. morning/evening star, head & shoulders), you know where it's going next without fighting (without forcing your opinions on what price should do next)

Becomes like a dance...price leading, you following. A thing of beauty

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Disliked1. First retracement degree. Then the degree number itself or degrees/2 or degrees/4 confirms base candle count 2. Base candle count * roots of Fib numbers OR * 1.618 OR *1.236 OR * 1.764 ( i guess also * 1.382 ) Since they are harmonics of each other, they show each other up (each provides the next and they converge at given counts) In so, doing they paint a picture as price moves along, like a brush painting candles. When they converge at an area ( like candles 60 and 63 and 65 ), they lead + lag each other. Combine that with S/R, pins (candle...Ignored

Hi Fundi,

could You please explain Your decision making (thought) process? Or explain where did You found those numbers? I am keen on learning this to add this to my arsenal.

Regards.

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Disliked{quote} Thanks parisboy that's some very useful info, but also I think I might have discovered a very quick and easy way of scaling, in Tradingview if you right click on chart and go to settings/scales there is an option there called "Lock Price To Bar Ratio". I just filled in 1 and looks like the chart is now scaled in perfect 1 to 1 ratio as this image demonstrates: https://www.tradingview.com/x/ad2qEkDn/Ignored

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Been in and out most of the day, some days you got so much crap to do nothing you want to do gets done. NZDUSD Daily Nodal Chart with Price Retracements.

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Hello everyone. I am new to studying Gann, but it seems I have done some stuff that has been similar to his studies. So I thought i would start to investigate more. I'm sure there is something somewhere that relates to this. I literally just started this specific experiment two days ago, so not much to back it up at this point. Did it on a small TF just to see what it looks like. Ran downward angles from swing high and upward from swing low. It was interesting how often we had a turn where some of the angles crossed. For the down I've only marked from the -15* and -30*. No.. it did catch every turn, nor was there a reaction at every crossing, but still interesting IMO. Also interesting, and I'll show in another chart. If you put a horizontal line at the crossing of angles, they worked very well as S/R levels. Nothing really to trade off yet, but something interesting nonetheless.

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Same chart removed vertical line, and added horizontal. Obviously a little crowded on a 1hr chart, would be interesting on a high TF. Note: it didn't catch the low from yesterday, but the spike came very close to the 30*angle line. I would show, but if I move anything the lines change angles. Anyway I still thought this was pretty interesting

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Check this on out, I just did it on a Eurusd weekly chart. 6 hit the turn right on, one missed by a week and the other had no real reaction (slightly lighter arrows). 6 out of 7 found a turn. Not bad. Note: there is one area where two landed within a week of each other. Let's see how the horizontals line up as S/R levels

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Heelfan23, well it appears your jumping in with both feet. That is exactly how we learn and learn well. Personally, I am a Gann fan but admit Gann is sometimes hard to follow. As I have said before, Jenkins has deciphered Gann and is easier to understand. Good Job stay with it, Welcome to the Thread Heelfan23!!!

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