W. D. GANN’S MARKET FORECASTING SYSTEM CRACKED!

Nuggets from my Research – Volume 1

The Law of Vibration

by the Patterns

by
Dr. Lorrie Bennett

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Dedication and Author Comment ……………………………………………………………………………………………… i
A Note on Security Measures …………………………………………………………………………………………………… ii
Table of Contents  …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… iii
An Introduction to Dr. Bennett and Her Work by Ken Macht .………………………………………………… xii
Publisher’s Introduction
The Higher Purpose of Gann Theory   ……………………………………….…………………………..……………… xvii
Origin and Development of the Series …………………………………………………………………..……………… xxii
On Baumring and Wave Mechanics    …………………………………………………………………………….…… xxvii

Wave Patterns. 1

Why Study the Law of Vibration by the Patterns?. 1

What Tools Do You Need to Do the Exercise?. 2

References. 4

What Am I Supposed to Be Learning?. 4

Getting Started on the Model 9

Cycle Structure. 11

Wavelength. 11

How to Measure a Cycle – Node to Node. 12

Nodal Points. 12

Wave Structure. 13

How to Build a Cycle. 13

Create the Waves of the Cycle. 14

Hurst Already Has This! 15

How Do I Read the Charts?. 16

Basic Waves. 16

Positive or Negative Phasing. 16

Fundamental Interval 16

Assigning Values to the Intervals. 17

Wave Direction. 17

4 Wave Cycle Structures. 18

What to Look for to Differentiate the Different Cycle Structures.. 28

Additional Wave View.. 29

The 8ths Wave Structure. 32

Understanding How Cycle Harmonics Combine: The Composite Cycle. 36

Compound vs. Simple Composite Waves. 38

Summational Cycle Applied in the Soybean Market 42

The Importance of Studying the Theoretical Waves. 44

Events Happening Inside the Waves. 44

1.                  Retracements: 44

2.                  Congestion: 44

3.                  Extreme moves: 44

4.                  Crossing Waves: 44

Applying the Base Theoretical Waves to a Market 46

Variations of the Same Base 4 Wave Structure. 49

General Chart Formations. 58

Run Formations or Grinds. 60

Top Structures. 62

Bottom Structures. 65

Range Formations or Stumps. 67

Sequence of Waves that Occur due to Direction of Cycles at Starting Point 69

Natural Partner Cycles. 70

Inverting Waves Creating Other Base Wave Patterns. 74

Node Inversions. 75

Node 1 Inversions: 75

Node 2 Inversions: 75

Nodes and Andrews. 76

Chart Formations and the Markets. 79

Dow 2002 to 2007 Bull Market & 2009 Bear Structure. 80

DOW 2009 to 2017 Cycle Structure. 82

What About Intraday?. 83

Common Periods of Time Create Similar Chart Patterns (DOW) 84

Wave Mechanics. 85

Measuring the Market (Learning to Count) 86

Getting the Correct Market Direction. 86

NOW, Count! 91

LOV Daily Time Segment Counts (Calendar Days) 91

Another Way to Count 93

May the Force Be with You. 95

Vectors. 97

Acceleration and Deceleration of Price Lines. 98

Angle of Attack. 98

Normal Lines. 102

Angles of Reflection. 104

Applying Normal Lines and Angles of Reflections. 106

Reflective Lines and Price Channels. 111

To Build a Channel 111

Acceleration and Deceleration Formula. 117

Rise. 117

Run. 117

Acceleration rate. 117

Key Points to Note. 118

Harmonic Composition and Decomposition. 119

Definitions. 119

Decomposition. 119

Composition: 119

Waves Shapes. 120

Sine Wave. 120

Geometric Wave/Square Wave. 120

Triangle Wave. 120

Saw Tooth Wave. 120

Deflagration: (Gaps) 121

Discontinuity. 121

Shocks: Up & Down Shocks. 121

Attenuation. 123

Attenuation in the Markets. 124

 Other Key Components of Waves and Their Market Appearance. 126

Rarefaction. 126

Relaxation Time. 126

Dissipative Process. 127

Dilatational Wave. 127

Compressional Wave. 127

Wave Front 128

Wave Length. 128

Distortional Wave. 128

Effects of Volume in the Markets. 128

Very, Very Important Aspect of Waves Cancelation and Disappearance. 129

Using Decomposition in Market Analysis and Trading. 129

Shapes of Moves in the Market. 132

Ranges or Many Weeks in Narrow Range. 132

Waves and Parabolas. 133

Waves in the Market? Got That! Really?. 135

Transmission Impairments to Wave Propagation. 137

·                Attenuation. 137

·                Fading. 137

·                Distortion. 137

·                Interference. 137

·                Noise. 137

Putting Theory into a Forecast 138

1.                  The development of dates. 138

2.                  Repeating individual wave structures. 138

3.                  Creation of composite waves. 138

Working with a Market (Step by Step) - Silver. 139

A.                  Choose a Market: Silver. 139

B.                  Beginning to Measure. 140

C.                       Which Lengths to Choose. 144

D.                  Angle of Attack and Reflection. 147

E.                   Using History to Create a Forecast 148

Summary of Initial Market Analysis. 149

Forecast Type 1: Developing Dates. 149

To Generate a Date. 149

BUT My Software Doesn’t Draw Those. 150

Draw a Date Line. 150

Forecast Type 2: Repeating Individualized Waves. 151

Comparisons to Use. 151

Comparing Soybean Waves. 152

Comparing S&P Waves. 155

Another S&P Angle of Attack. 156

Similar Wave Structures. 158

Gann Grids and Fans. 160

Applying the Grids. 161

Silver. 161

     A Glimpse of Price by Using Gann Fans. 167

How to Know You Are Doing Something Right?. 168

What should you do with a chart like this?. 174

Law of Periodicity: Repetition of Pattern Defines Law of Periodicity. 175

Using Chart Formation Similarities to Find Periodic Patterns. 178

Forecast Type 3: Composite Wave Projections. 180

Market Tracings. 185

Understanding Tracings. 185

Master Charts. 186

Projection Charts. 190

How to Make Up Annual Forecasts. 192

Page 8 of Master Time Factor and Forecasting by Mathematical Rules. 192

Page 12, Individual Stocks. 192

Did Gann use Composite Wave Projections?. 193

Wheat 193

A. Wheat Cycles for 1949 Master Chart 194

B. Gann’s 1949 Commodity Futures Prices Projection from his Ephemeris. 195

C. Author Reproduction of the Multi-Year Price Line Tracings Based on Available Wheat Data. 196

D. Reconstructed Wheat Projection Based on Prior Year Composite Wave. 197

E. Composite and Price Lines with Actual Wheat Tracing for 1949. 198

Gann’s 1929 Dow Jones Industrials Forecast 199

Reproducing Gann’s 1929 Forecast 202

DOW 1919. 205

DOW 1920. 206

DOW 1921. 206

DOW 1922. 207

Dow 2017 Main Trend Projection. 208

Dow 2017 Intermediate Trend Projection. 208

Smoothing the Curve in Silver 209

Recreating George Marechal’s Dow Forecast 216

Gann and His Time Rules. 220

10 Year Rules. 220

Rule 4. 221

Rule 5. 221

Rule 2. 221

Rule 3. 222

Rule 8. 222

Rule 1 (Time Exception) 222

Rule 1 Culminations of Trend Times. 222

7 Year Cycle. 223

Rule 6. 223

Rule 7. 223

Rule 9. 225

Rule 11. 226

Author’s Notes. 226

Strong Directionality Market 226

Know your trend to know what to expect! 226

How to differentiate the direction of move expected at a Support or Resistance line in TIME. 227

Rule 12. 229

Gann’s Counting Squares. 233

Counts 6, 7, 8 Steps: 234

Counts 4, 5, 6 Steps: 234

Counts 8, 9, 10 Steps: 234

Counts 11, 12, 13 Steps: 234

Counts 19, 20, 21 Steps: 235

Working with the Corn Market 236

Looking at the Soybean Market in 2017. 240

30-Year Segments. 240

10-Year Segments. 241

Longer Segments. 242

7-Year Segments. 242

15-Year segments. 243

Type 2 Forecast 245

Timing Points for Soybean’s Next Move. 246

Type 3 Forecast 247

Waldo Points. 249

Angle of Attack Price Line Projection. 250

Looking at the Wheat Market in 2017. 251

A Visual Inspection. 251

Taking Measures. 251

 Creating a Type 2 Forecast 253

Evaluating the 2017 Current Market for a Possible Long Trade. 254

What is a bottom?. 254

When might this latest low (2nd higher bottom) form?. 257

Can we determine the possible price levels for the highs of the “prior weeks”?. 257

Trade Setup, Entry and Stop Loss. 258

How to Convert 1-3 Cents to Current Price Levels. 258

1st considered Stop Loss level 258

2nd considered Stop Loss level 259

Pyramid Opportunity. 259

Void Trade Setup. 260

Long Term Outlook for Wheat from the Law of Periodicity. 260

Wheat, Corn and Soybeans Comparison. 261

Comparing Two Markets (Wheat and Corn) 262

Long Position Outlook. 262

Short Position Outlook. 262

Comparing Two Markets (Soybeans and Corn) 262

Can we relate any other markets to Wheat?. 263

Status of Wheat in 2017. 264

The Yardstick. 267

Defining the Yardstick. 267

Using the Yardstick – A Look at Crude Oil 270

Crude Oil 270

Crude’s Measures. 271

The Charts Grids and Fans from the Yardstick Measure. 272

Seeing the Future in the Waves. 275

Type 2 Forecast for Crude (Individual Waves) 276

Comparisons that Could be Used in Crude. 276

Type 3 Crude Forecast 278

Working with the Bond Market. 279

Learning to See the Obvious. 279

How to use Waves in Evaluating your Market?. 280

First Step into Geometry. 284

Future Books in the Series. 285

Appendix A - From Sacred Science Institute: 286

The Application of Wave Mechanics to Financial Market Forecasting: A Brief Description of The Analysis of Theoretical Wave Mechanic Charts & Their Correlation of Financial Market Price Charts as Taught by Dr. Jerome Baumring. 286

BASIC OBSERVATIONS. 286

Composition: (PATTERNS) 286

Wavelength: (PATTERNS & NUMBERS) 287

Phasing: (PATTERNS & PLANETS) 287

Pattern Formation: (PATTERNS) 288

MARKET APPLICATIONS. 288

Counting: (PATTERNS & NUMBERS) 289

Reactions and Congestion: (PATTERNS) 289

Pattern Recognition: (PATTERNS) 290

Angle of Attack: (PATTERNS) 291

Geometric Structure: (GEOMETRY) 292

Problems: 292

NOTES: 293

Appendix B - 5-Wave Theoretical Models on CD.. 294

Appendix C - References for Further Study of Waves: Sound. 295

Wave Types. 295

https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Engineering_Acoustics/Wave_Motion_in_Elastic_Solids  295

https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Engineering_Acoustics/Qualitative_Description_of_Shocks  295

Nonlinear Generation of Harmonics. 295

https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Engineering_Acoustics/Harmonic_Generation. 295

Progressive Wave Deformation. 296

Frequency Analysis of Solutions Obtained Using the Method of Characteristics. 298

Direct Analytical Solution to Harmonic Profile. 300

References. 302

Types of Attenuation. 303

https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Engineering_Acoustics/Attenuation_of_Sound_Waves  303

Viscosity and Heat conduction. 303

Boundary Layer Losses. 303

Relaxation (Composition/Decomposition Phases) 304

Appendix D – Method for Forecasting the Stock Market – by W. D. Gann. 305

Appendix E - Forecasting Grains by Time Cycles …………………………………………………………………….328

End  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….337

 

 

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