Sound, light and heat are all forms of vibration. Each field has its own spectrum or scale of vibration. Sound is an impulse of air striking the organs of hearing with a perceptible effect. Light is that action wherein objects are made visible. Heat is another force, similar to sound and light, in that it has a rate of vibration also. Each of these natural actions have their spectra occupying niches in the huge vibrational spectrum of nature.
Modern science indicates that all bodies, unless at the absolute zero of temperature assigned by physicists as minus 273 degrees Centigrade-emit vibrations. Most of these vibrations are not visible to the eye, sensitive to the touch or audible to the ear. The frequencies, or rates of vibration, vary from a few cycles per second to millions of cycles per second and include everything from sound waves to gamma and cosmic rays.
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Many scientists are presently involved with cycles, and the number is growing each year. But for the most part each is studying cycles in his own particular field-economic cycles, earthquake cycles, cycles of disease, cycles of animal abundance, and many more. Few scholars, if any, outside of the Foundation for the Study of Cycles are studying cycles as such.
One reason for this state of affairs is that among those who have not examined the evidence there is a certain amount of skepticism about the meaningfulness of these cyclic behaviors.
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In 1954, at the age of nearly 76, W.D. Gann released a course based upon mathematical rules for making market predictions. In the advertisement for this method the author of the add writes: “We will not sell the course of instructions or teach the mathematical formula for market predictions just to get money, which we do not need or have to have; we will only sell the courses to people wh meet our requirements, and if we feel after a thorough investigation that a man or woman cannot make a success investing or trading we will refuse to teach them the courses”. “The Master Calculator can only be used with the Master Courses. It is not sold separate from the other courses”.
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Gann students are all very familiar with the Square of Nine. Traders World Magazine has had numerous articles written in past issues about this very unique calculator. Past articles have primarily focused on the Chart’s unique number arrangement, which aligns the natural squares of whole numbers in a diagonal line. The squares of even numbers being opposite or 180-deg to the squares of odd numbers on the chart. The reason for constructing a chart like this is based upon the hypothesis that each positive whole number, i.e. the regular counting numbers1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc. all correspond to some specific degree or angle of a circle between 0° and 360°.
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The Idea of ‘time & price’ squared or equal, assumes a perfect balance. This is what you would have when a stock’s price is resting on a trendline provided that the trendline is a true 45 degree slope or a one unit of time and one unit of price. When the stock touches such a trendline the time duration is exactly equal to the price change so the balance is perfect and we then see the stock either bounce off the trendline (a kind of change in trend- acceleration of existing trend) or it breaks thru the trendline and a reversal trend is started.
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Stock prices move in direct response to only two influences-stock market cycles and the economic outlook-and only indirectly in response to such things as fashion, fundamentals and fiction.
This is fortunate ( 1) because economic trends are usually long-range movements and, in any event, are now so thoroughly studied and well-publicized that with a modicum of effort a man can become a passable amateur economist, and ( 2) because cycles in the market beat and repeat with such remarkable regularity that from a study of cycle history . . . “a man may prophesy with a near aim, of the main chance of things as yet not come to life … ”
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ASTRONOMICAL DIVISION OF THE HEAVENS
In order to understand a science well, we have to get acquainted with its fundamentals or elements. They represent the frame of the entire building. If a fundament is lacking, in other words, when the basic laws are not completely and thoroughly understood, we are constantly limping. Otherwise everything seems to be half baked. Half-baked knowledge is very dangerous and costly.
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Venus revolves around the Sun in 61.8% of I year (365 days). Uranus revolves around the Sun in 84 years.These two planets possess the unique Fibonacci relationship of 0.618! Figure I shows the relationship of Venus and Uranus when they are on opposite sides of the earth or in opposition (180° apart). This is how it would appear from the Earth looking up into the sky. It takes 225 days for Venus and Uranus to make a complete cycle from conjunction (0°) to conjunction (0°). If we take 365 days and multiply it by 0.618 the answer is 225 days.
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In this article, you were introduced to an unconventional concept of stock price motion. Before applying the resulting price-motion model you must develop confidence in it-and that is part of the purpose of this article. If the “X motivation” concept is valid, it must be able to explain the existence and reoccurrence of common chart patterns-and why they impart information to the investor. Thus, reconciliation of the model with the precepts of charting is strong evidence of the validity of the model-which adds to confidence in usage.
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The basic tools of the Wyckoff practitioner are the bar chart and the point-and-ﬁgure chart. Historically, students of the Wyckoff method have re-ferred to these two types of charts as the vertical line chart and the ﬁgure chart. In addition, students of the Wyckoff method use a third type of chart, the line chart.
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