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Gilbert Steele’s Time & Dimension Chart By Larry Jacobs

Acouple of years ago Gilbert Steele contacted me and was interested in writing several a rticles for Traders World. He explained his story of how 33 three years ago he was standing in church and challenged God to be real to him in a very special way. He then had what is called an out of body experience. He found himself in a tunnel traveling through time and space. In this tunnel travel he had received a revelation regarding the math required to predict the stock market.

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Biblical Stock Trading By Joseph Arechiga

For the past few years I’ve been involved in trading stocks. However my trading usually resulted in two things. One being the loss of my hard-earned money. The second being because I’d lost money I’d be driven to pursue new techniques to use in my trading. Last November I decided I’d had enough of using the programs of others. Many of the investors who offer their techniques and strategies were unreliable because they relied upon wild and/or risky trades that could have resulted in serious damages. So I decided that I would no longer rely on the programs of others. I would now rather develop my own programs to trade with, using another mentor, say, someone like God.

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Gann Theory By James A. Hyerczyk

Gann Theory can be described as the study of pattern, price and time relationships and how these relationships affect the market. Gann Theory looks at pattern, price and time as the key elements in forecasting the future movement of the market. While each element has its own unique characteristics, each also has a unique, overlapping quality. The study and focus of Gann Theory is to find the interlocking relationship between these three primary indicators of changes in trend and market direction. In other words, in certain instances a pattern is having a large influence on the market while at other times price and time are exerting their dominance on the market.

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The Future of Financial Astrology By Patrick Mikula

The history of financial astrology is quite fascinating. It is a known fact that some of the greatest market traders and forecasters used financial astrology but the method has never been able to gain wide support in the financial community. The reason for this lack of acceptance is that financial astrology has always been a very discretionary approach to trading and requires a large amount of time just to learn the basics. At the Vibration Research Institute we are working to automate financial astrology into what we have named Mechanical Astrology. This term refers to fully mechanical astrology trading systems.

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Astrology Points the Way for Our Future Economic Outlook By Alphee Lavoie

In the last few years most of America has been enjoying a very good economy. Astrologically it is easy to see the reasons for this rising economy. In the early 1900’s, financial astrologer, Louise McWhirter, predicted changes in the U.S. economy by using the North Nodes of the Moon. According to her findings when the North node of the Moon enters the sign of Scorpio the economy goes from ‘below normal’ to ‘normal’. When the node reaches the sign Leo the economy is above ‘normal’. When it enters the sign Taurus the economy starts to go from ‘normal’ to ‘below normal’ until it reaches the sign Aquarius when it hits the bottom. From the time that the Node is in the sign Aquarius to Scorpio the economy goes from ‘below normal’ to ‘normal’ again.

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Trading on Scales By John Chapman

Scaling is a simple, but very useful, technique employed by most professional traders and misused by some with serious consequences). Trading on a scale simply means staggering your purchases or sales instead of doing everything at a single level. Conceptually it is trivial, but hidden in the simplicity is a set of very useful tools. These don’t tell you which way the market will go, but they can do a lot to optimize your existing forecasting tools and can help you cope with a number of human weaknesses.

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Leading and Lagging Indicators: Achieving A Balance By Joe DiNapoli

How would you like a trading methodology that gives you predefined entry levels, reasonably tight stops, and precalculated profit objectives as soon as you enter the move? We’re not through. Add to that a very high percentage of winning trades. This is not only the promise but it can also be the reality of properly mixing high quality leading and lagging indicators in an overall trading methodology.

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Timing is a Measurement Tempo is a Rate of Speed By Joe Rondinone

Eerything in our universe has measurements. We wear shoes of different sizes, different size clothes, different size cars, we have two and four door cars, different horse power motors. Our house is at 44 SO SO street, the house has four bedrooms, three baths, two stories and a two car garage. We measure our height and weight, we count our money and so on… What can you think of that is not a measurement in size, value or price? Of course we all know this, right? We as traders are interested in prices, everything we trade is by price.

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How to Succeed in the Markets By Neal Hughes

Truths about trading, published in the hope you will avoid learning this the hard way:

1. How to save a lot of money and increase your trading capital. (There is no Holy Grail) There is no magical mathematical system that will consistently make money in the markets. All mechanical trading systems experience periods of profit and periods of losses. I’ve seen reports of the best trading systems having winning trades on average only 48% of the time. Winning 60% of the time is considered spectacular for mechanical systems. Most people lose money on trading systems, this is because they quit during a string of losses. If you follow a blind system, you have to stick with it, even during bad times; this can require deep pockets. Most people cannot do that, so trying to buy a “successful system” is futile for most people. For discretionary traders, there are also no magical indicators, which generate good signals all the time. The trader must learn to know when an indicator should be followed, and when it should be ignored.

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W.D Gann’s May Soybean Chart: A Fascinating Insight By Myles Wilson

I thought it would be interesting to take a look at Gann’s actual price chart for May Soybeans 1948-1949 and see what techniques we could see him using on the chart. Top left is the astrological symbol for the planet Jupiter just at the beginning of a Jupiter trend line (1) He started this trend line on the 4th of October 1948 when Jupiter was at 22 degrees Sagittarius. 22 degrees Sagittarius is also 262 degrees of the 360 degree circle. Gann’s first price marking was at 262 cents and then he started moving his trend line up by 1 cent every time Jupiter moved by 1 degree. I notice that he also noted the fractions of the degree as well.

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