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What to Look for When Trading Stock

The most important factor in determining a shift in the stock market is a solar eclipse.  This occurs when the Sun and Moon are conjunct with the North (Rahu) or the South (Ketu) Nodes of the Moon. A solar eclipse occurs every six months either in Rahu or Ketu.

An eclipse is very unpredictable, but one thing is for sure — they cause reverses. A Ketu eclipse causes a down trend in the market, whereas a Rahu eclipse will cause an up trend. The shift begins to move toward the following eclipse. Planets conjoined or aspecting these eclipse points flavor the effects. The sign (sidereal) the eclipse falls in has great emphasis on what kinds of stocks will rise or fall.

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Gann Signs Introduction

Many of you have spent countless hours pouring over Gann’s notes, with little result. This has left many disillusioned, about Gann and his methods. Hopefully, we can cut to the chase here, as you take a guided tour through “Tunnel thru the Air” and other Gann works.

W.D.Gann’s “The Tunnel Thru the Air” has been studied by generations of traders, since he  wrote it in 1927. Whilst there has been much conjecture about the veiled messages contained in his text, there has been little evidence published to support the theory, that some PRACTICAL  astrotools were disguised in the TTTTA text.

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Precise Projections with Basic Geometry

A simple right triangle may be used as a template for illustrating important market moves. It is also the basis for generating additional, more complex templates. This particular right triangle has one leg twice the length of the other leg. Therefore, it is termed The One-Two Right Triangle. This triangle has unique properties, particularly in relation to Pi and frac-tional components of Pi (3.14159). A few of these are demonstrated in the following pages. These properties graphically illustrate geometric relationships between market moves as long as 40 years, many of which are perfect to the exact trading day.

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Bar Grouping Technique

Short-term trends may be seen on an hourly or daily chart. Intermediate trends may manifest more clearly on a weekly chart, while long-term trends show up nicely on the monthly charts. Having more than a single perspective of trends, as well as support & resistance, provides extremely valuable information for making trading decisions. For example, if you are trading based on the daily chart, the trend lines on the weekly and monthly charts can be very useful in planning your entries.

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Breakout Trading

Who hasn’t harboured the thought of reaping massive profits from a big price move in a short time? Despite the notoriety associated with trading breakouts, it remains one of the most basic concepts in trading. A breakout typically occurs when the currency price moves beyond a period of consolidation or trading range, or when the price penetrates above or below an established price level, which can be a resistance or support level, resulting in a follow-through of prices past those levels, whether temporarily or permanently. The price movement past a breakout point can either be a short or a more sustained affair, and that may depend on the time frame of prices that you are looking at.

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Keys To Successful Speculation

Obtaining the correct knowledge and gaining actual market experience will of course lead to successful trading. However, once you have obtained the knowledge, you must learn the art of patience. Most traders fail because they feel the need to trade all the time and lack the required patience to wait for more ideal situations. This is absolutely WRONG!

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Chaos Theory and Gann Angles

A butterfly, flapping its wings in New York, moves an infinitesimal mass of air, and this, through a series of chain reactions, leads to a hurri-cane in Miami causing serious damage. Obviously this is a paradoxical situation, but it is a form of reasoning that uses the latest metamodels derived from contemporary physics and, more precisely, it is the reason-ing at the base of chaos theory. One aspect of chaos theory studies series and chains of phenomena that lack a cause-effect relationship. The aim of chaos theory is to develop models able to create functions that can mathe-matically describe and represent the statistical data derived from phenom-ena apparently heterogeneous and casual.

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The Magnet-Like Power of Median Lines

The median line (ML) is the line that joins the anchor (P0) with the middle of the P1−P2 swing. The forerunner of this line first appears in the work of Roger W. Babson (1875−1967) in the first decades of the twentieth century. Babson successfully used his charts to forecast the October 1929 stock market crash, well ahead of the event. Its precise name was the Normal Line; on a Babson chart its presence delimited the market flow in two territories:

  • above the line, where prosperity reigned,
  • below the line, where depression surged.

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Price-Time Radius Vector (PTV)

A variety of techniques attempt to forecast prices in financial markets. However, relatively few deal with the most important element in financial market timing, i.e., time. Traditional cycle analysis is the most commonly used of these techniques, but even the so-called experts on this subject acknowledge the great limitations of their approach. Cycles (or more correctly, rhythms) tend to suddenly disappear, only to reappear at a later date with phase shifts from their original pattern. Contemporary cycle analysts cannot explain why cycles “disappear”, why they reappear with a phase shift, and a variety of other characteristics that will be explained in this course.

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Combining Presidential Cycle Years with Seasonality

Bulls and bears aren’t responsible for as many stock losses as bum steers.

Olin Miller

Vakkur Tests Optimum Months Combined with Optimum Presidential Cycle Years

Mark Vakkur made another significant research contribution by publishing another seminal article in the October 1996 issue of Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities. In this nine-page article, Vakkur combined the optimum months with the optimum presidential cycle years. The results were outstanding; so let’s get right to them.

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