W. D. Gann Commodity Course

W.D.GANN COMMODITY MARKET TRADING COURSE

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PERCHE I CICLI DI TEMPO PREVEDONO IL TREND DI COMMODITIES, AZIONI E DEL BUSINESS

Dopo cinquantadue anni di esperienza e ricerca che risale a centinaia di anni, ho dimostrato la mia soddisfazione per tutta la storia che si ripete e per quando conosciamo il passato, noi possiamo determinare il futuro dei prezzi. Ho testato i CICLI DI TEMPO sul mio trading personale, e ho pubblicato un Annual Forecasts su Azioni e Commodities per più di 50 anni dimostrando la sua accuratezza.

Io sono un convinto sostenitore della Bibbia e lo fa capire chiaramente che il futuro altro non è che una ripetizione del passato. La Bibbia ci insegna che l'uomo e le nazioni raccogliono solo ciò che hanno seminato. I Cicli di Tempo si ripetono perchè la natura umana non cambia. E' per questo che le guerre avvengono a CICLI regolari. I vecchi non vogliono le guerre, nè vogliono andare in guerra dopo che ne hanno attraversata una. I giovani combattono le guerre perchè leggono la storia e vogliono essere degli eroi. I leader delle nazioni fanno appello ai giovani che non hanno esperienza e li inducono a combattere. Lo stesso desiderio negli uomini che li spinge a rischiare la vita in guerra, li spinge a avere una chance negli affari e nella speculazione. Essi rischiano troppo e diventano molto ottimisti dopo un lungo periodo di successo negli affari e dopo una lunga crescita di Azioni e Commodities.

Uomini nel business da molto tempo, dopo un prolungato periodo di prosperità diventano troppo fiduciosi e si ingrandiscono. E' facile prendere denaro in prestito dopo un prolungato periodo di prosperità negli affari. Le persone che prendono denaro in prestito per avere la speranza di liquidare quando la paura o le condizioni siano passate sono le peggiori. Per questo motivo i CICLI negli affari e nel Mercato Azionario e delle Commodity si sono sempre ripetuti e sempre accadrà.

Le leggi di natura sono immutabili e nessun uomo o gruppi di uomini possono cambiarle. Il New Deal non ha dimostrato di poter fermare l'inflazione. Essi affermano di poter prevenire la DEPRESSIONE E IL PANICO, ma nessuno è mai riuscito a farlo negli anni passati e nei prossimi anni dimostrerà che i leaders dei Governi non può fermare una DEPRESSIONE dalla PERDITA e dalla SPESA. Il New Deal ha seminato al vento e deve raccogliere tempesta. Durante i passati 20 anni essi hanno speso e sprecato tutta la ricchezza che il nostro paese ha accumulato nei passati 175 anni. I debiti privati e del nostro Stato Federale sono i più grandi della storia, e queste condizioni fanno si che i prossimi anni siano i più critici della storia. L'uomo che conosce i CICLI TEMPORALI può prevedere il futuro, proteggere il suo capitale e fare soldi, mentre perderà chi tenterà di indovinare. Questo è il tempo delle opportunità per iniziare a studiare matematica, regole scientifiche per fare accurate deduzioni e determinare il trend di Azioni, Business e Commodities.

5 Aprile, 1954                                                                                                          W.D.GANN  

lambertgann011Cap. 1 – Speculation a Profitable Profession: A Course of Instructions on Grain

How to make speculation a Profitable Profession, Fundamental Rules, The kind of Charts to keep up, Follow the Main Trend, Rules for Buying and Selling, Prove all things and hold fast to that which is good, Prolonged advances, Sharp decline in a short period of time, Large profits on small risks, Fixed ideas and fixed prices, How to protect profits, Too late or too soon, Hope and fear, Make the market move your way, How to make the most money in the shortest period of time, Why people do not make money buying and selling commodities, One grain goes up while another goes down at the same time, Rules for trading in commodities – Rules 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8, – Selling Level, Where to place Stop Loss order, What to do before you make a trade, Weekly high and low chart, Monthly highs and lows, Yearly highs and lows, Soy Beas – Record of highs and lows -.

HOW TO USE THE MASTER CALCULATOR MAY SOYBEANS

Present Position of May Beans, Position of May Beans on the Monthly Chart, May Soybeans Daily Chart

gannfirma00119March 14, 1953        W.D.Gann

The Greatest Advance in May Beans in History, May Corn, May Corn Swings 1925 to 1954, May Rye Swing 1932 to 1954, May Soy Bean Swing of 10c per bushel or more from October 16, 1950 to May 1954, Wheat, Conclusion.

Cap. 2 – Mechanical Method and Trend Indicator for trading in Wheat, Corn, Rye or Oats

CAPITAL REQUIRED, KIND OF CHARTS YOU SHOULD KEEP, HOW TO KEEP THE CHART FOR THE TREND INDICATOR – New High and New Low the Same Day, Within Day – HOW TO USE STOP LOSS ORDER, WHEN NOT TO TRADE, TRADING INSTRUCTIONS BUYING AND SELLING POINTS, Rule 1 Trading on Trend Line Indications Only, 2 Buying at Double or Triple Bottoms, 3 Selling at Double or Triple Tops, 4 Fourth Time at the Same Level, 5 Ascending or Rising Bottoms after a Triple Bottom, 6 Descending or Lower Tops after a Triple Top, 7 7 to 10-Day Rule for Active, Fast-moving Markets, PYRAMIDING; Rule 8 How to Pyramid, 9 The Run or Pyramiding Move, 10 Pyramiding on Trend Line Indications Only, 11 Safest Pyramiding Rule, 12 Fast Markets and Wide Fluctuations, 13 When not to Pyramid, HOW TO DETERMINE CHANGE IN TREND, Rule 14 Minor Trend Indicator, Main Trend Indicator, 16 Breakaway Points, 17 Second and Third Higher Bottoms and Lower Tops, 18 Sections of a Move, 19 3 Full-Cent Indications at Bottom or Top, 20 Sharp 2-day Signal Move, IMPORTANCE OF OPENING AND CLOSING PRICES, Rule 21 Signal Top Day, 22 Signal Bottom day, 23 Closing Near the Top or Bottom and Opening Higher or Lower, 24 A Narrow Day after a Sharp Decline or a Sharp Advance, 25 Closing at the Same Levels for a Series of Days, 26 Three Tops or Bottoms near the Same Level & Closing Price. SPACE CHART – Rules for active markets at High Levels, HOURLY CHART, 3-DAY CHART OR MAIN TREND INDICATOR, How to Make up 3-Day Chart – Exception to Rule, Indications for Change in Trend, Rule 27 Crossing Tops or Breaking Bottoms fo 3-day Move, 28 First 3-Day Reaction or Rally, 29 The Third Move on 3-Day Chart, How to Combine Trend Line Indicator and 3-Day Chart, RESISTANCE LEVELS, Range of Fluctuation, Highest Selling Price, Mosto Important Grain Movements to Consider, Order of Resistance Levels, The Average or Halfway Point, Next Resistance Level after the Main Halfway Point has been broken, Resistance Points Near Same Levels, How to Look Up Resistance Levels, Multiples of 12, Lost Motion, WEEKLY HIGH AND LOW CHART, Three Weeks' Moves, Seven to Ten Weeks' Moves, HOW TO DETERMINE CULMINATIONS AND CHANGES IN TREND, FOUR RULES, Rule 1 Time Rule, 2 Swing Bottoms and Tops, 3 Space or Price Movements, 4 Resistance Levels, AVERAGE SPACE MOVEMENT, WHEN GRAIN IS IN THE STRONGEST OR WEAKEST POSITION, EXAMPLE, May Rye, COMPARISON OF PRICE AND TIME MOVES.

Cap. 3 – Rules for Trading in Soy Beans, Corn, Wheat, Oats and Rye

img052.01h111Rules for 2-Day Charts Moves; Rule 1 TREND INDICATIONS – Rule 2 THE TURN IN TREND – Rule 3 STOP-LOSS ORDERS – Rule 4-A HOW TO DETERMINE EXTREME HIGH OR EXTREME LOW PRICES – EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULES – Rule 5-A 10 to 14 DAY MOVES – Rule for trading on trend line indications based on 2-day chart, Time and Price balance, Price resistance levels, Natural Price resistance levels, Importance of time periods; Yearly time periods, Natural Seasonal time changes, Record of high and low dates, Gaps and what they indicate on grains; Exhaust gaps, Exhaust gaps in a declining market, Daily price limits and what they indicate, Weekly high and low chart, November Beans weekly chart, examples, 2-DAY CHART MOVES TIME TURNS, TIME RESISTANCE LEVELS.

May 23, 1950                                       W.D.GANN

Cap. 4 – The basis of my forecasting method for grains – Geometric Angles

2. HOW TO MAKE CHARTS, GEOMETRIC ANGLES – 3. HOW TO DRAW GEOMETRICAL ANGLES – 4. PATTERN CHART FOR GEOMETRICAL ANGLES – 5. HOW TO DRAW ANGLES FROM A LOW POINT RECORDED ON GRAIN OPTION – 7. BOTTOMS FROM WHICH TO DRAW ANGLES OR MOVING TREND LINES, WHAT TO DO AFTER THE 45 DEGREE ANGLE FROM BOTTOM IS BROKEN – 8. HOW TO DRAW ANGLES FROM TOPS ON DAILY, WEEKLY OR MONTHLY CHARTS – 9. POSITION ABOVE 45 DEGREE ANGLE DRAWN FROM TOP – 10. DOUBLE AND TRIPLE TOPS OR BOTTOMS, PARALLEL ANGLES – 11. GEOMETRICAL ANGLES OF MOVING TREND LINES DRAWN FROM "0" – 12. "0" ANGLES STARTING AT THE TIME TOP IS MADE, ANGLES FROM TOPS DOWN TO "0" AND UP AGAIN – 13. TWO 45 DEGREE ANGLES FROM THE SAME BOTTOM, ANGLES OR MOVING TREND LINES FROM TOP TO THE NEXT TOP – 14. ANGLES FROM BOTTOM OF FIRST SHARP DECLINE – 15. LAST SWING IN A BULL OR BEAR MARKET, ANGLES FROM HIGHER BOTTOMS AND LOWER TOPS – 16. SECTIONS OF MARKET CAMPAIGNS, STRENGTH OR WEAKNESS DENOTED BY POSITION ON ANGLES, When an Option is in the Weakeast Position – 17. When an Option is in the Strongest Position – 18. Strongest Buying and Selling Points, Regaining Angles or Crossing Line, WHEN GRAIN IS IN STRONG POSITION FROM BOTTOM AND IN A WEAK POSITION FROM TOP – 19. QUICK CALCULATION OF ANGLES, LATUTUDINE AND LONGITUDINE – 20. RULE FOR KEEPING TIME PERIODS ON CHARTS, Time Periods from Bottoms, Time Periods from Tops – 21. Points from which to Number Time Periods, Squaring the Price Range with Time – 22. Squaring the Range – 23. Three Ways to Square Time and Price – 24. Squaring Weekly Time Periods, Squaring Monthly Time Periods – 25. PRICE AHEAD OF TIME, STRONGEST ANGLES FOR MEASURING TIME AND PRICE – 26. CARDINAL & FIXED CROSS – 27. DIVISION OF $1, 1\8 POINTS (FORM CHARTS 1 to 12 FOLLOW PAGE 27) – 28. FORECASTING GRAINS BY TIME CYCLES.

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img031.22233Cap. 5 – Forecasting Grain by Time Cycles

TIME RULESDAILY TIME RULE; MONTHLY TIME RULES; RULES FOR FAST MOVES UP OR DOWN; TIME AND SPACE; WHY BOTTOMS AND TOPS CHANGE; WHY PRICES MOVE FASTER AT HIGH, LEVELS THAN AT LOW LEVELS, HOW TO DETERMINE CHANGE IN TREND, LOST MOTION IN SPACE, LOST MOTION IN TIME, WHEN THE MARKETS IS WEAKEST OR STRONGEST, DURATION OF MOVES, HOW TO DETERMINE DURATION OF MARKET MOVES, SEASONAL TREND. TIME CYCLESGREAT TIME CYCLES, 90-YEAR CYCLE, 84-YEAR CYCLE, 60-YEAR CYCLE, 49-YEAR CYCLE, 45-YEAR CYCLE, 30-YEAR CYCLE, 20-YEAR CYCLE – MINOR TIME CYCLES, 13-YEAR CYCLE, 10-YEAR CYCLE, 7-YEAR CYCLE, 5-YEAR CYCLE, 3-YEAR CYCLE, 1-YEAR CYCLE.

gannfirma00119December 4, 1946

Forecasting (Mr. Gann included this in what he called his Master Forecasting Method, No. 3 in 1939)

MAJOR TIME CYCLES – GREAT CYCLE; MASTER TIME PERIOD 60 YEARS, 50-YEAR CYCLE, 30-YEAR CYCLE, 20-YEAR CYCLE, 15-YEAR CYCLE, 10-YEAR CYCLE, 7-YEAR CYCLE, 5-YEAR CYCLE – MINOR CYCLES – RULES FOR FUTURE CYCLES; Rule 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 – FORECASTING MONTHLY MOVES – FORECASTING WEEKLY MOVES – FORECASTING DAILY MOVES; January 2nd to 7th and and 15th to 21st, July 3rd to 7th and 20th to 27th – HOW TO DIVIDE THE YEARLY TIME PERIODBULL & BEAR CALENDAR YEARS – IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER IN FORECASTINGHOW TO MAKE UP ANNUAL FORECAST – MASTER 20-YEAR FORECASTING CHART, 1831-1935, 1929 FORECAST, 1869-73 Vs. 1929-33, 1935 FORECAST, 1936 FORECAST, INDIVIDUAL STOCKS – FAST MOVES AND CULMINATIONS AT IMPORTANT TIME PERIODS; REVIEW OF DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL STOCKS FROM 1896 – NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PERMANENT CHARTHOW TO TRADE; WHAT YOU MUST KNOW BEFORE YOU START TRADING, WHAT TO LOOK UP BEFORE YOU MAKE A TRADE, PRACTICE TRADING ON PAPER, WHEN TO CLOSE A TRADE, WHEN TO WAIT AND NOT TRADE . CAPITAL REQUIRED FOR TRADING – PYRAMIDING; HOW TO PYRAMID, THE RUN OR PYRAMIDING MOVE, FAST MARKETS AND WIDE FLUCTUATIONS, SAFEST PYRAMIDING RULE, WHEN NOT TO PYRAMID.

gannfirma00119November, 1935

Cap. 6 – The Basis of my Forecasting Method for Cotton

Page 1. The Basis of My Forecasting Method For Cotton – Page 2. How To Make Charts; YEARLY, MONTHLY, WEEKLY CHART, WEEKLY MOVING-AVERAGE OR MEAN POINT – Page 3. Three To Seven Weeks' Moves; DAILY CHART – Page 4. Rules For Time; 2-Day Reaction, Signal Day – Geometrical Angles – Page 5. How to Draw Geometrical Angles – Page 7. Pattern Chart For Geometrical Angles, How to Draw Angles From a Low Point Recorded by Cotton; FIRST IMPORTANT ANGLE, Page. 8 SECOND IMPORTANT ANGLE 2X1, THIRD IMPORTANT ANGLE 4X1, Page 9. FOURTH IMPORTANT ANGLE 8X1 – Kind of Bottoms From which Angles or Moving-Average; DAILY CHART, Page 10. WEEKLY CHART, WHAT TO DO AFTER THE 45 DEGREE ANGLE FROM BOTTOM IS BROKEN, FIRST ANGLE ON BEAR SIDE THE SQUARE 2X1, SECOND IMPORTANT ANGLE 4X1, Page 11. THIRD ANGLE 8X1, How to Draw Angles From Tops on Daily, Weekly or Monthly Charts; POSITION UNDER 45 DEGREE ANGLE DRAWN FROM TOP, 45 DEGREE ANGLE FROM TOP, OTHERS ANGLES, WEAKEST POSITION, Page 12. STRONGEST POSITION, CHANGING TREND – Position Above 45 Degree Angle Drawn From Top; STRONG POSITION – Page 13. Double And Triple Tops Or Bottoms; ANGLES CROSSING EACH OTHER – Page 14. Geometrical Angles Or Moving-Average Lines Drawn From Zero, Squaring Tops And Bottoms Or Extreme High And Low Levels – Page 16. Three Important Time Periods From Which to Square Time; ZERO ANGLES STARTING AT THE TIME TOP IS MADE – Page 17. Outside Or Extreme Low 45 Degree Angle – Page 18. 45 Degree Angle From Zero to Top and Bottom

February 18, 1950                                     W.D.GANN

Pag.20 Resistance Levels, Range of Fluctuations – Pag.21 Highest Selling Price, Most Important Cotton Movements to Consider; ORDER OF RESISTANCE LEVELS – Page 22. The Average or Half-Way Point – Page 23. Next Resistance Levels After the Main Half-Way Point has been Broken – Page 24. Lost Motion

February 18, 1950                                     W.D.GANN

Page 25. Forecasting Cotton by Time Cycles; TIME CYCLES, GREAT CYCLES, 90 YEAR CYCLES, 60 YEAR CYCLES, Page 26. 49-50 YEAR CYCLES, … Page 27. ODD CYCLES, MINOR CYCLES, WAR MARKETS, Page 28. 13 YEAR CYCLE – Page 29. Geometrical Angles; Previous Options – Page. 30 Yearly Time Rule, Examples for Making Forecast, Page 32. Years of Extreme High Prices, Years of Extreme Low Prices – Page 34. Sections of the Market – Page 35. Important Point to Watch; Page 36. Sharp Tops or Bottoms, Double Tops or Bottoms, Page 37. Triple Bottoms or Tops, Old Tops and Bottoms, Page 38. Closing Levels – Changes in Seasonal Trend – Page 40. What You Need To Learn To Be Sure Of Tops And Bottoms (1-16).

February 20, 1950                                      W.D.GANN

cottonm02111Cap. 7 – Mechanical Cotton Method and new Trend Indicator

Ricorda che l'"overbalancing" del TEMPO è la più importante indicazione di un cambiamento di trend.

Studia le options di Marzo, Luglio e Ottobre nei futuri anni e applica queste regole e vedrai come lavorano molto bene.

Questo Metodo Meccanico è basato su regole fisse che permettono di superare l'elemento umano, eliminando speranza e paura così come le congetture. Impara a rispettare le regole, tratta mercati attivi e il tuo successo è assicurato.

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Cap. 8 – Cash and May Soy Beans Futures

TIME PERIODS FROM FEBRUARY 15, 1920 to NOVEMBER 4, 1954 – MOST IMPORTANT TIME PERIODS FROM ANNIVERSARY DATES – WEEKLY TIME PERIODS FOR SOY BEANS; February 15, 1920 to November 4, 1954 – MAY SOY BEANS: NOVEMBER 1954-JANUARY 1955 – HOW TO DETERMINE CHANGE IN TREND; HIGH AND LOW PRICES FOR CASH AND MAY BEAN FUTURES, PRICE RESISTANCE LEVELS FOR CASH AND MAY SOY BEAN FUTURES, CASH AND MAY SOY BEAN FUTURES TIME PERIODS FROM IMPORTANT HIGHS AND LOWS; MAY SOY BEAN DAILY, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY – MAY BEANS DAILY HIGH AND LOW; WEEKLY HIGH AND LOW CHART; MONTHLY HIGH AND LOW CHARTS.

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SOY BEANS – PRICE RESISTANCE LEVELS – ACTIVE ANGLES AND DEGREE – 24 CENT MOVES OR MORE.

chartmaster01111Cap. 9 – Master Egg Course

To my Edward Lambert … May 4, 1949

MASTER 360° SQUARE OF 12 CHART FOR EGGS

OCTOBER EGGS: Trend Indications on Daily High and Low Chart – Weekly High and Low Chart – Monthly High and Low Chart  

NINE MATHEMATICAL POINTS FOR PRICE CULMINATIONS: Square of 45 – Measuring Time

May 14, 1949

RESISTANCE LEVELS FOR PRICE: Extreme Low Price – 360° Master Circle Chart for Eggs

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EGGS – HOW TO DETERMINE CULMINATIONS AND CHANGES IN TREND; FIVE RULES – Rule 1. Trading on Trend Line Indications only; Rule 2. Time Rule; Rule 3. Swing Bottoms and Tops; Rule 4. Space or Price Movements; Rule 5. Resistance Levels; Averages Space Movement

gannfirma00119April 23, 1947

RULES FOR EGGS – Rule 1. Buying at Double or Triple Bottoms; Rule 2. Selling at Double or Triple Tops; Rule 3. 7 to 10-Day Rule for an Active, Fast-Moving Market: Rule 4. Signal Bottom Day.

TABLES FOR SQUARES 144 FOR EGGS PRICES

January 19, 1952

EGG FUTURES – RULES FOR 2-DAY CHART MOVES; How to Keep up 2-Day Chart, Rule1. Trend Indication, Rule 2. The Turn in Trend; Rule 3. Stop-Loss Orders; Rule 4. Buy or Sell Against Double or Triple Tops and Bottoms; Rule 5. Buy or Sell At or Against Main 1\2 Point, 1\4 and 3\4 Points; Rule 6. 10 to 14 Day Moves; Rule 7. Price Moves; Rule 8. Fast, Active Markets and Large Volume of Sales.

OCTOBER EGGS 1949-1949, EXAMPLES OF RULES

gannfirma00119October 29, 1949

THE MASTER SQUARE FOR PRICE AND TIME TRENDS ON EGGS – HOW TO DETERMINE TIME PERIODS FROM HIGH OR LOW PRICES AND GET RESISTANCE POINTS; Why Prices Move Faster At High Levels.

March 13, 1953                                            W. D. Gann

PRICE AND TIME CHART FOR EGGS FUTURES

Apr. 17, 1953

chartsquare0111222Cap. 10 – MASTER CHARTS

 

MASTER "12" CHART – SQUARE OF NINE – SIX SQUARE OF NINE – THE HEXAGON CHARTgannfirma00119

THE MASTER CHART OF 360° – MASTER 360° CIRCLE CHART SQUARED – THE SPIRAL CHART – NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PERMANENT CHART – UNITED STATES STEEL NAME CHART – UNITED STATES PERMANENT MASTER CHART

THE HEXAGON CHART

gannfirma00119January, 1931

MASTER CALCULATOR FOR WEEKLY TIME PERIODS – Divisions of Time Periods, Third and Fourth Dimensions of Time and Price, The Circle. Triangle and Square, Price, Time, 7-Day Periods, Multiples of 7-Days,Years, Multiples of 7 Years, Yearly Time Periods – Triangles and Squares, Time Price Volume Velocity Pitch or Trend, 3 Ways to Square or Balance Time and Price, Price Scale.

HOW TO USE THE MASTER CALCULATOR – How to use Calculator on Weekly Chart, The Inner Square or 1\2 Point, The Inner Square of 45° Angles, Most Important Time Periods, Seasonal Time Periods, Midseason Time Periods.

gannfirma00119January 10, 1955

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