W. D. Gann Stock Market Course

W.D.GANN STOCK MARKET COURSE

 

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Table of Contents

Speculation – A Profitable Profession ……………………………………………………………………………………… 1
Form Reading and Rules for Determining Trend of Stocks ……………………………………………..  2
The Basics of My Forecasting Method – Geometric Angles …………………………………………….. 3
Forecasting by Time Cycles ………………………………………………………………………………………………………  4
Volume of Sale ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………  5
Review of Bull and Bear Markets ……………………………………………………………………………………………. 6
Seasonal Changes of Stocks ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Method For Trading With The Overnight Chart ………………………………………………………………… 8
Natural Resistance Levels and Time Cycles ………………………………………………………………………… 9
Resistence Levels ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 10
Master Charts ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 11

Other Material Includes:

  • Time Periods – Seasonal Yearly
  • Dow Jones Yearly Lows
  • Howto Make Profits Trading in Puts and Calls
  • William D. Gann – His Remarkable Predictions and Trading Record

SPECULATION A PROFITABLE PROFESSION
A Course of Instructions With Rules for Trading is Stocks

img055.01sForeword – Fast Advances – Slow Trading Market – Cross Currents – How to Select The Group of Stocks Which Will Lead An Advance Or A Decline – Low Price Stocks Disappointing – New Industries And Growth Stocks – Stocks Of The Future – 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 Risk – Fixed Ideas And Fixed Prices – How To Protect Profits – Too Late Or Too Soon – Hope And Fear – Make The Market Move Your Way – Never Averages A Loss – Rules For Trading In Stocks: Rule 1-7 – The Best Buying Point – Selling Level – Where To Place Stop Loss Orders – What To Do Before You Make A Trade – Weekly High And Low Chart – Monthly Highs And Lows – Yearly Highs And Lows – Rules For Stocks: a) How much decline to expect in a bull market and how much rally to expect in a bear market; b) How to make the most money in the shortest period of time – Stocks Not Manipulated – New Industries And Growth Of Stocks – Uranium Stocks – Value Of All Stocks Listed On The New York Stock Exchange – The Average Value Of All Stocks On The New York Stock Exchange And How They Indicate The Trend Of Prices – The Dollar Trend – How To Use Value Chart – When To Watch For Support And Buying Level – How Much Decline To Expect – When Stocks Are In The Strongest And Weakest Position – Bethlehem Steel – Vanadium Steel

May 18, 1954       W.D.GANN

FORM READING AND RULES FOR DETERMINING TREND OF STOCKS

Requirements For Success In Speculation Or Investment: Knowledge, Patience, Courage, Study, Form Reading Capital RequiredKind Of Charts To UseMajor And Minor TrendsTrend Line Indications: Green Trend Line, Red Trend Line – Buy When The Red Trend Line Changes To Green, Sell When The Green Trend Line Changes To Red – Three Buying PointThree Selling PointsFormations At Bottoms And Tops: Single "V" Or Sharpe Bottom, "U" Bottom or Flat Bottom, "W" Bottom or Double Bottom, "W V" Bottom Or Triple Bottom, "W W" Bottom Or 4- Bottom Formation, Top Formations, Single "A" or Sharp Top, "" Or Flat Top, "M" Top Or Double Top, "M A" Top Or Triple Top, "M M" Or 4-Top Formation Sections Of Market Campaigns: Bull Market, Bear MarketHow To Determine Change In The Main Trend: Space Movement, Time Period, Rule, Many Weeks In Narrow Range, Accumulation Or Distribution On Side, Last Stage Of Bull Or Bear Market, Range Of Bottoms, Range Of Tops, How Far Should Stocks Decline Below Old Tops After They Advance Above Them?, How Far Stocks Can Go Above Old Bottoms In Bear Markets, Several Fast Moves Up Or Down Over A Range Of 5 to 7 Or 10 to 12 Points, When The Market Is In Strongest Position Or In Weakest Position – How To Determine Change In Minor Trend: Minor Advance, Minor Reaction, Dull Market, Duration Of Minor MovesHow To Determine First Change In Trend By Opening And Closing PricesWhen Stocks Advance Into New High Ground Or Decline Into New Low GroundWhen To Use Daily High And Low Chart.

July 6, 1939

Dow-Jones 20 Railroad Averages – Bottom And Top Formations 1896-1914,

Breakaway Points in Bull & Bear Markets – Dow Jones 30 Industrial Averges

The Basis Of My Forecasting Method – Geometric Angles

Scrive Nikki Jones: "Questo fu scritto nel 1931 ed io sento personalmente che questo è il Corso di Gann No. 2 del valore di $ 2,500.00. Il secondo capitolo che segue fu scritto nel 1935. Potete vedere il contrasto."

img053.02dMETHOD FOR FORECASTING THE STOCK MARKET  

Kind Of Charts – How To Forecast – Time Rules For Forecasting Stocks: Rule 1-12 – Instructions For Forecasting The Stock Market – How To Use Angles From Tops and Bottoms – Rules For Angles From Bottoms – Why Geometrical Angles Work On Stocks – How To Use Geometrical Angles – Vanadium Steel, Weekly High & Low Chart, Volume Of Sale – Monthly Volume Charts On Dow Jones Thirty Industrials From June 1921 to May 1930 – Fast Advances And Fast Declines – What Rule To Use When In Doubt – Master "12" Chart – Square of Nine – Six Squares Of Nine – The Human Body.gannfirma00119

January 17, 1931

THE BASIS OF MY FORECASTING METHOD

HOW TO MAKE CHARTS: Yearly Chart, Monthly Chart, Weekly Chart, Semi-Weekly Or 3-Day Chart, Weekly Moving-Average Or Mean Point, Daily Chart

GEOMETRICAL ANGLES

How To Draw Geometrical AnglesPattern Chart For GeometricalHow To Draw Angles From a Low Point Recorded By A Stock: 45° Or 1X1, 2X1, 4X1, 8X1, 16X1, 3X1 – What Kind Of Bottoms To Draw Angles Or Moving-Average Lines From: Daily Chart, Weekly Chart – What To Do After The 45° Angle From Bottom Is Broken: First Angle On Bead Side Of The Square 2X1, Next Important Angle 4X1, Next Angle 8X1, 16X1, 3X1 – How To Draw Angles From Tops On Daily, Weekly Or Monthly Chart: Position Under 45° Angle Drawn From Top, 45° Angle from Top, Other Angles, Weakest Position, Strongest Position, Changing Trend – Position Above 45° Angle Drawn From Top: 2X1, 4X1, 8X1, Strong Position, 3X1 – Double And Triple Tops Or Bottoms: Angles Crossing Each Other – Parallel Angles – Geometrical Angles Or Moving-Average Lines Drawn From "0" – "0" Angles Starting At The Time Top Is Made: 45° Angle From "0" To Top And Bottom – Angles From Tops Down To "0" And Up Again – Two 45° Angles From The Same Bottom – Angles Or Moving-Average Lines From One Top To The Next Top – Angles From Bottom Of First Sharp Decline – Last Swing In A Bull Or Bear Market – Angles From Higher Bottoms And Lower Tops: Sections Of Market Campaigns – Strength Or Weakness Denoted By Position On Angles: When A Stock Is In The Weakest Position, When A Stock Is In The Strongest Position, Strongest Buying And Selling Points, Regaining Angles Or Crossing Lines, When A Stock Is In Strong Position From Bottom And In Weak Position From Top, When Angles From Extreme Top Are Crossed – Angles For Semi-Weekly Chart – Angles For New Listed Stocks – Quick Calculation Of Angles – Angles Seldom Used – Latitude And Longitude – Rule For Keeping Time Periods On Charts: Time Periods From Bottoms, Time Periods From Tops – Points From Which To Number Time Periods: U.S.Steel, Industrial Averages – Squaring The Price Range With Time: Squaring The Range, Three Ways To Square Time And Price, Squaring Weekly Time Periods, Squaring Monthly Time Periods – Price Ahead Of Time – Strongest Angles For Measuring Time And Price.

November, 1935

Forecasting By Time Cycles

FORECASTING BY TIME CYCLES

MAJOR TIME CYCLES: 10-Year Cycle, 7-Year Cycle, 5-Year Cycle, Minor Cycles – RULES FOR FUTURE CYCLES – FORECASTING MONTHLY MOVES – FORECASTING WEEKLY MOVES – FORECASTING DAILY MOVES – HOW TO DIVIDE THE YEARLY TIME PERIOD – IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER IN FORECASTING – INDIVIDUAL STOCKS – COMPARISON OF TIME CYCLES 1896-1939 – CHANGES IN TREND AROUND HOLIDAYS – HOW 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, Follow All Rules – HOW TO FORECAST – 12, 20, AND 30 INDUSTRIAL AVERAGES – DOW-JONES 20 RAILROAD AVERAGES – DOW-JONES 30 INDUSTRIAL AVERAGES: Bull Campaigns From Bottoms To Tops 1892-1939,  Bear Campaigns From Tops To Bottoms, Minor Time Periods 1892-1939, Minor Moves Of 17 To 36 Days.

 

FORECASTING

img056.011dMAJORT 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 1-8 – FORECASTING MONTHLY MOVES – FORECASTING WEEKLY MOVES – FORECASTING DAILY MOVES – HOW TO DIVIDE THE YEARLY TIME PERIOD – BULL AND BEAR CALENDAR YEARS – IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER IN FORECASTING – HOW TO MAKE UP ANNUAL FORECAST: Master 20 Year Forecasting Chart 1831-1935, 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 CHART – HOW 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 Do Not Pyramid.gannfirma00119

November, 1935

 

VOLUME OF SCALES

RULES FOR DETERMINING CULMINATIONS BY VOLUME OF SALES – MONTHLY RECORD OF VOLUME OF SALES ON NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 1930-1935 – LARGEST VOLUME OF SALES BEFORE FINAL TOP – A STUDY OF WEEKLY VOLUME: Chrysler Motors 1928-1935.

August 12, 1939

REVIEW OF BULL AND BEAR MARKETS

Showing Formations and Buying and Selling Point 1903-1939 Dow Jones Industrial Average

  2nd Bear Market 1903 – 3rd Bull Market 1904 – 3rd Bear Market 1906 – 4th Bull Market 1908 – 4th Bear Market 1910 – 5th Bull Market 1911 – 5th Bear Market 1913 – 6th Bull Market 1915 – 6th Bear Market 1917 – 7th Bull Market 1918 – 7th Bear Market 1920 – 8th Bull Market 1921 – 8th Bear Market 1923 – 9th And Greatest Bull Market 1924 – 9th Bear Market 1929 – 10th Bear Market 1937 – 11th Minor Bull Market 1938 – 11th Minor Bear Market 1939 – 12th Minor Bull Market.   August 4, 1939  

SEASONAL CHANGES ON STOCKS

MONTHLY CHANGES – UNITED STATES STEEL QUARTERLY CHART: 1901 – 1935  

METHOD FOR TRADING WITH THE OVERNIGH CHART

  gannfirma00119Rule 1, Rule 2, Rule 3, Rule 4, Rule 5, Rule 6, Rule 7, Rule 8, Rule 9 – U.S. Steel Trades According To Overnight Chart 1915-1930.  

NATURAL RESISTANCE LEVELS AND TIME CYCLES

  NATURAL RESISTANCE LEVELS AND TIME CYCLES – UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION: Looking Ahead, 1931 – Forecast 1936 – TIME AND RESISTANCE POINTS ACCORDING TO SQUARES OF NUMBERS: Squares Of Numbers, Important Numbers For Resistance 12 to 100.gannfirma00119 November, 1935  

RESISTANCE LEVELS

  RANGE OF FLUCTUATIONS – HIGHEST SELLING PRICE – MOST IMPORTANT STOCK MOVEMENTS TO CONSIDER – ORDER OF RESISTANCE LEVELS – THE AVERAGE OR HALF-WAY POINT – NEXT RESISTANCE LEVELS AFTER THE MAIN HALF-WAY POINT HAS BEEN BROKEN – RESISTANCE POINTS NEAR SAME LEVELS – HOW TO LOOK UP RESISTANCE LEVELS – LOST MOTION – U.S. STEEL RESISTANCE LEVELS – 1929 – 1930 – 1931 – 1932 – 1933 – 1934 – 1935 – HALF WAY POINTS OF SWINGS – RULE FOR FIGURING HALF-WAY POINT BETWEEN TOPS AND BETWEEN BOTTOMS: Tops Against Tops, Bottoms Against Bottoms – CHRYSLER CORP: Monthly, Weekly Movement – BALANCING SPACE MOVEMENTS – CLOSING AND OPENING PRICES – NINE PROOFS OF RESISTANCE – WEEKLY MOVING-AVERAGE OR MEAN POINT.gannfirma00119 November, 1935  

MASTER CHARTS

  sixsquare9aaagannfirma00119MASTER "12" CHART – SQUARE OF NINE – SIX SQUARES OF NINE – THE HEXAGON CHART   THE HEXAGON CHARTgannfirma00119   January, 1931   SIX SQUARES OF NINEgannfirma00119 January 17, 1931   MASTER CHARTS (continued)   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 – TIME PERIODS, SEASONAL, YEARLY: Natural Seasonal Time Periods, Dow-Jones 30 Industrial Averages, Highs And Lows, 1889 To 1951.gannfirma00119 November 6, 1951

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