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OROLO & WD Gann

OROLO & WD Gann

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In 1909, an analyst and trader wrote a series of advertisements for a publishing firm called OROLO, telling potential clients that he analyzed the financial markets according to the Law of Vibration. It has come to light that W. D. Gann's business address and OROLO's business address in 1909 were identical, which suggests very strongly that Gann was himself behind the writing of the OROLO ads.
In 1909, an analyst and trader wrote a series of advertisements for a publishing firm called OROLO, telling potential clients that he analyzed the financial markets according to the Law of Vibration. It has come to light that W. D. Gann's business address and OROLO's business address in 1909 were identical, which suggests very strongly that Gann was himself behind the writing of the OROLO ads.

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OROLO& W. D. Gann
SECOND REVISED EDITIONof a booklet previously issued as “Who was OROLO?”
This E-Book is not to be sold.
It is a free educational servicein the public interestpublished by
The illustrations appearing above are creations of the Gann Study Group.The second wave is a numerological representation of the name OROLO.
 
FOREWORD
This little booklet has seen several editions, of which this is the third andlatest to be posted in the Gann Study Group. Herein I present someadvertisements that appeared in The New York Herald in 1909, prior to theinterview that W. D. Gann gave to The Ticker and Investment Digest. These adswere bought by an analyst and trader who published a newsletter, in which hemade time and price predictions for various stocks and commodities, based, hesaid, on the Law of Vibration, the same law that Gann talked about in the Ticker interview later in the year. The mailing address for the newsletter was OROLO,120 Liberty Street in New York. In three of the ads the writer further stated thatOROLO was located at room 1206. My initial impression was that OROLO was a pen name for W. D. Gann or someone like him, just as Sepharial was a pen name for the astrologer Walter GornOld. This is not the case. In consulting
Trow's General Directory of theBoroughs of Manhattan and Bronx, City of New York
for the year ending Aug. 1, 1910, copyright 1909, researcher Harvey E. Hahn found the following:“Orolo (firm name) publishers 120 Liberty” (p. 1111)“Gann Wm D broker 120 Liberty R1206” (p. 501)This shows that OROLO was a publishing company and that Gann workedin its office. While we do not at this time have anything that actually says straightout that Gann ran the OROLO publishing business and was the analyst andtrader writing the advertisements, this discovery establishes beyond a reasonabledoubt that he was this person. Many known facts about the life of W. D. Gann arein harmony with the statements and claims made by the OROLO advertiser.Here, then, are 13 OROLO advertisements (the only ones found so far) anda newly found journalist's criticism of the early ads. Each item is transcribed,commented upon where appropriate, and then followed by a copy the original.– Romeman
 
+ + +The New York Herald, Thursday, April 15, 1909."BULLS AND BEARS"I am the only scientific expert on cotton, stocks and grain
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who keeps yourloss limited to one point and shows you how to get 5 to 20 points profit.Your money refunded if not satisfied. Give me a trial this week. $3; onemonth, $18. Rush remittance, get cream of a big move. Address OROLO,120 Liberty st."
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1The OROLO advertiser calls himself a “scientific expert”. In his interview with The Ticker andInvestment Digest in December 1909 (hereinafter referred to as the Ticker interview), issued only monthsafter this OROLO advertisement appeared, W. D. Gann said that what he taught and practiced was the way“to speculate scientifically”. In 1919, a decade after the Ticker interview, a reporter stated of Gann: “He doesnot want to be regarded as a prophet or a seer, but rather as a man of science.” (The New York HeraldMagazine, Jan. 5, 1919, p. 15, hereinafter referred to as the article in The New York Herald Magazine). Anadvertisement for Gann's newsletter, published in the Plain Dealer of Cleveland OH on April 9, 1922, said inthe opening paragraph: "Don't try to guess the top; quit gambling on hope; follow Science and know; thenyou will have no regrets." At the time of the 1929 crash and the early years of the Depression that followed,Gann's company was called W. D. Gann Scientific Service, Inc. or W. D. Gann Scientific Inc.2The successor to The Ticker and Investment Digest, called The Magazine of Wall Street, had itseditorial offices at 120 Liberty Street, sometimes identified as 120-122 Liberty Street, as early as 1913 andpossibly before. At the time of the interview with Gann, however, the Ticker was located at 2 Rector Street.

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