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If your trading is based only upon study indicators you may find that adding additional techniques may be of benefit. Most studies are based upon price, in fact very few consider time at all, other than to smooth or average a number. The techniques of Gann, Elliott, and Fibonacci all offer the integration of time as well as price, and therefore may add value to your trading. W. D. Gann, R. N. Elliott, and L. Fibonacci all developed techniques which can be useful to project future areas which may be significant in either price or time. Some of the following topics may be contentious to some people, since many of the techniques have not been verified to theoretical academic standards. The counter point is that becomes the exact reason why the principles may be of value, because they may provide a trader’s edge. J.P. Morgan was a very successful trader, perhaps one of the greatest of all time. From his writings, I believe that he would concur with the techniques of Gann, Elliott and Fibonacci. He was quoted as saying, 'Anyone can become a millionaire, but if you want to become a billionaire, then you need an astronomer.' I believe that he was referring to the price time relationships, which have been associated by some as 'spatial relationships.' Fibonacci found that a number series, which increases by 1.618, has importance. He found this series to be almost universal in nature, from the structure or composition of plants to animals. The series is 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, etc. What is interesting is that the relationship can be arrived at in many different ways and yet still comes to the same conclusion. I will later attempt to show that time and price are directly related. first here’s a little math teaser. Write down on a piece of paper any two numbers. Start a Fibonacci sequence by adding the first number to the second number to create the third number. Continue adding pairs of numbers to get the next number in the sequence. For example: 72, 81, 153, 234, 387, 621, 1008, 1629, 2637, 4266 etc. The more numbers in the series, no matter what numbers are used as the starting point, will yield a relationship of 1.618 (i.e. 2637 *1.618=4266). Fibonacci found this relationship of 1.618 to be of great significance and he used it throughout his works. Note the following: 0.382 * 1.618 = 0.618 0.618 * 1.618 = 1.000 1.000 * 1.618 = 1.618 1.618 * 1.618 = 2.618

in time and price. Note also the Fibonacci circles use the same relationships. and 360 degrees of rotation may mark points of interest in both price and time.Referring to the first graph. note the use of the 1. 270. . Using Fibonacci extension principles the subsequent high 179633 would be an area that may be considered significant to watch. Gann and Fibonacci found a few relationships which are more significant than 90. Note that each time price came in contact with the circle there was a change in market direction. These tools function both forward and backward. 180. If a tool exhibits at least two of these points of interaction it has the potential to be significant in a third or fourth point. This interaction may carry forward or backwards over many subsequent circles.618 relationship in the following ways: On the left side a retracement scale exists depicting the Fibonacci range from 173374 to 177242.

and again shows multiple points of significant interaction both forward and backwards in time and price. The interaction of the different chart structures may be of significance as it can reaffirm points or areas that may become significant. 15 min. The Fibonacci numbers series should be used in Fibonacci circles and retracements. Elliot used this same sequence as a cornerstone in the development of the Elliot Wave structure. 45 min.In this figure the same construction is applied from the preceding low point.N. or monthly chart. . Circles may be placed upon a chart well in advance of anticipated significant areas with the use of the Fibonacci circles tool. One very important thing to keep in mind is that there are many continuous interactions on different levels. The same or opposite structure may exist on a 1 min. Elliott found several patterns to be quite common that exhibit this relationship. weekly. R. daily.

and 89. The 13 line points to the end of the congestion and the start of the next wave up to the 21 line and another high.618 relationship. The first line at bar 8 points to the first high. Note how the series continues to be useful at pointing to future areas of importance at bars 34. 55. Note how the tool identified areas of significance.This figure shows Fibonacci cycles using the 1. .

382%. . Note in this graph that the low of 04-04-01 is the starting point a circle that uses the 05-22-01 high as its 1. Whenever there is a retracement of a minimum price movement of . one measures the high of 01-24-01 to the low of 04-0401.000 circle. Another circle can be drawn from the high on 01-24-01 which uses the low of 04-22-01 as its 1.000 circle.This figure shows a daily chart of the $Compq. Depicted on the chart are Fibonacci levels from each visually significant high or low. The other measures the low of 04-04-01 to the most recent high of 05-22-01. the point that the retracement began from should mark a valid point for a Fibonacci circle. Two retracements are depicted.

time. 10x1. Price forecasts Time (price can be used to suggest future points. or increments in price) Tools available for this task include the Gann fan and square. high to high. Some possible uses include: high to low. and arcs. Fibonacci circles. and Fibonacci cycle. and low to low) Tools available for this task include the Gann square and fan. Andrews pitchfork. Fibonacci circles. or increments in time) Tools available for this task include the Gann fan and square. repetitive levels. 1. Although many shapes and sizes of the square may be used and prove useful. Andrews pitchfork. and fan. Time forecasts Time (time can be used to suggest future areas of significance. and arcs. . 2. circles. This is done for you when you use the Pyrapoint tool. Fibonacci retracement. by counting different time series. repetitive levels. 5x1.This graph shows a Gann Square anchored on the preceding low which shows many points of interaction with the fan lines along the way. high to high. Price forecasts Price (price can be used to suggest future areas of significance. 3. 4. and resources to support the verification. low to high. by counting different price series. square. and 1x10 Another method for constructing the box is to use Gann’s square of nine to calculate what I refer to as natural box sizes. Obviously that’s a pretty bold statement since verifying mere fractional portions of a contention by academic theorists has resulted in significant awards. and arcs. Time forecasts Price (time can be used to suggest future points. and Elliott wave. Squares are generally best constructed from visually significant highs or lows. Andrews pitchfork. I would contend that each of the following 8 statements could be verified with the sufficient desire. and low to low) Tools available for this task include the Gann cycle. 1x5. some demonstrate more consistent results which include height to width (rise to run) of 1x1. low to high. Some possible uses include: high to low.

subtraction. triangle. All constructions are based on these two major points. They may be represented in two or three dimensions: square to cube. 7. and arcs.5.00 circle passing through 05-25-01. This may suggest that the identified area may become significant and that may provide the desired trader’s edge.28 on 01-14-00 (point A) and the prior major low of 7400. The Fibonacci circles were sized with the center on the major high on 01-14-00 and the 1. The Gann Square was sized so its vertical range used these two major prices. and arcs. division. Andrews pitchfork. Time forecasts Price and Time (time can be used to suggest future points in price and time) Tools available for this task include the Gann fan and square. Both the major high and the major low are marked by horizontal blue lines. thus squaring Time and Price. Ensign Windows provides the tools to easily create forward-looking interactions. .net Text by Howard Arrington This chart is the weekly Dow Jones Industrial. as what may appear to be congestion in an x-y plane may be continuous motion in the y-z plane. Fibonacci circles. Andrews pitchfork. Fibonacci circles. The relationships may also be represented graphically in simple geometric shapes: circle. Andrews pitchfork. squaring or square root of a number. circle to sphere etc. Three-dimensional representations can often demonstrate speed of movement. 8. The numbers or series may be created by any of the following methods and may be viable: addition. Price and Time forecasts Price (price and time can be used in conjunction to suggest future points in price) Tools available for this task include the Gann fan and square. analyzed using the major high of 11750. I find it useful when multiple techniques point to the same conclusion. multiplication.30 on 09-04-98 (not shown). Price and Time forecasts Time (price and time can be used in conjunction to suggest future points in time) Tools available for this task include the Gann fan and square. Trading Tip: Gann Squares and Fibonacci Circles Analysis by Steve Grimaldi gts@nb. and its horizontal width used the 01-14-00 bar for its left edge and the recent high on 05-25-01 as the right edge. 6. Fibonacci circles. and arcs. and arcs. Price forecasts Price and Time (price can be used to suggest future points in price and time) Tools available for this task include the Gann fan and square. square. Andrews pitchfork. Fibonacci circles. The chart scale was adjusted so the 45 degree line from the circle tool would pass through the corners of the Gann Square.

Note the Arc support at points B and D. You will need to construct the circles yourself to see the symmetry for the data off the left side of the chart.half of Gann's 144.ensignsoftware. and 71 weeks between 01-14-00 and 05-25-01! This cycle is close to the 72 week cycle .htm . There is considerable symmetry of moves on the different radii. http://www. Note the Arc expiration at points C and E. Sorry the chart size that can be included in this newsletter does not permit more chart bars to be shown.com/tips/tradingtips19.There are 71 weeks between the 09-04-98 low and the 01 -14-00 high.

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