Gann Squares for Grains
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The Charts below are natural support and resistance levels that are based on W.D.Gann's "Law of Vibration".
Each level can be used as support and then resistance once taken out and the reverse when starting as resistance. These levels will be good until the end of each contract.
Mr Gann viewed stocks as live electrons, atoms, and molecules which hold persistently to their own individuality in response to the fundamental Law of Vibration. Science teaches 'that an original impulse of any kind finally resolves itself into periodic or rhythmical motion, also just as the pendulum returns again in its swing, just as the moon returns in its orbit, just as the advancing year ever brings the rise or spring, so do the properties of the elements periodically recur as the weight of the atoms rises'.
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This is our latest video in an ongoing series of how to use the Fibonacci retracements. Even if you do not trade the market covered, the ONE44 rules and guidelines are the same, as we believe the Fibonacci retracements are the underlying structure of all markets.
Charts are courtesy of Barchart.com
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