Gann students often overlook or misunderstand WD Gann’s Price and time methods. However, my 20 years of experience have convinced me that Gann’s Price & time methods play a crucial role in discovering his untold secrets.
Gann frequently used vibrational Price & time points in his books, courses, and charts (he left clues over there), which he learned from the Holy Bible and ancient masters.
The secret behind WD Gann’s Price & time methods was his ability to think outside the box. With that ability, he was able to predict future market movements accurately by using time and price numbers.
WD Gann insisted in his writings that one must study historical events carefully. From his side, it was a CLUE about the vibrational relationship between Price and time points.
Historical events are much like studying the periodic table of elements by looking at how they reacted together to understand how they will react in the future. In the same way, by using the past as a guide, we can better predict what is likely to happen in the future by studying it.
Gann stated that Price and time had a cyclical relationship.
He used to say that one could predict future price movements by studying past time and price movements. He further claimed that this cyclical relationship between Price and time could be used to identify when a trend was likely to reverse, allowing for more accurate trading decisions.
So many researchers tried their hardest to understand Gann’s Price and time methods, but most failed. That made me wonder what the main reason for their misunderstanding was and what Gann’s actual principles and strategy were. And thinking outside the box gave me the answer to my questions.
In sum, my efforts & long work of more than a decade toward Gann’s Price and time research have finally helped me to understand many of the original principles & methods of WD Gann. I found many of the original Principles and Techniques that WD Gann used to identify Price & time changes in the markets.
So here’s what you can do today as a learner of Gann’s work.
Start developing the ability to think outside the box. Challenge yourself to see things in original and different ways.
Look for Price and time patterns in the charts you study, and think of original and different ways that you can apply them to the markets. Don’t take anything at face value, and stay open-minded.