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18 the year, which are spring, summer, fall and winter and important to watch for change i n trend. However, the divisions of time are from the date of the actual important high and low prices. The important yearly cycles are 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22 1/2, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30, 40, 45, 49, 56, 60, 84, and 90 which is the great cycle. We divide the cycles into 1/2, which is the most important, and also into the periods of 1/8, 1/3 and 2/3, and watch these proportionate parts of the cycles for changes in trend. For example: The great cycle of 90 years equals 1080 months; 1/2 is 45 years or 540 months 1/4 is 22 1/2 years or 270 months 1/8 is 11 1/4 years or 135 months 1/16 is 5 5/8 years or 67 1/2 months The 30 year cycles or any other cycle is divided up in the same way. Multiples of 7 yearsThe multiples of 7 years or 84 months are all important to watch for change in trend. These are 7 years or 84 months are all are all important to watch for change in trend. These are 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, and 49, which is most important because it is the square of 7. Next 56 and 63 are important, 63 because it is 7 X 9 and 81, the square of 9, is very important. (Remember as Ive mentioned earlier in the text, these cycle expirations do not necessarily indicate a change in the major trend, but can mean a good tradable situation). Yearly time periodstriangles and squaresWhen 1/3 of a year from any important low comes out at the eame time as 1/4 or 1/2 of a year from another important top or bottom comes out, it is of great importance for a change in trend. One half of a year is alweys the most important, just the same as 1/2 of the highest selling price and 1/2 of the range of the price is important for resistance levels. By practice, study and comparison and by placing the calculator over the weekly high and low chart, you will see how all these price and time periods « out. TIME, PRICE, VOLUME, VELOCITY, PITCH OR TREND When a time cycle is completed, volume increases and the market begins to move up faster or move down faster. The pitch or trend is determined mostly by the 45 degree angle, which is the most important, but other angles can be used to determine the trend. The pitch or trend is the 4th dimension and shows whether the market is slow or fast by the angle, whether very acute or above the 45 degree angle or flat and slow, below the 45 degree angle, which causes a slow creeping market that may later regain important angles and increase the pitch of the angle and start moving up faster. All of this is shown on the Master Calculator or Square of 52.
Three ways to square or balance time and price. 1. Balance the lowest price with time measured in weeks and balance the highest price with time. 2. Balance the range, which is the total between the extreme high and extreme low. 3. Get the 4th dimension by balancing prioe and time in weekly time periods as shown on the Master Square of 52. PRICE SCALES Price scales can run up and down to 104, 208, 416, and 520, which balances out the time periods. For grains, this scale is for cents per bushel. For stocks it is $1.00 per share. The price periods are divided up into 1/8 and 1/3, the same as the time periods. Scale for cotton, coffee, cocoa and eggseach 1/8 cent equals 10 points, therefore 52 would indicate 520 in price and 104 would indicate 1040 for cotton or any other commodity trading in 100 points to 1 cent. Eggsweekly high low charteggs trade at a minimum of 5 points. We use to points to 1/8 inch on the daily high low chart. Experience has proven that a scale of 25 points to 1/8 inch, which represents one week in time, works best. Therefore, 52 spaces on the calculator would indicate 1300 or 13 cents for eggs; 104 vrould represent 2600; 156 would represent 3900; 208 would represent 5200 or 52 cents per dozen eggs, etc. HOW TO USE THE MASTBl CALCULATOR One column on the calculator can be used for one month or one rear but the calculator is designed to be used on the vteekly high ow chart for determining the important change in trend. Place the bottom or "0" of the calculator on "0" below any price or place it on the low price, then you will see where the anglee cross and resistance levels are indioated. Place the calculator marked "top" at the high price on the exact date the important price is made, then you can see the important angles for resistance from the top down. THE INNBl SQUARE OF 1/2 POINT Place the calculator on 1/2 of the highest selling price or 1/2 of the range. Place the calculator where it is marked 1/2 or 26 weeks or the chart on the same line that low or high ie made. Placing the calculator on 26 over the 1/2 point will show resistance and whether the price is in strong or weak position.
THE INNER SQUARE OF 45 DEGREE ANGLES The inner square of 45 degree angles starts from 26, vich is 1/2 of 52, and move up or down. It crosses at 26, which is 1/2 of 52. The 45 degree angle moving up from "0" crosses at 52 and 104 and the 45 degree angle moving down from a top or high level crosses at 52 and terminates at "O". All of these important 45 degree angles from any important high or low cross on 1/4, 1/2. 3/4, etc., as you can see, and balance out time and price. MOST IMPORTANT TIME PBIODS The most important time periods are the anniversary date of 1, 2, 3 years or more from the dates of the important highs and important lows. Second in importance is 1/2 of the yearly time period. Third in importance is 3/4 or 39 weeks in each year. Fourth, the 1/3 point or 17 weeks and the 2/3 point or 35 weeks are also very important time periods for change in trend." (Illustration 3.1)
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