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19 SQUARE OF 90 In the materials that came with this text is a "Square of 90". This square represents one of the major natural vibratory forces in nature. Moving up the ve rtical axis on the squa re; the f i rst horizontal line is at 11 1/4 (1/8 division of 90); the next line is at 22 1/2 (1/4 of 90) the next at 30 (1/3 of 90) and so forth. Keep in mind these horizontal division were referred to by Gann as angles. Along the horizontal axis are lines running from bottom to top. These are time divisions and are, also, referred to as angles. At the first small square within the Square of 90, 11 1/4 by 11 1/4, is an intersection of 4 angles. The horizontal 11 1/4 degree angle, the vertical 11 1/4 degree angle, the 45 degree angle moving up from 0 and a time angle running down from 22 1/2 degrees. (Illustration 3.2) In the appencfix is a section titled "Auburn." You should study this, using the clear Square of 90 overlay. It will give you an understanding of the use of time angles.
THE MASTER MATHEMATICAL PRICE, TIME AND TREND CALCULATOR This chart is made on transparent plastic so that you can place it over a daily, weekly, or monthly high and low chart and see at a glance the position on the time and price based on the geometrical angles. It is designed to give quick, accurate and easy calculations, thus, saving time and preventing errors. The square of 12 is always important in vwrking out time periods because there are 12 months in a year. The Square of 144 is the great square and works better than any other equare both for time and price because it contains all of the squares from 1 to 144. This chart is divided up into sections of 9, for both time and price, because 9 is the highest digit. Nine spaces on the daily chart equals 9 days, 9 weeks or 9 months in time periods. Nine equals 9 cents on grains. 9 points on stocks or 90 points on cotton on the daily high and low chart. One column in the square of 144 contains 144. This lAiould equal $1.44 on grain, 144 points on stocks, or using a scale of 10 points to 1/8 inch, will equal 1440 points on cotton. Master 144 square contains 324 square inches and each square inch contains 64 units which gives 20,736. This is 20,736 weeks or months and the proportionate parts of this are used for the measurement of time and price because this is the great cycle. One half is 10,368 days. One fourth is 5,184 days. One eighth is 2,592 days, etc. The great cycle in weeks is 2962 and 2 days, and 1/2 of this period is 1481 weeks and 1 day. One fourth is 740 weeks. One eighth is 370 weeks and 2 days. One sixteenth is 185 vteeks and 1 day. One thirty seccnd is 92 weeks and 4 days, and 1/64 is 41 weeks and 2 days. The great cycle in months is 681 months and 23 days. One half of this is 28 years, 9 months and 23 days. One fourth is 14 years, 5 months and 8 days, etc. The weekly and monthly time periods from any major high and low can be checked to determine the future trend. The importance of the circle of 360 degrees must not be overlooked in connection with the square 144 because the proportionate parts of the circle agree with parts of 144. Examples of this are; 2 1/2 times 144 equals 360 ; 1 1/4 times 144 equals 180, 1/2 of a circle; and 90 is 5/8 of 144; 9 is 1/16 of 144; 18 is 1/8; 27 is 3/8; 36 is 1/4; 45 is 5/16 and is always very important for time and price changes, as well as, for resistance levels. Fortyeight is 1/3 of 144; 54 is 3/8; 63 is 7/16; 72 is 1/2 of 144; 81 the square of 9, is 9/16 of 144; 90 is 5/8: 99 is 11/16; 108 is 3/4; 117 is 13/16; 126 is 7/8; and 135 is 15/16 of 144. These are the most important in the square of 12 and should be watched closely when time periods in days, weeks or months reach these points on the Master Calculator. Remember that you should always watch the daily chart for the first indication of the change in trend, while at the same time, look at the position on the chart
or 7 day time periods which is next in Importance. The monthly chart is of the greatest importance for change in main trend. THE IMPORTANCE OF 3 AND 5 The movement in price and time vether on a daily, weekly or monthly chart has three important points: the price , the time and volume of sales. The pitch or trend which is the geometrical angle which shows whether time is influencing and driving prices up or down on a slow angle or an acute fast moving angle. There are also four factors that influence prices, price, time, volume and velocity. Time is the most important factor because, when time is up, volume increases and velocity or speed or the market increases and the pitch or trend on the angles moves up faster or down faster. There are three other important points to consider on a daily, weekly or monthly high and low chart. These are the low price, the highest price and the range or 1/2 between the high and the low. FIVE FACTORS FOR TIME AND PRICE These factors are high, low, halfway point, and opening and closing prices. The trend is indicated by the closing price, especially when the market is very active. If the price closes above the halfway point or near the high, the trend is up. If it closes below the halfway point or near the low, the selling is Greater than the buying and the trend is down, at least emporarily. In connection with the Master Time and Trend Calculator, apply all the rules with the Master Time Factor and geometric angles. STRONGEST POINTS FOR TIME AND PRICE RESISTANCE In using the Master Square of 144, the strongest points are 1/4, 1/3, 2/3, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 4/4, 7/8 and the complete square of 144. The points where the most angles cross are the strongest for resistance in price and time. The triangle points or where the green angles cross are the most important. These are 36 , 48 , 96, 108, of course, 72, and the end of the square of 144 at the top and bottom. When the price is at a point equal to 36, and the time periods in days, weeks or months is at 36, time and price is equal. It is important to watch for change in trend. With the square of 144, you can get any square from 1 to 144. Suppose you want to get the square of 72. Move across to 72 for time, and if the price is moving up on the chart at 72, price and time have balanced (or squared out) and are at the 45 degree angle. Therefore they are at the halfway point on the Master Price, Time and Trend Calculator.
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