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20 WHERE TO WATCH FOR CHANGE IN TREND Most changes in trend occur when the time periods are at one half of the square of 144, at the end of a square, or at the 1/3, 2/3, 1/4 and 3/4 points in the square of 144. You must always watch the square in time of the highest price and the minor highs and lows. In addition, look for the square in time of the lowest price and the second or third higher bottoms, as well as the time required to square the range snd where this square works out in the Master Square of 144. Example: The lowest wheat ever sold was 28 cents per bushel, in March, 1852. Therefore, every 28 months would square the lowest price. The higheet price that wheat ever sold for was in May 11, 1917 when the May option sold at 325. Hence, it would require 325 months to square the highest price. The lowest price that the May option ever sold was 44 cents. Therefore, it would require 44 months in.time to square the low price. The range between 44 and 325 is 281 cents which would require 281 months, 281 weeks, or 281 days to square the range. You would look on the Master Chart and see the 2squares of 144 equal 288, and would watch for a change in trend between 281 and 288 or near the end of the second square of 144. The extreme low, 7 X 44, equals 308, therefore, 6 1/2 times 44 would equal 286, which is within two points of the end of the square of 144 or the end of the second square, thus making 286 an important time period to watch for e change in trend. In squaring the range of 325, the highest prioe for May wheat would be 2 squares of 144 and 37 over, eo when the time reached 36 daye, weeks or months in the Maeter Square of 144, you can see that resistance would be met. You see this becauee, moving up ths time period of 136, you see the 45 degree angle moving down from 72, which is the inner squere. The line drawn across from 36 on the price scale crosees at 36. In this way you can see that the Master Chart would indicate a resistance in time and price correeponding with the square of the highest price, the lowest price and the range. All other time periode from a high price, low price, or the range of any commodity, stock averages or individual stocks, should be worked out in this same way. You will succeed in using the Master Mathematical Price, Time and Trend Calculator by going over the charts and laying the calculator over them and working out past history. In this way you will learn just how it works and prove to yourself the great value of the Maater Calculator. HOURLY TIME PffilODS When markets are very active and making a wide range in price, it is important to keep an hourly high and low chart. Do this in the same way as you keep the daily high and low chart. The hourly chart will give the first change in trend. There are 24 hours in a day, therefore, 6 days are required to pass through 144 and a
total of 864 days to pass through the souare of 144. At the present time, all exchanges are open 5 days a week, with the exception of holidays, and most of them are open 5 hours each day. Therefore, it will require 28 days and 4 hours to pass through 144 at the rate of 5 hours per day and 5 days per week. GREAT YEARLY TIME CYCLE To pass through the square of 144, which equals 2D,736, it requires 56 years, 9 months and 23 days, which is very important time cycle. Next in importance is 1/2 of this period which is 28 years, 5 months and 8 days and 1/4 which is 14 years, 2 months and 19 days. The 14 year cycle is alwaye very important because it is 2 seven year periods. Fourteen years epual 168 months and 169 months is the square of 13 making it very important for a change in trend and this is also an important time resistance point. Oneeighth of the Great Cycle is 7 years, 1 month and 10 days and is quite important. Onesixteenth is 42 months and 20 daya, 1/32 is 21 months and 10 days. This is an important time period because it is close to 22 1/2 months which is 1/16 of the circle of 36D degrees. GREEN ANGLES The green angles are the angles of 2X1 which move up 2 spaces or 2 points in one period of time. The other angle below the 45 degree angle is the angle of 1X2 which requires 2 time periods to move up 1 space or 1 cent per bushel on grains for each time period of 1 day, week or 1 month. These angles move down from the top at the rate of 2 points or 2 spaces per time period or at the rate of 1/2 space, 1/2 point or 1/2 cent per time period. The distance that the green angles and the red angles are apart determinea how far prices can advance or deoline. When the market enters the inner equare, it is impprtant for a change in trend. Time angles and the markets position in the square tell, at the time it entered, whether the prioe is going up or down. Also, when the price breake below the 45 degree angle on the inner square it shows weakness in proportion to the time from high or low price. HOW TO USE THE MASTER SQUARE OF 144 Follow all rules and angles as given in the Master Forecasting course. Place this chart at the bottom, or 0, or the bottom of the chart on the low price, or on the square of the high price, or the square of the range on the daily, weekly or monthly charts.
When you figure the halfway point of the extreme high or the halfway point of the range, place either the top or bottom of the chart on the halfway point and it will find the correct position and trend. However, if you will place the center, or 72, on the halfway point in price, you will get the correct position in time. You can see how the price is working out with time in the Master Scuare of 144 and the inner square which starts from 72 the gravity center of 1/2 point of the square. (Illuetration 3.3) On Illustration 3.4, point (A) is fifty percent price and time. Point (B) is the full square of 144, in both price and time. Note that even though prioe went above 144 points during that week, prioe and time did square out. Another point to note is, the low was 216, which is 144 plus 72. Therefore, when price hit 360, it was at an obvious resistance level at point (C). Ive found 144 an excellent tool on monthly charts. Ive found this vibration on most daily commodities and currencies charts, and seldom on individual, daily stock charts.
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