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weeks to narrow down your target date. The same logic is applicable to days or even hours, i.e. the turning point or swing should be a "Major" swing high or low relative to the time period your chart covers. From this information, it should be obvious to you that the square root of a major high or low price is in sync with a rhythm in time. For example, on August 25"", 1987 the Dow topped at 2746 before the October 87 crash. Converting this to a three digit number 274.6 and calculating the square root we get 16.57. If we add this period as years we get 1987 + 16.57 = 2003 again for a second hit in this particular year. This is also the same year we found in the earlier analysis of United States History, Do not underestimate the value of this concept, i.e. that price is also a longitude or a time measure.

Price Levels for Support & Resistance

Another technique is to calculate price levels for support and resistance off of these periodic number tables. The strongest support or resistance is always on the same or opposite angle. The next levels in significance are the squares or 90-degree angles. For example: November Beans recently made a low of $411, which is on the 180-degree angle ofthe Square of 9. Therefore, all the numbers on this angle and the zero angle (which is 180 + 180 =360 or back to zero) are important levels for support and resistance. These prices are: 334,411, 496, 589 for the 180° -angle and also 298, 371, 452, and 541 for the zero angle. Just simply locate your price on the "Master Chart" and find what angle it is on and look at all the numbers that are on the same or opposite angle. For large numbers like the Dow Jones, simply move the decimal point and convert the price to a three or four-digit number.

Another technique is to divide the price by the minimum fluctuation to convert the price to ticks. For example, the 411 price we just looked at for beans could also be $411/ 0.25 (or multiplied by 4} = 1644 and this number is on a completely different angle. The first oppositiori to this number is 1726 divided by 4 = $431. The first conjunction above 1644 is 1810 divided by 4 = $452,50. You may want to experiment with this idea.

Another price technique is to take all the cardinal and corner numbers and multiply them by the minimum fluctuation of the market you are trading. By doing this, you can see what numbers would appear on the important angles ofthe Square of Nine if you started with the minimum fluctuation as the center number and also grew the square by this same number. You can also use the all time low price as the center and multiple it by the cardinal and comer numbers. For example: the July 1932 Dow Jones Low was 41.70. If we multiply this by 281, a cardinal number, we get 11,717.70, which is very close to the extreme price high of 11,750 reached on January 14 2000. The difference is only 32 points. We can also put the extreme high in the center and subtract the cardinal and comer multiples of extreme low of 41.70. For example: If we take the cardinal number 53 and multiply it by the extreme low of 41.7, we get 2,210.10. If we subtract this amount from 11,750, we get 9,539.9 as a possible support number if the Dow breaks 10,000, which I believe could happen in March 2001. This date is the periodic time cycle date we calculated using calendar months in the section covering periodic time cycles, but we will have to wait and see. Obviously, you can also add and subtract the cardinal and comer numbers just as they are without multiplying them by an extreme low. By the way, in all the quotes where Gann discusses a forecast he always says that it was based

upon a Master Time Factor. He always describes it a singular thing, which is probably a process. The master time factor is not a particular cycle as many Gann students have been lead to believe. For example, many have thought that the Master Time Factor was the 60-year Cycle, However, Gann said that his 1929 forecasts was based upon his discovery of the Great Cycle, which is the 60-year cycle according to Ganns "Forecasting Course", and a Master Time Factor. This shows that they are not one in the same. If you go through all the Gann material (Books, Courses and Advertisements) you will find that the only other time he uses the words time factor is in his Master Charts Course when he describes the Square of Nine. In the Soybean letter, Gann says: "The square of is 1 andr is the sun". The only other place where Gann puts the number 1 in"l"ishis description of the Square of Nine and Hexagon Charts. In this same letter, Gann tells the recipient to calculate the longitude average of the 8 planets that revolve around the Sun. If "1" is the Sun and its surrounded by 8 planets (excluding Earth) then isnt this a very similar description to the way Garm describes the Square of Nine? I will leave the rest of this investigation alone.

Converting Astronomical Longitude to Price.

The secret to converting zodiacal longitude into price levels is always based upon the minimum fiuctuation ofthe security, commodity, currency, etc. Many of todays software programs use techniques that convert the current planetary longitudes imo price levels. For example, if the planet Satum is at 23° 2 Taurus, the straight longitude conversion is $53.35 because Taums starts at 30°of the zodiacal circle. W.D. Garm illustrates this technique in the Coffee Letter. Other techniques are based upon

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