I have tried to include every aspect of Gann's methods that I have discovered with the four major updates to Ganntrader and the all new Ganntrader 3. I have intentionally not included Elliot Wave, Golden Triangles, Numerology, and other technical analysis techniques. You can be assured that the software is pure unadulterated Gann. My collection of Gann's material includes everything that has been published as well as some unpublished materials.
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One of our goals at Optuma is to make advanced Gann analysis as simple as possible for our clients. As such, we have created a number of tools that can save you hours of research and painstaking manual calculations in your chart analyses. Not only have we taken the old wooden Square of Nine and made it fully interactive and customisable , but we have also developed a number of tools derived from it, such as the Static and Dynamic Square of 9.
The Static Square of 9 tool calculates price levels according to degree levels — or aspects — of the Square of 9 wheel, starting with 1 in the center. When the Static Square of 9 tool is applied to the chart with a Price Unit of 1 — more about that later the first degree level will be 11, the second will be 28, the third 53, etc. Looking at the classic Square of 9 wheel you will see where these numbers appear: all are on the horizontal line to the left of the center value of 1.
As each number is one complete revolution around the Square of 9 from the previous number they are said to be degrees apart. Similarly, the degree levels are half way around from the center starting point and directly opposite the degree levels, i. Whilst they are degrees apart from each other they are degrees from the center.
You will see the relationship between the classic Square of 9 wheel and the levels in the tool in this image:. The Square of 9 chart is also known as a square root calculator: pick a number on the chart, take the square root, add two, and re-square.
You will see the value will be the next number around the wheel. This is why the distance between each successive level is never the same: each subsequent rotation around the wheel is further to travel, so for example, the distance between the degree levels grows wider and wider with each revolution.
This is why the distance between the 1st and 2nd degree level is 17 28 — 11 but from 3rd to 2nd the distance is Many Gann analysts use the degree levels as potential support and resistance points in the market, and they can work for any instrument in any time frame. The degree levels used are semi-square, or every 45 degrees i. As you can see, the chart has respected these levels on multiple occasions.
One important thing to remember is that the settings for the Square of 9 tool — and all Optuma tools for that matter — can be set by the user to their own specifications, whether the degree levels, the line colours, and perhaps most importantly the Price Unit. By setting the Price Unit property to 0. A variation of this tool is the Dynamic Square of 9 , which, instead of looking at angles from the center square ie 1 , uses a user-defined value instead.
One other important feature of the dynamic tool is that it also works from a high going in the opposite direction, predicting potential support levels or targets.
If you apply the tool to a significant high then click a second time below the level of the first click it will calculate the descending levels. These are just a couple of examples of some of the advanced Gann tools that we have developed over the past 20 years which, when used in conjunction with other confirmation signals and a robust trading plan, will save you time and improve your analyses.
To arrange a free trial of these tools and many more please click here , or click here to contact us. Darren is the senior Software Specialist at Optuma. He joined the company in after attending an introductory technical analysis course. Darren now instructs users all over the world, from experienced Wall Street traders and professional money managers to individual traders drawing their first trendlines. Going on to live and work in Australia, UK and currently USA, Darren has a broad understanding of the individual needs of traders and investors utilising a wide range of methodologies.
When not looking at charts, Darren keeps a keen eye on England's cricket team - especially if they are playing against Australia. But I thought the scale should be exactly the same in this case, no?
I applied the same to TSLA current 1-year daily chart. The degree line becomes crowded as a result of the price rally. But when I check their respective degree lines against the SQ9 chart, they deviate quite significantly. If I have to stick with the crowded display which is the only correct one, let me know and I will just stick with it. Thanks May. Note that the XY price scale ratio in the bottom-right corner is unrelated to this Gann Sq9 tool — that it used for chart geometry and scaling.
Your email address will not be published. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn. Using the Price Unit One important thing to remember is that the settings for the Square of 9 tool — and all Optuma tools for that matter — can be set by the user to their own specifications, whether the degree levels, the line colours, and perhaps most importantly the Price Unit. Going Dynamic A variation of this tool is the Dynamic Square of 9 , which, instead of looking at angles from the center square ie 1 , uses a user-defined value instead.
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Software Ganntrader 3.1
GannTrader expands the horizons for you as a Trader. The software works as a share trading software and can be used as day trading. Giving you more tools, than ever before, to prize out of your favourite markets the secret jewels that Gann discovered. Gann had a team of up to 20 Analysts making Charts for him to trade. The following are some of the charts and styles you can access in GannTrader 3. All available with 2 keystrokes. This alone is worth the price of the software.
Optuma’s Square of Nine Price Tools