Wednesday, August 25, 2010

A High in 10 Year Treasuries? An Unorthodox Use of the Gann Square of Nine.

The following may be somewhat hard to follow and may also be hard to accept as a valid analysis using Gann's Square of Nine:

  • Take the 130.61 (131) high and the 114.50 (114) low on the 10 Year Treasuries.
  • Using the Square of Nine, these values are 146 degrees apart. The 114 value is at 248* and the 131 value is at 34*. Therefore 34 + (360-248) = 146*
  • Divide the 146 into fourths: 73* & 36.5*
  • 248 + 73 = 321 * and 321 + 36.5 = 357.5
  • Therefore on the Gann Square Wheel the following angles are significant: 248, 321, 357.5 and 34.
  • Draw lines intersecting the center point from these angles.
  • The Gann Harmonics can be ascertained from where these radii fall on the Square of Nine Values.
  • The following levels are highlighted.
Purple: 122 & 140 (321*)
Green: 114 & 136 (248*)
Light Blue: 109 & 131 (34*)
Dark Blue: 106 & 127 (357.5*)

Light Blue @ 131 represents the HIGH, Green @ 114 represents the LOW
Purple at @ 122 represents the resistance at 121.17
Dark Blue represents the POTENTIAL HIGH @ 127

Price Considerations.
Since the value of the price amplitude = 146 degrees, A projection of 146 days is extended from the June 11 2009 low.
  • First Octave is at November 4th 2009
  • Second Octave is at March 30th 2020 (near the April 5th secondary low at 114.89
  • Third Octave is at August 23rd 2010 (near the 127 Price Harmonic)
The chart below shows the Square of Nine and the 10 Year treasury Chart. The 10 Years are very close to the 127 harmonic coincident with the 3rd time octave at August 23rd 2010.




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