Pattern, Price & Time: Using Gann Theory in Trading Systems

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Wiley, Mar 19, 1998 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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The first book to bring a highly controversial charting method down to earth for today′s futures traders.

W. D. Gann continues to be one of the most controversial figures in technical analysis. Considered eccentric, abstruse, and even mystical by some, his techniques, which combine geometric figures with time and price, have nevertheless been successfully adapted and used by several generations of traders. This book explains how Gann concepts apply to all major markets. It shows readers how to integrate Gann theory into modern computer charting techniques and real–time systems.

JAMES A. HYERCZYK (Palos Park, Illinois) is President of JAH Research and Trading. He is also chief technician for a large futures research and publishing company.

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Contents

Who Was W D Gann?
1
Gann Theory in a Nutshell
5
Chart Basics
25
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JAMES A. HYERCZYK is a registered Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) located in Palos Park, Illinois.

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