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Square of nine's


871
886
901
916
931
946
961
977*
993
1009*
1025
1041
1057
1089
1106
1123*
1140
1157
1174
1191
1208
1225
1243
1261
1279*
1297*
1315
1333
1351
1369
1388
1407
1426
1445


*=these carry more weight since they are also primes.
Dated sq of nines for....

10-08

912
925
942
954.5
972.5
986
1004.5
1019*
1037
1051.5*

thanks for these Joe..do you find the non-dated ones work just as well in the overnight session?
Yes they work in all time frames. As the 1009 has been a ceiling twice tonight, but with any numbers its pushing to keep working every time it will eventually give way. I like it when the market is overbought/sold and it hits a number it has not seen in weeks or months.
Thanks for the #s Joe
Thank you
LOD was dated sq nine 972.5 and HOD was very close to 1025 regular sq nine.

Dated sq nine for....

10-09

942
954
972
966
1004
1018
1036.5
1050

Updated sq nines below 871....

856
841
827*
813
799
785
771
757*
743*
Updated sq of nine numbers....

799
785
771
757
743
729
716
703
690
677
664
651


Edit - changed 669 to 664
Thanks for the update Joe.
quote:
Originally posted by CharterJoe

Updated sq of nine numbers....

799
785
771
757
743
729
716
703
690
677
669
651


TY Joe. I have been using the formula to get these and must be doing something wrong. Why is the spread between the 2nd and 3rd from the bottom 12 while between the last two 18? Thanks.
I haven't traded bonds yet, I started using Sierra charts Aug 1st & it has a sq of 9 study, I remembered this thread & put the sq of 9 study on GC & ZB just to see, the #s are like magnets! The settings that seem to work best are 22.5 degrees & 45 degrees in that order.