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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.

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.

NewKid,

I was heading out the door and saw your bond numbers I don't think I told you right I will have to go over some of my old sq nine charts and get the numbers for the bonds sometime this weekend maybe...gotta go

I was heading out the door and saw your bond numbers I don't think I told you right I will have to go over some of my old sq nine charts and get the numbers for the bonds sometime this weekend maybe...gotta go

Please help me with understanding Gann's technique (Sq of 9).Any good link where I can understand how the S/Rs are calculated......

CJ,

I know things have been hectic for you recently but let me know when you get a hold of those bond numbers.

Thanks.

I know things have been hectic for you recently but let me know when you get a hold of those bond numbers.

Thanks.

I re-read (skimmed) the 3 books I have on SQ of nine, and read my old notes and surfed the web. And cannot find it, I am working on it since I am trading the bonds now. I'll post it, as I know they are powerful as I heard others brag on them in the bond market....

ak1,

there is 2 ways of doing it. Start with 1. or start with a high or low. They are both equally as good. For starting with one check the link I gave earlier with a few thousand numbers, just use the ones in the yellow.

And for starting with a high or low. Search square roots in the search here at mypivots.com and read up on that thread if there are any questions just ask.

there is 2 ways of doing it. Start with 1. or start with a high or low. They are both equally as good. For starting with one check the link I gave earlier with a few thousand numbers, just use the ones in the yellow.

And for starting with a high or low. Search square roots in the search here at mypivots.com and read up on that thread if there are any questions just ask.

Square of nine for the ZB

122'093

123'062

124'031

125'031

126'031

127'031

128'031

129'031

130'031

131'031

132'031

133'062

134'093

122'093

123'062

124'031

125'031

126'031

127'031

128'031

129'031

130'031

131'031

132'031

133'062

134'093

There are not always '031 thats just the cell it was in. The trick is to start with 1/32nd and not one.

Thanks a lot Joe. They do appear to be offering resistance at some levels.

when i was a member of the kane forum, i showed hundreds of examples of how the algo computers will attempt to hit the .886 on days that open on gap.. on page two of this topic i showed how when line from ml set, gann and fib are close, price will''stretch''

til it kisses all three then turn...at todays low both predefined setups were present.

til it kisses all three then turn...at todays low both predefined setups were present.

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.

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