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W. D. Gann, the Number 90, and the Summer Solstice

The Summer Solstice is here at last, and we’ll be watching for a response from the markets as we move past the weekend and get a fresh trading week underway.

In the meantime, I’ve continued to explore the kind of connections with the Summer Solstice that I recently mentioned here in my posts about Silver and stock market trading, and in my most recent interview with Michael Yorba on his Traders Network radio show.

But as usual, it’s been W. D. Gann that has really gotten me thinking.

Back in the closing months of 1935, when Gann put together his brief essay on “Natural Resistance Levels and Time Cycle Points”, he wrote about lots of correlations to the number 90, which has key connections to the Summer Solstice.

That particular essay contained very little specific information about astrology and the markets, but Gann did reference the seasonal connections of this particularly important number. He also used the number 90 extensively in his discussion of practical techniques for timing market resistance zones.

The attention that Gann gave to the number 90 was what provoked me to put together a brief article on this important market timing factor for our members at FinancialCyclesWeekly.com. It’s a quick review of Gann’s work in the essay, but it does underscore the value in paying attention to the mathematics behind the markets.

You’ll find the full article at: http://www.financialcyclesweekly.com/members/W-D-Gann-and-the-Number-90.cfm

By the way, the work of W. D. Gann is also figuring prominently in the new report that’s currently being prepared on “Timing The Next Market Top”.

It should be ready for distribution by the end of next week– if you’d like to get early-bird notification as soon as it’s available, just CLICK HERE to leave your name and email address.

 

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