This article is taken from the Trader's Journal magazine (October 2008 issue)
The author, James Smithson, is an investor, trader and student of Gann based in London, England.
- James Smithson discusses the discovery and use of Gann’s ‘Law of Vibration,’ a method for accurately forecasting the trends of the stock and commodities markets
William D. Gann (1878 – 1955) was an outstanding technical analyst. He was also a prolific teacher of how to make speculation a profitable profession, writing seven books and producing two courses on trading the stock and commodities markets. However, Gann’s superlative skill was his ability to accurately forecast the stock and commodities markets. Gann’s forecasting method was based upon what he called the ‘Law Of Vibration.’ This article seeks to rediscover Gann’s ‘Law Of Vibration.’
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