Thursday, 2 June 2016

Bond ETF with Gann Angles

When the TLT rises the 10 to 30 yield is falling. Current bond prices suggest that it a time to tool up!

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Why Gann Angles?

Simply, the best element is that a Gann Angle requires only 1 point on the chart to draw. The rest is letting price and time measure the price action of the stock.

1x1 means time and price are moving equally.
1x2 means price is moving 2 times faster than time. A fast price mover!

William Gann used many tool, like the simple tools. When price action is controlled by Gann Angles investing (swing or momentum) confidence is very high.

Using Gann Angles tools with other indicators is a great marriage (RTT Steps, RTTTrendPowerOBV, RTTOBV, etc).


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