by the Patterns

- Dedication and Author Comment - i
- A Note on Security Measures - ii
- Table of Contents - iii
- An Introduction to Dr. Bennett and Her Work by Ken Macht - xii
- Publisher’s Introduction
- The Higher Purpose of Gann Theory - xvii
- Origin and Development of the Series - xxii
- On Baumring and Wave Mechanics - xxvii
- Wave Patterns
- Why Study the Law of Vibration by the Patterns?
- What Tools Do You Need to Do the Exercise?
- References

- What Am I Supposed to Be Learning?
- Getting Started on the Model
- Cycle Structure
- Wavelength
- How to Measure a Cycle – Node to Node
- Nodal Points
- Wave Structure
- How to Build a Cycle
- Create the Waves of the Cycle

- Hurst Already Has This!
- How Do I Read the Charts?
- Basic Waves
- Positive or Negative Phasing
- Fundamental Interval

- Assigning Values to the Intervals
- Wave Direction
- 4 Wave Cycle Structures
- What to Look for to Differentiate the Different Cycle Structures
- Additional Wave View
- The 8ths Wave Structure
- Understanding How Cycle Harmonics Combine: The Composite Cycle
- Compound vs. Simple Composite Waves
- Summational Cycle Applied in the Soybean Market
- The Importance of Studying the Theoretical Waves
- Events Happening Inside the Waves
- 1. Retracements:
- 2. Congestion:
- 3. Extreme moves:
- 4. Crossing Waves:

- Applying the Base Theoretical Waves to a Market
- Variations of the Same Base 4 Wave Structure

- General Chart Formations
- Run Formations or Grinds
- Top Structures
- Bottom Structures
- Range Formations or Stumps
- Sequence of Waves that Occur due to Direction of Cycles at Starting Point
- Natural Partner Cycles
- Inverting Waves Creating Other Base Wave Patterns
- Node Inversions
- Node 1 Inversions:
- Node 2 Inversions:

- Nodes and Andrews

- Chart Formations and the Markets
- Dow 2002 to 2007 Bull Market & 2009 Bear Structure
- DOW 2009 to 2017 Cycle Structure
- What About Intraday?
- Common Periods of Time Create Similar Chart Patterns (DOW)

- Wave Mechanics
- Measuring the Market (Learning to Count)
- Getting the Correct Market Direction
- NOW, Count!
- LOV Daily Time Segment Counts (Calendar Days)
- Another Way to Count

- May the Force Be with You
- Vectors
- Acceleration and Deceleration of Price Lines
- Angle of Attack

- Normal Lines
- Angles of Reflection
- Applying Normal Lines and Angles of Reflections
- Reflective Lines and Price Channels
- To Build a Channel

- Acceleration and Deceleration Formula
- Rise
- Run
- Acceleration rate
- Key Points to Note

- Measuring the Market (Learning to Count)
- Harmonic Composition and Decomposition
- Definitions
- Decomposition
- Composition:

- Waves Shapes
- Sine Wave
- Geometric Wave/Square Wave
- Triangle Wave
- Saw Tooth Wave

- Deflagration: (Gaps)
- Discontinuity

- Shocks: Up & Down Shocks
- Attenuation
- Attenuation in the Markets
- Other Key Components of Waves and Their Market Appearance
- Rarefaction
- Relaxation Time
- Dissipative Process
- Dilatational Wave
- Compressional Wave
- Wave Front
- Wave Length
- Distortional Wave

- Other Key Components of Waves and Their Market Appearance
- Effects of Volume in the Markets
- Very, Very Important Aspect of Waves Cancellation and Disappearance
- Using Decomposition in Market Analysis and Trading

- Definitions
- Shapes of Moves in the Market
- Ranges or Many Weeks in Narrow Range
- Waves and Parabolas
- Waves in the Market? Got That! Really?

- Transmission Impairments to Wave Propagation
- Attenuation
- Fading
- Distortion
- Interference
- Noise

- Putting Theory into a Forecast
- 1. The development of dates
- 2. Repeating individual wave structures
- 3. Creation of composite waves

- Working with a Market (Step by Step) - Silver
- A. Choose a Market: Silver
- B. Beginning to Measure
- C. Which Lengths to Choose
- D. Angle of Attack and Reflection
- E. Using History to Create a Forecast

- Summary of Initial Market Analysis
- Forecast Type 1: Developing Dates
- To Generate a Date
- BUT My Software Doesn’t Draw Those
- Draw a Date Line

- Forecast Type 2: Repeating Individualized Waves
- Comparisons to Use
- Comparing Soybean Waves
- Comparing S&P Waves
- Another S&P Angle of Attack

- Similar Wave Structures

- Forecast Type 1: Developing Dates
- Gann Grids and Fans
- Applying the Grids
- Silver
- A Glimpse of Price by Using Gann Fans

- How to Know You Are Doing Something Right?
- What should you do with a chart like this?
- Law of Periodicity: Repetition of Pattern Defines Law of Periodicity
- Using Chart Formation Similarities to Find Periodic Patterns

- Applying the Grids
- Forecast Type 3: Composite Wave Projections
- Market Tracings
- Understanding Tracings

- Master Charts
- Projection Charts

- How to Make Up Annual Forecasts
- Page 8 of Master Time Factor and Forecasting by Mathematical Rules
- Page 12, Individual Stocks

- Did Gann use Composite Wave Projections?
- Wheat
- A. Wheat Cycles for 1949 Master Chart
- B. Gann’s 1949 Commodity Futures Prices Projection from his Ephemeris
- C. Author Reproduction of the Multi-Year Price Line Tracings Based on Available Wheat Data
- D. Reconstructed Wheat Projection Based on Prior Year Composite Wave
- E. Composite and Price Lines with Actual Wheat Tracing for 1949

- Gann’s 1929 Dow Jones Industrials Forecast
- Reproducing Gann’s 1929 Forecast
- DOW 1919
- DOW 1920
- DOW 1921
- DOW 1922
- Dow 2017 Main Trend Projection
- Dow 2017 Intermediate Trend Projection

- Market Tracings
- Smoothing the Curve in Silver
- Recreating George Marechal’s Dow Forecast
- Gann and His Time Rules
- 10 Year Rules
- Rule 4
- Rule 5
- Rule 2
- Rule 3
- Rule 8
- Rule 1 (Time Exception)
- Rule 1 Culminations of Trend Times

- 7 Year Cycle
- Rule 6
- Rule 7
- Rule 9
- Rule 11

- Author’s Notes
- Strong Directionality Market
- Know your trend to know what to expect!
- How to differentiate the direction of move expected at a Support or Resistance line in TIME
- Rule 12

- 10 Year Rules
- Gann’s Counting Squares
- Counts 6, 7, 8 Steps:
- Counts 4, 5, 6 Steps:
- Counts 8, 9, 10 Steps:
- Counts 11, 12, 13 Steps:
- Counts 19, 20, 21 Steps:

- Working with the Corn Market
- Looking at the Soybean Market in 2017
- 30-Year Segments
- 10-Year Segments
- Longer Segments
- 7-Year Segments
- 15-Year segments
- Type 2 Forecast
- Timing Points for Soybean’s Next Move
- Type 3 Forecast
- Waldo Points
- Angle of Attack Price Line Projection

- Looking at the Wheat Market in 2017
- A Visual Inspection
- Taking Measures
- Creating a Type 2 Forecast
- Evaluating the 2017 Current Market for a Possible Long Trade
- What is a bottom?
- When might this latest low (2nd higher bottom) form?
- Can we determine the possible price levels for the highs of the “prior weeks”?
- Trade Setup, Entry and Stop Loss
- How to Convert 1-3 Cents to Current Price Levels
- 1st considered Stop Loss level
- 2nd considered Stop Loss level

- Pyramid Opportunity
- Void Trade Setup
- Long Term Outlook for Wheat from the Law of Periodicity

- Wheat, Corn and Soybeans Comparison
- Comparing Two Markets (Wheat and Corn)
- Long Position Outlook
- Short Position Outlook

- Comparing Two Markets (Soybeans and Corn)
- Can we relate any other markets to Wheat?
- Status of Wheat in 2017

- Comparing Two Markets (Wheat and Corn)
- The Yardstick
- Defining the Yardstick
- Using the Yardstick – A Look at Crude Oil
- Crude Oil
- Crude’s Measures
- The Charts Grids and Fans from the Yardstick Measure
- Seeing the Future in the Waves

- Type 2 Forecast for Crude (Individual Waves)
- Comparisons that Could be Used in Crude

- Type 3 Crude Forecast

- Working with the Bond Market
- Learning to See the Obvious
- How to use Waves in Evaluating your Market?

- First Step into Geometry
- Future Books in the Series
- Appendix A - From Sacred Science Institute:
- The Application of Wave Mechanics to Financial Market Forecasting: A Brief Description of The Analysis of Theoretical Wave Mechanic Charts & Their Correlation of Financial Market Price Charts as Taught by Dr. Jerome Baumring
- BASIC OBSERVATIONS
- Composition: (PATTERNS)
- Wavelength: (PATTERNS & NUMBERS)
- Phasing: (PATTERNS & PLANETS)
- Pattern Formation: (PATTERNS)

- MARKET APPLICATIONS
- Counting: (PATTERNS & NUMBERS)
- Reactions and Congestion: (PATTERNS)
- Pattern Recognition: (PATTERNS)
- Angle of Attack: (PATTERNS)
- Geometric Structure: (GEOMETRY)
- Problems:

- NOTES:

- Appendix B - 5-Wave Theoretical Models on CD
- Appendix C - References for Further Study of Waves: Sound
- Wave Types
- https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Engineering_Acoustics/Wave_Motion_in_Elastic_Solids
- https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Engineering_Acoustics/Qualitative_Description_of_Shocks
- Nonlinear Generation of Harmonics
- https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Engineering_Acoustics/Harmonic_Generation
- Progressive Wave Deformation
- Frequency Analysis of Solutions Obtained Using the Method of Characteristics
- Direct Analytical Solution to Harmonic Profile
- References
- Types of Attenuation
- https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Engineering_Acoustics/Attenuation_of_Sound_Waves
- Viscosity and Heat conduction
- Boundary Layer Losses
- Relaxation (Composition/Decomposition Phases)

- Appendix D – Method for Forecasting the Stock Market – by W. D. Gann
- Appendix E - Forecasting Grains by Time Cycles

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This first in a four-part series lays the foundations for the understand of the science of W. D. Gann’s Law of Vibration. A deep and valuable course, filled with information and tools that most analysts have never seen before. It is based upon an exercise originally presented by Dr. Jerome Baumring in the 1980’s as an essential first step in the development of an understanding of how underlying wave components, or cycles, are combined to produce a composite or summational wave. |

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