W.D. Gann Trading Course in Jaipur - NIWS
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Introduction to WD Gann and His Trading Legacy

William Delbert Gann, born on June 6, 1878, in Lufkin, Texas, was a pioneering finance trader renowned for his innovative technical analysis methods. Gann started his trading career in 1902 at the age of 24. Over the years, he developed several technical analysis tools, including the Gann angles and the Master Charts, which comprise the Square of Nine, the Hexagon Chart, and the Circle of 360.

 

The Mystique of WD Gann

WD Gann is one of the most enigmatic figures in trading history. His use of geometry, astrology, and ancient mathematics to predict market movements and historical events sets him apart. Even decades after he died in 1955, Gann's trading strategies remain widely adopted.

Gann often cited Ecclesiastes 1:9: "That which has been is what will be, that which is done is what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun." This philosophy underpinned his belief that market events have historical precedents and will inevitably repeat.

 

Gann's Cyclical Analysis

Gann’s approach involved studying ancient geometry and astrology to identify repeating patterns across various time cycles. He emphasized the importance of records in predicting future market events, stating, “To succeed, you must continue to study records because the market in the future will be a repetition of the past.”

One of his notable contributions was identifying the 60-year cycle, which he deemed the most significant. He pointed out the correlation between the war period from 1861 to 1869, the financial panic that followed, and the events from 1921 to 1929, including the greatest bull market and subsequent crash. Gann accurately predicted the end of the 1920s bull market in his "Annual Forecast for 1929."

He also highlighted the 90-year cycle, which some believe predicted a financial crisis in 2019, following the crises of 1929 and 1837. Additionally, he noted a 144-month cycle between the economic crises of 2007 and 2019.

 

Practical Application of Gann's Techniques

Gann’s techniques, such as the Gann fans and angles, are integrated into modern technical analysis tools and software. These tools identify potential support and resistance levels in price charts.

 

Enrol in NIWS's Exclusive WD Gann Trading Course in Jaipur

Unlock the secrets of the legendary trader WD Gann with NIWS's WD Gann Trading Course in Jaipur. This comprehensive program is designed to equip you with Gann's time-tested techniques, enabling you to predict market movements precisely. Whether you are a novice or an experienced trader, our course will enhance your trading skills and provide the tools needed to succeed in today's financial markets.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from the best and become a certified technical analyst. Enrol now in the WD Gann Stock Market Course in Jaipur and take the first step towards mastering the art of trading.

DETAIL CURRICULAM

    • The Foundations of Gann Theory
    • Gann’s Chart-Reading Technique
    • The Law of Vibration
    • Gann Analysis
    • The W.D. Gann Method of Commodity Trading
    • Price Structure
    • Swing Indicator
    • Trend Indicator
    • Gann HiLo Activator
    • Gann Trading Rules
    • Gann Angles
    • Gann Fan
    • Gann Square of Nine

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

  • Bankers
  • Dealers, Sub-brokers, Relationship Managers
  • Stock Brokers, Investment Consultants, Portfolio Managers
  • Wealth Managers, Treasury Managers, Researchers
  • Traders & Investors
  • Senior Research Analysts

 

    WHAT WILL YOU GET?

  • Certified Technical Analyst: Obtain certification and enhance your credentials.
  • Job Assistance: Receive assistance in securing a job as a Senior Technical Analyst or Research Analyst.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Minimum Qualification: 10+2 (HSC)
  • Technical Analysis Knowledge: Basic knowledge is recommended but not mandatory.
  • NCFM Certification: Minimum graduate requirement for certification and job placement as a Senior Research Analyst.

Start with a demonstration class.