This page is structured as follows (either scroll this window or click desired item) :
- General introductory comments
- Tool listing showing subscription rates and categories
- Tools listed alphabetically (incl. descriptions and screen shots – click thumbnails for larger image)
- Tools requiring third-party permission
We are pleased to release around 100 analysis tools developed as add-ons for the Wave 59 charting program.
Many of the tools are unique, including:
- The GBI indicators which utilise a recently discovered reliable mathematical relationship exhibited in market price data which to our knowledge has not been publicly revealed.
- Draw tools such as Magic Angles utilising market geometry findings not publicly revealed.
- The DMGJ and Genius indicators providing a unique combination of directional momentum, divergence and relative strength.
The collection includes a wide variety of tools to cater for many different kinds of discretionary trader, including Gann followers, Market Geometry fanatics, Astro believers and Indicator die-hards. A number of time-proven favourites are also included, mostly free of charge such as Acceleration Bands and the Bollinger Differential.
This initiative, sponsored by Accounting Software Pty Limited (a privately owned enterprise), aims to provide unique price market analysis tools at the lowest possible price point to allow for research and development of novel customised tools for the Wave 59 community.
As a broad comment, the tools were inspired by a W D Gann and market-geometry approach to understanding the markets and their purpose is to reduce the time required to research, test and apply these concepts.
Many proprietary tools and techniques have been included which have not so far been available to the public. Other tools currently in development may be released for existing customers, depending on the level of interest shown for these tools.
The tool descriptions on this site generally use screen shots from the most recent data available based on the daily AORD (ie the Australian all ordinaries cash index) and generally with the default settings for the tool (ie no cherry picked data or optimised settings), so they are not necessarily shown in their best light.
As a general comment, the type of market should not affect the way the tools operate (however see the Comments column in the tools table which notes items which will only work on daily charts – mostly the astro based tools).
Each tool generally allows users to change colours, widths etc and to snap chosen points to the nearest high or low. Relevant parameter settings are also generally able to be changed by the user.
Tools have only been included where initial findings indicates potential usefulness for research purposes. As with all such tools, it is up to the user to conduct their own research to determine what factors can assist their understanding of how markets operate.
The performance of the tools experienced by users can depend on many factors, including user preferences. One of the factors is that Wave 59 scripts may not run as fast as the built-in tools, depending on the capabilities of the user’s computer and the number of charts and tools open.
Any external material included here is on the understanding that it is in the public domain. Please advise if this is not the case.
Please submit expressions of interest if you have a desire for a customised tool. We aim to offer such a service if the level of interest is sufficient. Please send your details through to the contact email so that you may receive a private email address for our principal so that your communications can be kept private and confidential.
Depending on the level of interest, a private forum may be established to assist collaboration for users of the tools.
Use of the tools by customers is on a private-use-only basis linked to their Wave 59 software and subject to appropriate subscriptions being paid and neither the proprietary tools nor the information gleaned from their use may be copied, reproduced, replicated or transferred unless written approval is obtained.
Please use the contact email for all enquiries and purchase requests, including requests for a free 7-day trial of a desired tool at our discretion.
The subscription model has been adopted to ensure all users benefit from ongoing updates. This model also assists in the ongoing research and development activity. All prices are shown in US dollars for an annual subscription.
Table listing tools, showing subscription rates and categories
The various tool categories and types which the below table summarises via sorting include:
|Time||Astro||Predictive (ie tools aspiring to forecast)|
|Price||Market Geometry||Proprietary tools (ie unique)|
|Both Time & Price||Technical Analysis||Free – at our discretion|
|Indicator||Other||Free to customers – one per product licenced|
The table below lists the tools in alphabetical order and shows the annual subscription rate in US dollars, together with category details. You may sort the table by clicking on the column headings as desired. You can change the order (ie ascending/descending) by clicking twice on the column heading.
For details and images associated with each tool, you may either scroll down this page where such details appear in alphabetical order, or you can click on the desired tool name in the table.
You may click on the thumbnail images to see a larger version in a new tab. Note that some of the images have been marked-up with circles and/or yellow highlights and comments etc to illustrate certain features and such highlights are not drawn by the tool itself in normal operation.
|Tool name||USD per annum||Category||Type||Predictive||Proprietary||Comments|
|Angles||125||Both||MG||Y||Also see Fan|
|ATR gj||Free cust.||Indicator||TA||Y|
|Bollinger differential||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|BOS marker||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|DMGJ||125||Indicator||TA||Y||Includes DMGJ slope|
|DMGJ slope||with DMGJ||Indicator||TA||Y||With DMGJ|
|Entries per Welles Wilder||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Fib dual swings||125||Both||MG||Y|
|Gann levels ATH & L & range||125||Both||MG||Y||Includes Gann levels swing|
|Gann levels swing||with Gann Levels||Both||MG||Y||With Gann levels|
|Isoceles ABC||75||Both||MG||Includes ABCD|
|Isoceles ABCD||with ABC||Both||MG||with ABC|
|Keltner bands||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Line ratio divider (and ratio extender)||Free cust.||Both||MG|
|LSMA Difference||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|MA||50||Indicator||TA||Sold as set 295|
|MA Collate||50||Indicator||TA||Sold as set 295|
|MA Cycle Highlighter||50||Indicator||TA||Sold as set 295|
|MA Entries and Exits||50||Indicator||TA||Sold as set 295|
|MA Hull||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|MA Hurst||125||Indicator||TA||Y||Sold as set 295|
|MA Inverse||50||Indicator||TA||Sold as set 295|
|MA Millard||125||Indicator||TA||Y||Sold as set 295|
|MACD Histogram||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Ocean NMA||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Ocean NMR||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Parabolic GJ||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Pattern Price Time confluence||275||Both||Other||Y||Y|
|PHI Indicator||275||Time||Astro||Y||Y||Daily only|
|Plot next bar||275||Indicator||TA||Y||Y|
|Price and Time finder||275||Both||Other||Y||Y|
|Price Percent||Free cust.||Price||TA|
|Price SO9 Hex||125||Price||TA||Y|
|Reaction Trend System||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|RSI gj||Free cust.||Indicator||TA||Y|
|Slope indicator||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Slope line||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Swing index||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Time Bar count||75||Time||TA|
|Time Gann Astro Steps||375||Time||Astro||Y||Daily only|
|Time Gann Year||75||Time||TA||Y||Daily only|
|Time Meets Price||275||Both||Other||Y||Y|
|Time Planets||275||Time||Astro||Y||Daily only|
|Time Planets DWM||275||Time||Astro||Y||Daily only|
|Time Planets Steps||325||Time||Astro||Y||Daily only|
|Time SO9 Hex||125||Time||TA||Y|
|Time Static counts||75||Time||TA||Y|
|Tom Joseph||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
|Trend Balance Point||Free cust.||Indicator||TA|
Trade like a race-car driver
This tool draws bands by Price Hedley. Upper and lower bands are equal distance from the mid based on volatility. The mid point is a simple MA(20).
Sort the fast from the slow
This tool is a rendition of the Accelerator oscillator by Bill Williams being the average of the fast average less the slow average.
Chomp through the swamp
This tool is a rendition of the Alligator oscillator by Bill Williams.
Angles of mercy
This tool draws a slope angle from a chosen pivot. The angle is based on the user’s fraction for slope (entered as a fraction not a decimal).
The user can choose to create a fan based on ratios of the relevant angle (user can change default fan ratios) and can also set adjustment factors for up slopes independently from down slopes.
Includes options for zero angles (shown in screen shot) and also to snap chosen spot to high or low of the relevant bar.
This tool uses the chart scale for the 1×1 angle.
Natural laws made visible
This tool draws action reaction lines based on three chosen pivots (ABC) as follows
- AR (joins AC as centre line and Reaction off B) (can also use this multiple times to draw all desired AR lines)
- ARC (joins AB as centre line and Reaction off C) (can also use this multiple times to draw all desired AR lines)
- All three AR lines from ABC triangle
- Horizontal line at mid pivot duplicated to 3rd pivot
Natural causes produce natural effects
This tool draws prediction time and price lines based on three pivots (ABC) as follows
The 2nd pivot (ie B) needs to be an impulse swing pivot after pivot A
Point C is the end of the major swing which started at point A or before A
The two angle options are Fib and Quarters
It is similar to Fib fans and also relies on proprietary geometry.
Two illustrations demonstrate its use for up and down swings.
Stability is key
This tool allows experimentation with average true range (ie volatility). Includes Welles Wilder, Chaikin (modified), and a proprietary indicator. [See Chaikin volatility for traditional version]
Not for the shy
This tool is a rendition of the “Awesome” oscillator by Bill Williams.
Seeing the other side
This tool plots the differential (price – mid) since this is not available in the standard Wave 59 toolset.
Look out for the bos
This tool covers part of the Welles Wilder Reaction Trend System. This script colours the bars from a selected pivot. The sequence is:
- from a low BOSBOS etc ie buy flat sell
- from a high SBOSBO etc ie sell buy flat
In this version, the user needs to adjust the pivot point to suit the start colour desired eg if want to start with blue high bar, adjust position of hot spot to get that colour (note that the small-hand tool can be used to move the start spot after it is drawn).
Boxing without gloves
This tool draws a Gann square and fans based on user adjustable factors applied to a line joining two pivots selected by the user
Users can input their own factors (default is traditional Gann set). A minimum of 24 bars is required on the time scale.
Chai without sugar
This is the traditional version (a modified version was included in ATR gj since it is a different scale to the other alternatives).
Safety in numbers
This tool draws time and price lines based on five chosen pivots and user percentages (user can choose to utilise just three of the five spots)
The tool applies the percentages to the time periods associated with the chosen swings. A time hit is recorded if a time is within time orb of another time (ditto prices with separate price orb). Price levels are optional.
Assumes factors are input as decimals. Given the number of intervals and factors, this tool works best over a long period of time ie reduce number of factors or choose big swings to avoid the confluence points being so close as to be meaningless (as in the illustrated example).
Direction momentum is your true friend
This tool is a proprietary indicator of directional momentum inspired by Welles Wilder’s indicators. It should also be considered in combination with the Genius indicator.
This is based on the DMGJ indicator but designed to focus on divergence detection. The illustration below compares it with the Wave 59 Ultra Smooth Momentum indicator which is a current industry leader (using the same timeframe).
Hug the curves
This is a simple tool based on Donchian bands to illustrate the short term trend and volatility.
Don’t miss the beat
This tool renders the Drummond geometry line or dots (the public domain version).
Lazy way to E.M.A.
This tool implements an almost zero lag EMA by Lazy Bear (similar to a triangular Hull MA).
Entries per Welles Wilder
All’s well that starts well
This tool calculates the entry points based on some indications by Welles Wilder. This is an experimental tool. Using a 5% swing size setting, the results for the last 3 years are illustrated below. The tool could be used to confirm a suspected change in trend – it is not predictive.
This draws a fan based on user adjustable factors applied to a line joining two pivots set by user. Note that the Angles tool uses one pivot and is based around the chart scale whereas this tool allows angles to be based around a chosen swing vector.
This proprietary tool uses two pivots to draw geometrical lines (not shown below) including a fan based on Gann’s indications including.
- Parallel lines similar to pitchforks
- Option for ratio fans as per Gann indications.
The tool is not drawn in the below illustration however its predictions are marked.
For fans of Fibonacci
This tool requires two pivots chosen by the user and uses some proprietary geometry and also techniques popularised by Yuri Shramenko to draw:
- Angles for timing (sometimes trend line)
- Options to show times (Mark_Time) and also price target
- Options to set more line angles (More_Fans)
- Option for a traditional Fib Fan (Trad)
- Option to start angles at first pivot (Phase1)
- User-set factors are used for More_fans and also the Trad
Fib dual swings
Two fibs for the price of one
This tool uses 3 pivots chosen by user to draws time and price lines at key points based on Fibonacci ratios adjustable by user
Gann levels ATH & L & range
Gann’s spirit level
This tool draws key price levels based on the all-time high and low and range. Users can choose between them or all of them.
Option to include dates (uses same fractions eg if ath = 1000 then 1/8 fraction will mark time at date of ath+1000/8 bars. Similarly for low and range).
Dates includes weekly and monthly however a scale factor (decimal) is applied to ensure the gap is not greater than around 8 years or so eg months < 100, weeks < 400.
Option regarding where to start the times from eg at the ath or later of ath and atl.
Gann levels swing
Gann’s spirit level for swingers
Similar to Gann levels ATH & L except applied to a swing chosen by user.
Gann’s Bible Indicator for CITs
This tool implements a proprietary approach to determine whether a bar is a potential CIT. The aim is to use this as a confirmer where other tools indicate the potential for a CIT is high. It would typically not be used alone due to false alarms which need to be filtered by some other tool(s). The bars are coloured as they are drawn (ie no lag).
For clarity – this is not a tool used by Gann but was named in his honour since it was inspired by his references to certain Bible passages.
Shown below are CITs identified in the same period by the industry leading Wave 59 inbuilt 95 and Exhaustion Bars tools.
Gann’s Bible Indicator
This tool implements a proprietary approach to determine the likely direction of the next bar. A small blue dot indicates upward direction on daily bars and a red dot downward. A larger dot indicates for the weekly timeframe. The tool includes an option to show the predicted range for the next bar. A careful inspection of the below illustrations shows the prediction for the next bar to be upward of the small dot.
For clarity – this is not a tool used by Gann but was named in his honour since it was inspired by his references to certain Bible passages.
Follow the smarts
This tool draws a proprietary oscillator which may be used to confirm changes in trend and momentum. It is also worth considering the Genius signals in combination with those generated by the DMGJ indicator.
Learn from historical moves
This tool allows up to three historical periods to be laid over the current period, together with a collation of the historical periods and a (slightly) displaced moving average of the collation. The history plots are actual price action with no de-trending or adjustment for inflation. The illustration shows two periods and a collation, with an MA of the collation.
Three sides to a story
This tool draws unique lines based on an ABC pattern to indicate the strength of the subsequent CD swing (ie if swing fails to break the line by the time of a marked dot, then the trend is weak). Yuri Shramenko described this as one of his oldest techniques.
Three sides to a story – the sequel
This tool draws some unique lines based on an ABCD pattern to indicate the strength of the subsequent DE swing (ie if swing fails to break the line by the time of a marked dot, then the trend is weak).
This tool renders two different versions of Keltner bands (both shown below).
Line ratio divider (and ratio extender)
A fine line
This tool allows division markings and also extensions of a line with users able to change the default ratio settings.
Squaring the least we can do
This tool draws the difference between price and a moving average of least squares.
A very moving average
This tool draws up to 4 moving averages with options for displacements and channels.
The following shows one of the four channels.
Collate and conquer
This tool collates two moving averages and allows the collation to be offset. The following illustration just shows the collation of the two MAs chosen by the user.
MA Cycle Highlighter
See the chosen one
This tool allows a chosen period length to be highlighted.
MA Entries and Exits
The ins and outs of MAs
This tool illustrates how moving averages may be used to confirm entry and exit points.
CAUTION: As with many if not all such indicators, choppy periods are not handled well as shown below.
A Hull of an MA
This tool is an interpretation of the Hull moving average with user options to use mid price, a plain average, weighted or triangular (or display any combinations as per screen shot below).
The magic of Hurst
This tool facilitates use of the J M Hurst approach to cycle identification using moving averages. It is not a complete representation of his extensive cycles course.
Inverse we trust
This tool allows a chosen period length to be inversed.
Future trends from Millard
This tool facilitates use of the B J Millard approach to Hurst’s methods of cycle identification using moving averages.
A big MAC without fries
This tool draws an MACD histogram.
What the …
This tool draws an angle from a chosen pivot which is based on one of three proprietary methods (user chooses 1 or 2 or 3 or any combination) which often predicts the future trend with uncanny accuracy.
The user can choose to create a fan based on ratios of the relevant angle (user can change default ratios).
Options include ability to draw zero angles.
The illustrations below shows this market is currently following option 2 (ie once the start pivot is confirmed, the option 2 angle seeks to predict the future trend).
Splitting the difference
This tool allows the user to see the mid points of each bar either as dots or as a line joining the mid points.
See the fairest of them all
This tool shows mirror bars (including horizontal mirror) ie not just a line like the built-in w59 tool.
3D specs not required
This tool draws a band study using multiple timeframes to give a 3D dynamic image of the market which may help better visualise the cycles at work.
Two-timing in a good way
This tool uses a proprietary technique to time future changes in trend. Each swing gives rise to two predicted times – primary and secondary (marked red and grey respectively below). One approach is for the user to use each swing in a progression to mark up the future times indicated and then look for any confluence.
For Ocean dwellers
This tool is based on the Natural Market Average concept described by Jim Sloman in his Ocean work.
For Ocean dwellers who enjoy rivers
This tool is based on the Natural Market River concept described by Jim Sloman in his Ocean work.
A marriage of Gann and Sloman
This experimental tool uses a combination of concepts described by Jim Sloman in his Ocean work and W D Gann to provide guidance on the next price bar. Each plot on the curve is one bar ahead of the current bar. The example shown below shows a promising swing entry/exit curve using settings Option=4 and Timeframes = 4.
This tool renders the Welles Wilder’s Parabolic indicator as per his original formula (red in below example) since there is a slight difference to the version in Wave 59 (blue). This indicator may be evaluated for exit points.
Pattern Price Time confluence
For pattern lovers
This is a research tool which implements a proprietary method to determine time and price probability points. It requires a base point and four subsequent pivot points to define three swings. The tool draws times and price levels and the user can update these as later swings emerge to determine later high probability points. The below illustrations show a sequence which illustrates potential use in practice.
Planet Harmonics Indicator
This is an experimental indicator based on planet harmonics and designed to highlight times of potential changes in trend. A lifetime could be spent on exploring all the possible combinations. The below illustration shows two versions of the indicator, one based on one pivot and the other based on 8 pivots. Each has used the same parameters (ie in this case harmonics 5 and 24 of Venus, Earth and Mars).
This tool uses 3 pivots to draw:
- Normal pitchforks
- Schiff (ie time at A but price 50%)
- Schiff2 (ie time at A but price per formula)
- Modified Schiff (ie 50% AB)
- GJ PF (ie ACB)
- Predicted ie assumes pivot 3 not easy to see ie user just clicks anywhere so code will deem C price = A Price, and C Time is B time plus period A-B
- Super PF
- Warning lines on chosen PF
- Internal lines on chosen PF
- Trigger lines
Note the internal and warning lines may not be precisely parallel to median line and forks in some cases due to imprecision in time scale ie needs integer bar numbers.
The below illustration shows most options selected.
Mark those points
This tool draws pivot based predictive bands similar to the method used by Tom Demark.
Plot next bar
For those who just can’t wait
This tool is a proprietary guide as to a reasonable expectation of the range of the next bar given proprietary current volatility and momentum calculations (based on price action).
The below screen shot shows actual blue price bars compared with the predicted ranges (black=down momentum and green=up momentum) one bar in advance.
SR levels using just one point
This tool helps with setting support and resistance levels and draws price lines from one spot chosen by the user using the price difference(s) chosen by the user (eg 72, 144 etc) or using the price at the chosen spot multiplied by a factor set by the user. The tool will also draw price lines at multiples of the price differences. The levels can be set above, below (or both) the chosen spot.
Price and Time finder
Price and time sweet spots
This predictive tool draws times and prices based on 8 pivots using proprietary prediction techniques.
Assumed first two pivots are the swing pivots of a reversal swing in time order (ie pivots BC of ABCD pattern) and the third pivot is A of the ABCD pattern. The other five pivots are the other pivot points of interest (all before pivot B ie the first chosen pivot) (it doesn’t matter what order the earlier pivots are clicked on, just make sure the first 3 pivots are B, C and A in that order – it sounds a bit odd, but this was the order preferred in practical use).
This tool uses a different approach to the ‘Time Meets Price’ tool.
SR levels using just two points
This tool draws price lines at desired levels between and/or beyond two chosen spots (ie combines retracements and expansions, using just one swing). The user can override the default levels
Price levels that come naturally
This tool draws price levels based on the price change between two chosen spots (usually the impulse swing) as popularised by Michael Jenkins. The user can choose to set the desired number of levels (ie repeated application of the initial change factor). The illustration below shows two examples, one each for a down swing and an up swing, including an option to show the root increments.
For 100% correctness
This tool calculates and displays the price change in percentage terms from one chosen point to another. The tool can display both the percentage from the high as well as the percentage from the low.
This tool draws price lines from one chosen spot based on planet positions at the time.
It includes options to vary the number of levels (Multiples) and to choose down, up or both. It allows the user to choose any desired combination of planets and to choose between geocentric or heliocentric positions.
The following illustrates how it appears when every planet is selected. Note also how the planet prices at the chosen low spot resonate with prices at prior pivot points.
Price SO9 Hex
Put a Hex on price
This tool draws Square of 9 and/or Hexagon prices from a chosen spot (ie based on W D Gann’s works). The tool includes a parameter for the levels to draw lines at. There are two versions of the tool, one using one chosen spot and the other experimental version using 8 chosen spots to highlight any cluster levels based on recent swing history (see second illustration below).
Tri to predict price
This tool draws two price lines from three chosen pivots in order to indicate possible future levels of support or resistance.
This tool draws bands reflecting the probability ranges. In the following example, the bands for both 1 day and 5 day periods at 90% probability are drawn.
Reaction Trend System
For Wilder RTS lovers
This tool is a version of the system popularised by Welles Wilder and is shown here together with the BOS marker tool which colours the bars according to the Buy Flat Sell sequence.
Target the regression
This tool draws a dot to represent the next bar on the basis of a regression analysis of the preceding bars chosen by the user (marked with a swing line).
An old dog with new tricks
This tool allows the user to select different versions such as using mid prices or typical prices, as well as a binary version which is shown below together with a standard version.
For the slippery bits
This tool provides a slope indicator.
Colour your moves
This tool draws lines with different colours depending on most recent bars (chosen length) ie up colour if higher highs for consecutive bars, down colour if lower lows for consecutive bars and neutral if neither. This tool does not attempt to predict the next bar.
The wheel of fortune points the way
This tool uses one chosen pivot point to draw a trend line based on the Square of Nine popularised by W D Gann and Michael Jenkins. Options include levels to enable adjustments for the chart scale (illustration below was set to level 8). Fan lines are also optional.
Stopping in and out
This tool draws two lines which aim to assist with identifying exit points. If price (especially the close) crosses the lower (blue) line after an uptrend, consider exiting long positions. If price crosses the upper (red) line after a downtrend, consider exiting short positions. Users can adjust default settings to suit market conditions.
Swinging up and down
This tool allows swings to be drawn on the chart and also can generate a report to a log file for processing elsewhere such as a spreadsheet. The user can choose percentage swing sizes based on either the high, low or both (noting the latter option caters for the classic percentage misconception where if you subtract say 5% from a figure (eg 100-5=95), you won’t get back to the original figure by adding 5% to the result (eg 105%*95=99.75 not 100).
This tool draws the swing index popularised by Welles Wilder.
Swinging in and out
This tool draws high-low bands as a guide for entry and exit points.
Timing using just one point
This tool marks time points based on a user-defined start point or optionally from the start of the chart. The elapsed time can be days, weeks, months, years, solar degrees or any combination, forwards and/or backwards.
Time Bar count
What really counts?
This tool counts the bars between two spots selected by the user. The user can choose either bars, calendar days or both. This tool was created to count the price bars regardless of whether holiday dates had been entered for exclusion (noting that the Wave 59 bar count tool will include holidays in the bar count unless the relevant holiday dates have been entered by the user for exclusion).
The following illustrates the tool in red showing both counts.
Time Gann Astro Steps
Cosmic time steps
This experimental tool draws time lines from a chosen spot based on planet position and travel, using indications given by W D Gann in his astro material. The user can select heliocentric travel or geocentric (which includes retrograde travel).
Options include the ability:
- to choose a modulus ie 12, 24, 30, 100, 360 (or any combination). Gann would use 12 for Jupiter, 30 for Saturn and 24 was also a favourite.
- to choose a scale ie 45 or 360
- if choose the 45 scale then also choose the circle degrees are desired eg 90, 120, 180, 240, 270, 360 (or any combination)
The following illustrates a random configuration using the inner planets with 360 scale with the default mods.
The following illustrates the inner planets using the 45 scale, the 12 and 30 mods with and 90 and 120 circle degrees. This is a random configuration – the tool would typically be used with fewer options selected.
Time Gann Year
Gann’s seasonal time cycles
This tool marks time points based on a user-defined start point or optionally from the start of the chart. The elapsed times are divisions of a year indicated by Gann to be of interest (and also customisable by the user) forwards and/or backwards.
Time Meets Price
Time and price sweet spots
This tool uses proprietary techniques to calculate and mark time and price points that resonate to a chosen swing. The below three illustrations using the first three swings in our sample chart are indicative of its use.
This tool uses a different approach to the ‘Price and Time Finder’ tool.
When too many times is not enough
This tool saves considerable research time by drawing time lines based on a vector or price difference between two chosen spots. Numerous options include a variety of ratio sets (including Main, Roots, Squares, Cubes, Fibonacci series, Fibonacci ratios, 144, Music, SO9, Circle numbers and user customised). The user can also choose for the calculated periods to start from either the beginning or end of the seed swing.
This tool draws time lines from a chosen spot based on planet travel, including an option to set harmonics of 360 individually for each chosen planet. The user can select heliocentric travel or geocentric (which includes retrograde travel). There is also an option to start at the very first bar on the chart (ie ignoring the chosen spot).
The following illustrations shows the inner planets at the fourth harmonic from the base spot in firstly geocentric mode and secondly in heliocentric mode.
Time Planets DWM
Cosmic positional time
This experimental tool draws time lines from a chosen spot based on the position of the chosen planets at that base time converted to days, weeks and months, including an option to set multiples. The user can choose either heliocentric positions or geocentric.
Time Planets Steps
Cosmic time enhanced
This tool is an enhanced version of the Time Planets tool which draws time lines from a chosen spot based on planet travel, including an option to set harmonics individually for each chosen planet. The user can select heliocentric travel or geocentric (which includes retrograde travel). There is also an option to start at the very first bar on the chart (ie ignoring the chosen spot).
The enhancements are:
1) an option for user to set custom steps which are not harmonics of 360 (eg 50, 70 etc integers in the range 0-360)
2) an option to select to use the natal degree of a chosen planet (ie position at chosen spot) and harmonic eg if a chosen planet is at 100 deg and the chosen harmonic is 4, then the time markings will be at 25 deg steps.
The following screen shot illustrates the default custom steps for the Sun from the chosen base spot (the defaults can be overridden by the user). Note also that the orb settings can also be set by the user – the below example shows an orb of 0.96 which results in 2 days being marked for each target step whereas an smaller orb would result in only one day being marked for each custom step.
The following screen shot illustrates 4th harmonic steps of the Sun natal position as at and from the chosen base spot.
Time SO9 Hex
Put a Hex on time
This experimental tool uses one chosen spot and draws Square of Nine (SO9) and/or Hexagonal times based on price and the ratios chosen by the user. It includes a parameter for the desired level. For example, level 1 will apply the ratios to range up to the first SO9 cycle, level 2 will apply ratios to range up to the 2nd SO9 cycle etc
The following illustrates SO9 times based on the chosen price using ratios of 4/8 and 8/8 for two levels.
The following illustrates Hex times based on the chosen price using ratios of 4/8 and 8/8 for two levels.
Time Static counts
Time counts made easy
This tool draws time lines from one chosen spot with an option for the user to vary the default time periods and use either calendar days or trading days or both. Options also allow showing the counts backwards and also the timelines displayed up or down or both from the base spot.
The following illustration shows the tool with the default time counts and also backwards, calendar days and trade days.
Get this if you’re a TJ fan
This tool facilitates use of the system popularised by Tom Joseph.
Time Price Vectoring
This tool enables time price vectors to be calculated and scaled to a convenient size.
Vector squaring made easy
This tool determines the chart scale required to equalise two time price vectors. The following illustrations first shows tho target vectors as having unequal TPVs and the second shows the TPVs as being equal after resetting the chart scale to the scale calculated by this tool (the script log allows the scale to be copy-pasted). Experience indicates that setting the scale in this way may improve the effectiveness of other market geometry tools.
Note that many circumstances exist where it is not possible or practical to calculate an equalising scale for two chosen swings. In practice, users should identify two swings which are similar and use this tool to fine tune the chart scale setting.
Trend Balance Point
For fans of Wilder TBP
This tool facilitates use of the Trend Balance Point system popularised by Welles Wilder.
Seeing out of the box
This tool uses two chosen pivots to draw squares using either the swing vector of the price height. User can choose size of grid (up to available bars).
Setting safe boundaries
This tool draws a rectangle based on two pivots to define the swing vector.
Tools which require third-party permissions
Alex’s scaled angles made easy
This tool implements a market geometry discovery popularised by Alexander Straker. Customers need to demonstrate that they have Mr Straker’s permission to be licensed for this tool.
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