Vol. 1, No.2 January 23, 2002 [The following is a reprint of an article in 'The W. D. Gann Technical Review', written by Billy Jones in February, 1982.] Market Vibration W. D. Gann was a curious man. He noted the many parallels within the different realms of science and nature's phenomena. For instance, Gann noticed the similarities between chemistry's periodic law and music's harmonic octave. The keyboard of music has the fundamental octave of seven notes and each octave repeats these seven notes on a higher or lower pitch or number of vibrations. The elements, when numbered in order of their atomic weights tend to repeat fairly simply properties at every 7th element; like notes of a musical scale. What interested Gann was the fact that these profound laws and characteristics also had common traits and ties throughout the markets as well. On the accompanying 1981 May Wheat chart notice that I have marked June 6th which was the low on this chart. Also notice that I have marked the trading days of July 29th, September 18th, November 10th and January 5th (from the low these would be the 36th, 72nd, 108th and 144th days as labeled). I have drawn a 45-degree angle from the bottom up and a 45-degree angle down connecting the marked days. It is interesting to note the fact that on the bull side of the market, every 36 trading days, price is up 36 cents! On the bear side every 36 trading days, price is down 36 cents! This did not end there as it carried through to the 180th, 216th and 252nd trading day. It should be noted that once these 36th days were completed, price did not trade below these days' lows while on the bull side and did not trade above the high of these days on the bear side (see dotted lines on chart). Research shows that this phenomena of 36 trading days repeating changes from time to time. Looking at some statistics we see: 36 Trading Days x 7 = 252 225 Minutes in a Trading Day (Wheat) x 36 = 8100 8100 = Master 360 degrees Circle Chart Squared or 90 x 90. volume and direction. Gann insisted that 'vibration' was the governing factor. as to intensity. Gann Commodity Course) Looking closely at the May Wheat chart we can see a certain harmony and rhythm. D. Are these the same properties that are familiar with music's octave. color's spectrum? Mr. chemistry's periodic law or for that matter. Gann stated: Through the law of vibration every stock and commodity in the market place moves in its own distinctive sphere of activities. all the . (See page 115 of W. W. D. Billy Jones The W. harmony and vibration. Lanier Graham Vintage Books. rhythm and harmonics… Music of the Spheres by Guy Murchie Dover Publications. I affirm. Future issues of the W. Thus to speculate scientifically it is absolutely necessary to follow natural law. 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