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using square og nine in trading?

Does anyone use the Gann square of nine in their ES daytrading?

(either for S/r levels or times(?

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Understanding Gann: The Square of 9 - TRIGGERS.ca

"It should be noted that there are a variety of ways to use the Square of 9 calculator. How you are going to use it will dictate to some degree how you are going to create it. Our example of a Square of 9 (left column) starts with a 1 at the center and then spirals outward, clockwise, increasing by an increment of 1 . The centre number can be something other than 1 and the increment, or step, can also vary depending on the market."

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Does anyone use the Gann square of nine in their ES daytrading?

(either for S/r levels or times(?

I have friend who trades on the Wave59 platform....he is all over the Gann sqaure of nine...and lots of other stuff that make my head spin! lol.

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I've used square nine pivot indicator before. It gave some good entry points and was pretty well respected but once I switched to tradestation I never could find another indi to plot the lines effectively. I think I linked the version I was using for NT7.

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