Planetary Price Lines – Why Are They So Confusing?

When WD Gann began using planetary price lines in his market analysis, he had to draw them onto his trading charts by hand, carefully transferring the positions recorded in a planetary ephemeris to the corresponding price levels on the chart and then literally “connecting the dots” to create the powerful zones of support and resistance that are defined by the movements of the planets in their interactions with stocks and commodities. Today, of course, we have come a long way, with sophisticated computer programs and other tools to help us create stunningly accurate planetary price lines to use in day trading, swing trading, or even our long-term investment planning. Even so, there’s a problem. It’s extremely easy to get confused about which planets to use and how to apply the planetary price line structure to the trading charts. That confusion leads some would-be astro-traders to abandon planetary price lines altogether, so they miss out on their chances for profitable trading with planetary timing. In this video market astrologer Tim Bost, editor of FinancialCyclesWeekly.com newsletter, reveals the key considerations to keep in mind when you are using planetary price lines. With just a few simple steps you can clear up a lot of confusion– and capture bigger trading profits, too!

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