@Eugenijus if you use Gann Fann indicator it doesn't matter which scale you have, only difference is that on 1:1 scale chart you can see that main Gann line(1x1) will have proper 45 degree angle
on D1 wave has 3 bars so there is no sense for counting this TF
now tell me which TF is most accurate when absolute range of this wave is 137 pips?
well thats what you get on D1 chart, check smaller TFOriginally Posted by Eugenijus Genijus
i dont understand what you are calculating here137-82deg. 82+90+90+90=352deg, so for me on M15 TF would be the most accurate.
time 85- 355deg
price 122- 323deg
price 137-82+90+90+90=352 deg
time 48 -302deg
price 119 -299deg
time 31 -57deg
time 9 -315deg
price 121 -315deg
So, I calculated 137pips in degrees and got 82 deg. On M15 TF were 85 bars, ir equals 355deg.
By gann theory, the most important degrees are at every 90 degrees, so by 82 deg (137pips) added 90+ 90+ 90 and got 352 deg. I compared all TF's time with price 137p and got, that M15 TF is the most accurate. This could be wrong, maybe my Gann understandings are wrong.
Last edited by Eugenijus Genijus; 12-04-2012 at 07:08 AM.
our interpretations are different thats all,
taking exact price high/lows and bar number you will rarely find equality - first of all because distorted data feed from MM brokers