W.D. Gann’s Mass Pressure Forecasting Charts by Private: Daniel Ferrera
This new book by Daniel T. Ferrera develops a theory of how Gann most probably created his Mass Pressure Forecasting Charts.
“Of all the Gann forecasting techniques known, the Mass Pressure Formula has been one of the most closely guarded secrets. In fact, there are very few “Gann Experts” that even know how to create a Mass Pressure Chart or anything about the nature of its construction. These charts are based entirely on Gann’s philosophy that “the future is nothing but a repetition of the past.”
“Each year, W.D. Gann would draw up a stick figure forecast of the stock market averages and various commodity futures in his Supply & Demand newsletter service. He would provide commentary that would provide an outline of what he expected the market to do. Gann said that the future was just a repetition of the past and one needed only the right beginning to predict the future. In latter years, Gann provided something he called the Mass Pressure Chart. In his advertisement for his Master Mathematical Time Price and Trend Calculator, Gann said that he would provide a Mass Pressure Chart for the upcoming year.”
“Based upon its vague description, the Mass Pressure Chart is supposed to indicate bullish and bearish trends according to Gann’s Master Time Factor. I have talked to many Gann experts about the Mass Pressure Chart and most have no clue as to what it may be. I have never seen an actual original Mass Pressure Chart from W.D. Gann and I do not know of anyone else who has come across one. This course presents what I feel is most likely the solution to this question.”
W.D. Gann’s Mass Pressure Forecasting Technique
(Article from Trader’s World Magazine)
Of all the Gann forecasting techniques known, the Mass Pressure Formula has been one of the most closely guarded secrets. In fact, there are very few “Gann Experts” that even know how to create a Mass Pressure Chart or anything about the nature of its construction. Many people have wondered if there were any “signs” that 2001 was going to be such a bad year. To that I say “YES” there were clear indications of what 2001 would be like in the stock market. My interpretation of Gann’s Mass Pressure Formula certainly did an outstanding job of predicting the basic trend changes of the market as the chart provided with this article clearly shows.
Although I will not discuss the Mass Pressure Formula in this article, I will say that it is based entirely on Gann’s philosophy that “the future is nothing but a repetition of the past”. For example, one of the best-known Gann cycles is the cycle of 60-years. What happened in the year 1941? The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and the pilots crashed their planes into their targets. The Pentagon’s ground breaking ceremony was held on 9/11/41. 60-years later in the year 2001, the movie Pearl Harbor was released, suicide pilots once again attacked the USA and the Pentagon experienced another “ground breaking”.
What does the Mass Pressure say about 2002? I’m including a portion of my Mass Pressure forecast, which shows that the Market is pretty much bearish until 4/11/02. If you would like to learn how to make these charts, the complete technique along with my Excel worksheet which calculates and produces the charts below is provided in my Gann course “Mysteries Of Gann Analysis Unveiled”, which can be purchased through the Sacred Science Institute, (800) 756-6141 or www.SacredScience.com
Just remember that even though the Mass Pressure formula provides valuable information about the possible future, it will not necessarily make you a better trader. You have to trade the market based on what it is actually doing. That said, enjoy the small sample of the 2002 Mass Pressure chart.
- Instructions for Using the Excel Mass Pressure Worksheet.
- Mass Pressure Forecasting Article – Traders World Magazine
- W.D. Gann’s Mass Pressure Chart
- W.D. Gann’s Secrets to Forecasting
- Forecasting Monthly Moves
- Special Stock Market Cycle Report I (Free Bonus)
- Special Wheat Cycle Report (Free Bonus)
- W.D. Gann’s Annual Forecasts
- W.D. Gann’s Original Forecasting Course
- W.D. Gann’s Supply & Demand Letter – General Outlook.