Sunday, August 31, 2008

Ganesh Yanthra and Gann’s 360 degree analysis


While posting the Ganesh Yantra earlier and pointing out the relation it has with Elliott’s Wave Theory, Nandi was not aware of Gann’s 360 degree analysis. Elliott’s reference of pyramids was just given as a passing reference. Recently, it was revealed to Nandi that Ganesh Yanthra is having pyramids in it. Ganesh Yanthra is a three dimensional object and what you see is the view from the top. The two triangular based pyramids and two square based pyramids with its tip at the central point can be imagined without much difficulty. What fascinated Nandi was the central Shakthi triangle (triangle in which two sides emerge from the bottom point) based pyramid, where he could see the representation of entire Shiva family. The three corners of base triangle represent Shiv, Parvathi and Ganesh (bottom corner) and the top of the pyramid represents Shanmugha. See how nicely it matches with Palani hills and the fact that lord Shanmugha has chosen Peacock as his vehicle. As Ganesh is also having the name “Shivaroopa” and Astadalapadma ( Eight petal lotus) represents Shiva, Ganesh Yantra is also related to Lord Shiva.

In Gann’s theory, multiples of angles of 30 degrees and 45 degrees are used for calculations. In Ganesh Yanthra, on moving anticlockwise from the bottom, we see multiples of angles of 45 degrees (tip of each petal) and 60 degrees (corners of intersected triangles). The additional angles in Gann are 30 x 1, 30 x 5, 30 x 7, 30 x 11 all of which are in 15 degrees or less from an angle derived as stated above. Some other aspects like vibration as stated by Gann are yet to be understood. Let us hope it will also be revealed.

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Kirtan Balkrishna Raut
Spot Nifty and Murrey Maths…26 Jan 2013...

Nifty bottom say 2300
Nifty High say 6300
Divide this range by 8
Range = 4000/8 = 500 points
12.5% = 2300 + 500 = 2800
25% = 2800 +500 = 3300
37.5 % = 3300 + 500 = 3800
50.0 % = 3800 + 500 = 4300
62.5 % = 4300 + 500 =4800
75 .0 % = 4800 + 500 = 5300
82.5 % = 5300 + 500 = 5800.
100 .0 % = 5800 + 500 = 6300.
2300 roughly was the low for Nifty in Oct 2008.
(actual low as 2252.75 on 27.10.2008)
Dec 2011 low was 4530 did break the 50%....
But opened with a gap-up above the 50% level of 4550….
June 2012 low was 4770 very near to 4800 (62.5 %).
But opened with a gap up above the level of 4800 (new range… upto 5300)
Now for range from 4800 to 5300 …
50% was 5050 , low made on 26.07.2012 just clipped it then recovery..
Now low made on 06.07.2012 was 5217 and close was 5228.40.
What happened next opened with a gap up on 07.07.2012 above 5300
Open was 5309.45 and closed at 5342.10, so breakout as per Murrey Maths Levels.
Now for range from 5300 to 5800 ..
50 % was 5550 ….
Low made on 20.11.2012 was 5548 (amazing coincidence….)
Low made on 18.12. 2012 was 5823 ..
Did not break 5800 …so hold on ..no problems…
Last range or Top Range is 5800 to 6300.
50 % level ….6050 very important level to watch…
Divide this range by 8 to get
Working levels for your trades..
500/8 = 62.5 points
So levels are…
5862.50, 5925, 5987.50, 6050…
6050 is the level above which one can be positive…
For targets of the top at 6300..
Above 6050 , we have..
6112.50, 6175, 6237.5 , 6300…
All levels on Spot nifty…

Happy Trading !!!
Kirtan Balkrishna Raut