Bradley Cowan – The Rare Writings of W.D Gann
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Book Description: Stock Market Geometry, San Diego, 1998. Hardcover. 4to – over 9¾ – 12″ tall. Hardcover, Maroon leatherette with gilt lettering to cover and spine, text on parchment paper, 1999.
Book Condition: Very good, slightest wear to edges, spine extremes and corners, some dust to top text block, endpapers and text are unmarked. No DJ as issued.
Contents: Forward, Natural Resistance Levels and Time Cycle Points, How to Make Profits Trading In Puts and Calls, How to Sell Puts and Calls, Forecasting, Auburn Motors, Soybeans Price Resistance Levels, Coffee Santos, Coffee Rio, W.D. Gann Mathematical Formula for Market Predictions, The Master Mathematical Price Time and Trend Calculator, Method for Forecasting The Stock Market, Gann’s Personal Astological Charts, Appendix A – Wyckoff Interview with W.D. Gann in 1909, Appendix B – Promotional Booklet Issued by W.D. Gann in 1954, Appendix C – List of Books for Sale by W.D. Gann. 173 Pages.
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