Forex Gann Angles and Price Percentage MT4 Indicator

Forex Gann Angles and Price Percentage MT4 Indicator:

About the Forex Gann Angles and Price Percentage MT4 Indicator

Gann Angles with Percentage change is one of finest concept to calculate Market Reversal Points.
Our Tool calculates TIME & PRICE ANGLE as well as PRICE PERCENTAGE. which is gives you right direction of Up/Down Trend as well as reversal points.
A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF BOTH PRICE AND TIME VECTOR RATIOS TO DRAW 1X1,1X2,1X3,1X4,1X6,1X8,2X1,3X1,4X1,8X1…….AND PRICE PERCENTAGE
WHICH IS EXACTLY CALCULATED BY PRICE ITS NOT BASED ON FIBONACCI WHICH IS COMMONLY USED BY TRADERS.
About Gann angles :-
A Gann angle is a straight line on a price chart, giving a fixed relation between time and price. For Gann the most important angle was the line which represented one unit of price for one unit of time, called the 1×1 or the 45° angle. The value of a commodity or stock following this angle will for example increase by one point per day. Other important angles were the 2×1 (moving up two points per day), the 3×1, the 4×1, the 8×1, and the 16×1. In addition to these value increases, the corresponding angles for value decrease are just as important. When several of these angles are drawn in a group, they are often called a Gann fan, which is usually drawn from a price bottom or a price top.

As with other forms of Technical analysis of stock price movements, the Gann angle model contradicts the weakest form of the efficient-market hypothesis which states that past price movements cannot be used to forecast future price movements.

Gann watched for important tops and bottoms to form on a daily, weekly, or monthly chart and drew his angles from these changes in trend. When the trend is up and the price stays in the space above an ascending angle without breaking below it, the market is strong; when the trend is down and the price remains below a descending angle without breaking above it, the market is weak. The market shows its relative strength or weakness according to the angle it is above or below. For example, if the price is above the 2×1 the market has shown itself to be much more bullish than if it is above the 1×1. In his angles course, Gann argues that when an up trending price reverses and breaks under an ascending angle, the tendency of the price is to go to the next nearest angle below it; likewise, when a down trending price reverses and breaks up through a descending angle, the tendency of the price is to go to the next nearest angle above it.

OUR TOOLS WORKS FOR INTRA-DAY 15 MIN,30MIN, H1,H4 & DAILY WEEKLY MONTHLY.

SEE VIDEOS HOW TO USE GANN ANGLES & PRICE PERCENTAGE LIKE AS GANN METHODS :-

PARAMETERS
Method=Alternative_Open_Close;High low ( Price and Time Calculation method)
Fixed Scale=0.0001;( if you want to use your own scale of angle )
Bars_To_Process=480;( its process if history is much less no need to change)
Angles Quantity=7, ( put number of angle you need)
Secondary Angles=true;( middle angle with dotted line )
Draw Back ground=true;
Main Angles Line Style=Solid,
Secondary Angles Line Style=Dot;
Main Angles Line Width=2;
Secondary Angles Line Width=1;
Rising Main Angles Clr=Blue,
Rising Secondary Angles Clr= Medium Blue,
Falling Main Angles Clr=Orange Red,
Falling Secondary Angles Clr=Red;
Price Divider=510; (Price divider Weekly,Daily,H4,H1,30M,15M & 5M is 32,64,128,256,512,1024 or try your own )
Levels Count=14, Line Length Bars=10; ( Number of Lines and how much wants to extend right)
PercLine Width=1
Line Style=DOT;
Rising Percents Color=Medium Blue, Falling Percents Color=Red;
Buttons Height=25;
Buttons Width=170;
Buttons Color=White;
Buttons Borders Color=Red;
Font=”Century Schoolbook Bold”;
Text Color=Dark Blue;
Text Size=11;

Test results:

Forex Gann Angles and Price Percentage MT4 Indicator

Copy and paste the file into the MQL4 Indicators folder of the Metatrader 4 trading platform.

You can access this folder from the top menu as follows:

File > Open Data Folder > MQL4 > Indicators (paste here)

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