Gann Square of 144

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The Gann Box — or Gann Square) is a method of market analysis based on William Gann’s article “Mathematical formula for market predictions” (W. D. Gann
“Mathematical formula for market predictions”). This indicator can build three models of Squares: 90, 52(104), 144. Six
grid options and two arc options. You can plot multiple squares on the same graph at the same time.

• Square — select the square model:
• 90-square 90 (or square nine);
• 52 (104) – square 52 (or 104);
• 144-universal square 144;
• 144 (full) — the “full” version of the square, combined lines from other squares. As far as Gann is known, there is no such square
it was;
• for Arcs-simplified square for Arcs;
• Grid-grid options:
• 4×4 (52) — grid 4 by 4, layout 52;
• 5×5 (40) — grid 5 by 5, layout 40;
• 8×8 (90) — grid 8 by 8, layout 90;
• 8×8 (104) — grid 8 by 8, layout 104;
• 8×8 (144) — grid 8 by 8, layout 144;
• 16×16 (144) — grid 16 by 16, layout 144;
• 36×36 (144) — grid 36 by 36, layout 144;
• disable-disable the grid;
• Arcs-variants of Arcs:
• 4×4-4-by-4 layout;
• 5×5-5 by 5 layout;
• disable — do not use arcs;
• Length of Square, Bars (X-axis) — the length of the square in bars;
• Height of Square, Points (Y-axis) — the height of the square in points;
• Build at the start — building a square at the start:
• in the center of the chart — in the center of the chart;
• at the specified time — at the specified time;
• to use the previous-use the previous square (if there is one on the chart);
• Freeze the size of the box-fix the scale of the box;
• Leave the square on the chart — leave the square on the chart after the indicator is removed;
• Display the rays to the right — display the rays to the right;
• Display the scale numbers — display the scale numbers;
• Display the name of the Square — show the name of the square;
• Direction of Square — build direction, up or down;
• Time of the bar to start building the Square — time of the bar to start building the box;
• Upper price for build the Square (if the Height is zero) — the upper price of the box, if the “Square height” parameter is zero, then the square
built at these prices;
• Lower price for build the Square (if the Height is zero) — the lower price of the box, if the “Square height” parameter is zero, then the square
built at these prices;
• Prefix — change for several boxes) – the prefix of the box objects, you need to change it if you use several squares at the same time;
• Color 1 on a white background — color of line 1 on a white background;
• Color 1 on a black background — color of line 1 on a black background;
• Width 1 — line width 1;
• Style 1 — Line 1 style;
• Color 2 on a white background — color of line 2 on a white background;
• Color 2 on a black background — color of line 2 on a black background;
• Width 2 — line width 2;
• Style 2 — Line 2 style;
• Color on a white background— color of the arc line on a white background;
• Color on a black background — color of the arc line on a black background;
• Width — width of the arc line;
• Grid color on a white background — grid color on a white background;
• Grid color on a black background — grid color on a black background;
• Width lines — width of the grid lines;
• Style lines — grid line style;
• Display the Grid of one-third — show the 1/3 grid;
• Font size — font size;
• Text color on a white background — text color on a white background;
• Text color on a black background — text color on a black background;
• Enable WASD keys-enable WASD key management. W-up, A — left, S-down and D-right;
• Horizontal shift — bars) – horizontal offset of the square (bars);
• Vertical shift — points) – the vertical offset of the square (points);
• All timeframes-display a square on all chart periods;
• M1-display the square on the period M1;
• M5-display the square on the M5 period;
• M15-display the square on the period M15;
• M30-display a square on the M30 period;
• H1-display the square on the period H1;
• H4-display the square on the period H4;
• D1-display the square on the period D1;
• W1-display the square on the period W1;
• MN1-display the square on the period MN1.

• 4×4 (52) — grid 4 by 4, layout 52;
• 5×5 (40) — grid 5 by 5, layout 40;
• 8×8 (90) — grid 8 by 8, layout 90;
• 8×8 (104) — grid 8 by 8, layout 104;
• 8×8 (144) — grid 8 by 8, layout 144;
• 16×16 (144) — grid 16 by 16, layout 144;
• 36×36 (144) — grid 36 by 36, layout 144;
• disable-disable the grid;
• 4×4-4-by-4 layout;
• 5×5-5 by 5 layout;
• disable — do not use arcs;
• in the center of the chart — in the center of the chart;
• at the specified time — at the specified time;
• to use the previous-use the previous square (if there is one on the chart);

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