Some examples can be found in the tutorial section in the A-B-C-D thread.
GannBox_144 for XAU_USD (Gold CFD) = Page 205, updated in posts #2039, #2047, #2053
GannBox_144 for SPX500 (S&P 500 CFD) = Page 205 post #2046.
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Can you load the template in your first post? All there are only .mq4, I realise one is meant to be a template, probably the one ending in .tpl.mq4 but it does not work as a template anyway. Thx!
Here is correct file.
i loaded the template and indicator you posted on first. can you explain where i can see trend for buy or sell. i use 15 min frame.
Attached is pic of 1-hour EUR/USD with PamaGann indicator, with grids turned on (as in template). We changed the green color trend line to yellow color for easier viewing.
The breakout of trend lines red and yellow is the Sell/Buy signals. You should be able to see the arrow generated by the indicator.
The grid can repaint, but the trend lines won't.
Also attached is indicator Trend Catcher, which is RSI set on 4-period. It has alert/alarm when it crosses 50-line to denote Buy/Sell and trend.
Just be aware that our belief with trend-based systems is that you will often enter late. Recommend combine with other support and resistance (S&R), such as fibs and/or PSQ9, which are covered in A-B-C-D thread:
So, multiple of 45degree levels is stronger than 22.5degree levels?
Also as mentioned price input should be "significant high or low" 4hr or daily?
i'm studying Gann in my free time and is very interesting.
now i.m do some test with your site indicated above but there is something strange, there are two same date, is possible (see attach)? i think is a software bug, what do you say?
many thanks for all you know about Gann and share with us.
The SQ9(Price) can only plot to 720-degrees, so there are limitations, which require eventual re-plot.
If you read the examples using this tool, by employing the "search this thread function" in the ABCD thread, you'll see that it can be used as low as the 15-min time-frame.
How many examples of this have you actually read?
Please be informed that we can not be anyone's personal tutor. You get more out of this if you read A LOT.
You need to study the price interaction with the S&R generated by the indicator plot.
I've gone over this thread a couple of times.. I am actually not using SQ9(Price) because of the limitation you've mention. But instead I'm using another version. Take a look! This plots multiples of 90 degrees. Works like a charm!
If that works for you that's great. The SQ9(Price) makes that same plot. It just doesn't have the ability to zero out colors and only have the 90-degree intervals remaining.
The examples of the SQ9(Price) applications are not in this thread. They are in the ABCD thread.
Anyway, to answer your original question, there is no right or wrong chart time-frame to use this kind of indicator. Depends if trader is day trading or swing trading, etc.
Selecting a particular swing direction for plot also depends on what the trader wants to do, i.e. buy on pullback.