WD Gann: The Lessons of Markets & History: 2
This is a continuation of the Series by George Harrison:
WD Gann: The Lessons of Markets & History:
Part 2: TIMES AND SEASONS
There is a repetitive nature to events in History and, though each period of time has it’s own flavorings, clothing and technologies, Human Beings tend to act the same way in response to events.
WD Gann wrote often of History and learning from it’s Lessons. Gann studied the histories of Commodities, Stocks, Wars and discerned certain repetitive cycles from History.
Fortunately, some of this previously lost knowledge has been re-discovered and, I think that it would be well for those who are willing to look ahead to get a good glimpse into the future.
First, though, I’d like you to know that ANY Natural cycle can be de-energized and dissipated if certain actions or inactions are taken.
Almost always however, they are not addressed and are allowed to flow to their completion.
That being the reality of things then, it’s well to both KNOW those cycles and to TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THEM.
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What causes these repetitive patterns are certain unseen (and today almost unknown) forces which, though hidden, never-the-less, are sure and effective in their results.
The Original Causes of an event, whether it be a price pattern, cycle, war, economic boom or bust precede the events, sometimes by decades and are generally lost in the mists of time.
More often, each generation loses touch with what has happened to the generations preceding their own. Most of the young believe that they are different than their parents and struggle to be different or ‘better’.
These shifts in behavior eventually cause the generations to cycle completely around every 4 generations or so to come back to where they started.
If you noted the commodity price index chart in Part 1 of this series which I include again in this post.
You’ll see a continuous cycle of rising prices preceding wars followed by severe declines in commodity prices thereafter.
Although this particular chart has not been updated to 2011, you can be sure that it is now approaching the highest high reached during the Cold War.
They do call it a War on Terror for a reason.
The rising prices of the commodity index is the result of our smaller wars and the prelude to an even greater World War ahead according to other cycles research.
You can be sure that no generation that goes to war will ever want their children to experience what they have, and so, there is a generation that doesn’t go to war because theres no political will or public support for such adventures.
It takes another generation or two to forget these lessons and for politicians to get bold enough to attempt another foreign excursion whipping up the emotions of and using the naturally adventurous energy of youth to take up arms and go to battle again.
Though I’ve learned quite a bit about War Cycles, I won’t discuss that here today beyond what I’m showing here.
It’s presented as more food for thought, but, know that these cycles are in play still and coming like a freight train to our times in the years ahead. I’ll disclose more about this in the Gann Course elements and, possibly here in the future. But, it’s a tender subject.
Whats Really Important is THIS Year – 2011:
That will be the topic of my next installment in Part 3 of the WD Gann Lessons of History.
Coming in Part 3 of this Series: the Year 2011 and why it will be a major commodity TOP year very similar in nature to two particular years shown on the chart above (visible once you become a member of the Money Tigers Group:
Thanks for taking the time to visit and read. We’ll talk again soon in the next post. - George
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