W. D. GANN'S SOYBEAN MECHANICAL METHOD
Like the Mechanical Method on the SP 500 futures, most of Gann's method on Soybeans works without astro. The one exception is Gann's technique for pinpointing pullback prices.
We have only recently finished the decoding of W. D. Gann's Soybean Mechanical Method. Gann continually released updated versions and rules of this method on Soybeans right up to the time of his death, so its been quite a journey decoding, assembling and then back-testing each rule separately.
These Mechanical methods are taught in their entirety in our "W. D. GANN: MAGIC IN THE MARKETS" Training.
3.5 YEARS OF SOYBEAN BACK-TESTING
Click to expand this graph of results for Gann's Soybean Mechanical System for the last 3 and a half years. The Soybean Mechanical method works on a similar principle as the basic Mechanical Method does on US Indexes, but the details are substantially different. The timeframe and cycle are a bit longer.
This back-testing uses the lead contract of Soybean futures, and uses 1 contract per trade signal. Each rule has been separately back-tested by hand several times.
Also like the "Mechnanical Method on the SP 500," Gann intended Soybean Mechanical to be a self-contained trading framework. That is, the framework and method itself generated exact stops, targets, and signals. The framework also allows the market to dictate the duration of each trade, ranging from same-day to 1 month.
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