# GANN Square Of 9 Calculator (GANN Calculator)

GANN Square of 9 Calculator / GANN Calculator: The GANN Square is derived from Spiral Chart by GANN. The GANN square of 9 is a 9×9 grid. There is a “start number” and defined increments from this “start number” ultimately create the spiral square. This theory is mainly used in an intraday calculator and is very easy to use. Use our GANN calculator below. Mobile users need to scroll horizontally to see the full calculator below.:

## GANN Square Of 9 Calculator – Video Guide

In our GANN calculator, you will find green squares running diagonally and mauve squares running perpendicular to each other. In the centre, there is a red square which is the base. Think this as a top of the pyramid where the green and mauve squares are slowly forming the base of the pyramid.

In GANN SQUARE OF 9 angles are very important and all calculations are made in degrees. There are four cardinal crosses 90, 180, 270, 360. But the Calculator forms a static number series. How can it affect the dynamic markets? Historically it has been seen and proved to be very accurate in the dynamic markets also. For more step-by-step guide and information on GANN Square Of 9 calculator, please click the button below to download the extraordinary ebook The Definitive Guide to Forecasting Using W.D. Gann’s Square of Nine by Patrick Mikula. Please use any of the share buttons below to unlock your download link instantly.

## How to use the GANN Calculator?

Wait at least 1 hour after the market opens. Just note the current market price or the average traded price of any security and put that in the input field in the calculator and click calculate. This will calculate the GANN angels relative to the last traded price or the average traded price. You will get clear buy/sell levels with the target and stop loss. For more details you can check my latest video on this subject.

## More On GANN Calculator

The GANN theory was derived by W. D. Gann, who also invented GANN angles, square of 9, hexagon and circle of 360. These methods have mathematically identified the supports and resistances in the markets. These S&R levels are found to be quite accurate over time.