WD Gann developed the use of cyclical "Road Maps" when making his annual stock market forecasts back in the 1920's and 1930's. This is what allowed him to call the exact date of the 1929 Great Depression stock market high and the greatest fall ever in US stock market history that followed thereafter.

Before the 2016 calendar year began, I constructed the following Road Map for clients using the same methods that WD Gann did. It assisted us greatly in determining where stock prices were headed throughout 2016.

As you can see, the 2016 Road Map predicted the movements of US equities with an uncanny accuracy. I haven't seen anyone else get anywhere near as close.

Now, I am pleased to announce that the WD Gann Road Map for 2017 is now available - you can grab a copy by clicking here.

WD Gann Road Map - 2016 as at 8 Dec 2016

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The WD Gann Road Map for 2017 provides you not only with a detailed Report giving the predictive price model for US stock prices in 2017, but you will also get an Excel copy of the chart with day by day calculations and movements. In addition to this, you also receive my Trading Notes for 2017 and over 100 years of daily historical data for the Dow Jones index.

At a price of only $395, I think the Report is an absolute steal and represents incredible value. You only need to take a look at the chart above to see how valuable the Road Map information can be.

In the chart above, you can see how the WD Gann Road Map predictive price model (grey line) successfully forecast the actual price movements in US equities (red line) with almost exact precision.

My clients have long been aware that US equities were a BUY in late September with the anticipation of a strong rally in the last quarter of 2016. So far, this is exactly what has happened.

2017 Road Map product page

To grab your copy of the WD Gann Road Map for 2017, please visit our Trade Shop or alternatively email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. Or you can click here for a FREE sample.

Until next time...