Gann Angles on the Dow Jones Industrials

By: readtheticker | Tue, Jul 26, 2016
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Let's review the Dow Jones Industrial with Gann Angles.

We have jumped to the long Gann Angle sourced from the 2007 highs, this is major resistance. A charge to 19,000 is required to bust this line. However this blog suspects more of the same consolidation along the angle. If there sellers are in charge then this is were they start to unload.

Dow Industrials with Gann Angles

Investing Quote...

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