Hans Hannula – Gann’s Greatest Secret
Gann’s Greatest Secret.
A bound research report. Reveals Gann’s best-kept secret which he used to make his long-range forecasts. Includes the scientific paper that gave Gann a tool 20 years before most scientists knew of it. Updated to present. Learn to see decades in advance
My name is Al Larson. I have a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering. You can label me in a lot of ways-engineer, scientist, mathematician, pilot, combat veteran, career counselor, teacher, carpenter, trader, market researcher, programmer, landscaper, computer consultant, and a few more – but mostly I am a serious student of what makes things work-especially markets.
This website represents my market work over the past 3 decades. Since I first read Dewey’s Cycles-The Mysterious Forces that Trigger Events in 1974, I have researched what moves markets.
One of the great pleasures of my work is having some excellent students. The best of all has been Dr. Greg Meyer, MS, MD. He has not only mastered my material but extended it by combining my XGO forecasts with my ZD filtering to make longer-term forecasts. That Meyer Method is now used in my newsletter and incorporated into the WinXGO program. Greg uses these tools to trade successfully. This is Greg on a recent visit to my office.
Over the last 15 years, I’ve studied Dr. Larson’s work from building block courses through the Master’s Course.
Dr. Larson applies sound scientific principles to the development of his courses, as his Ph.D. suggests would be the case. He has developed insightful programs and methods based on fundamental principles which give increasingly unprecedented accuracy as the course levels advance.
I rely on his programs and insights daily and proceed with confidence that solutions to market movement can be worked out as accurately as engineering problems could be solved when I was an aerospace engineer.
Dr. Greg Meyer, MS, MD
Al formerly used the pen name, Hans Hannula. It was his great-grandfather’s name. When he was working at Bell Laboratories the eurocrats would have prevented him from publishing anything as unorthodox as his first article, In Search of the Cause of Cycles, which linked market cycles to planets. This landmark article is in the book of reprints, Market AstroPhysics and Chaos, available in the [Chaos Trader’s Catalog].