# BTCUSD angles from the 1:1 scale

BTCE:BTCUSD   Bitcoin / U.S. Dollar
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THE ANGLES IN DEGREES ARE OVER THE LINES. If you take the price/bars = y/x and arctan y/x gives the angle in degrees. Now take the y/r or price/distance and the arcsine of that ratio gives the angle in degrees also. The arctan and arcsine degrees agree.
Also if you take 6 radius legs from a circle center to the circle itself, they measure the same distance...another test of a 1:1 scale.
Check out the angles and their spread differences. It may help to know how to set up a speedfan for angle ratios and the spreads between the angles.
You would think this symbol would be totally random in nature but it shows the same attributes of other stocks and currencies that have been rigged geometrically.
Hope it's useful for those that use angles or distances for arcs. These distances can also be used with a circle and it's center. No need for elliptical shapes if I'm correct.
Thanks, interesting. How exactly does this help? Which relationships should we look for when comparing angles and a circle?
Kurt0sis
What I look for with angles is consistent spread separation. This is just a study. It looks like 7 degree spreads might work? The circles are still there, they are just hidden in the object tree. I actually would like a statistics application that would give the angles, or distances, or proportional box ratios, etc. I find just sorting in asending order tells me a lot about groupings (in my TI-85). I don't know if this is the best scale setting. It is a 1:1 setting which makes the radius (arrow tool) distances correct with what they display. I find by rescaling I can make right diagonals show up ...as in EURUSD or make circles work out so 2 points are hit in the arc swing.
This is just another test with the 1:1 Gann scale. I was trying his "gann fan" on another copy of this just to see if there was anything to it.
Still looking at other geometric figures...pentagons, stars, etc. It's only because there are geometric relations in their angle degrees..which may or may not work. Not satisfied I can PREDICT with them though
...WHICH IS THE WHOLE IDEA.
Kurt0sis
There are several groups of people that use angle spreads. The idea behind angles is they can be used for consistent rates of speed or (accelerations) that occur on a chart. Angles can also be used for meeting points. Where 2 or more points intersect it's a good point for a reversal or a potential meeting point in the future...no guarantee though.
Gann used y/x ratios of 1/2, 1/1, 2/1 etc. Check out his gann fan and you can see all the ratios in it.
Richard Ney used 15, 30, 45, 60
I've been using angles based on a square built around a circle. 11.25, 22.5 then every 22. 5 or 11. 25...equal spreads.
The best method is just look for the angles that repeat on a chart...because they don't require a scale adjustment, you just use what is there
Robert24
I agree with this. The absolute value of the angles are arbitrary, but you can still look for similar angles and relationships between angles using some given arbitrary scaling
Kurt0sis
True, but certain scalings also show things that are hard to see otherwise. An example is drawing X's between 4 points. Just zoom in and out until you get right diagonals and often you'll find more than one right diagonal shows up. EURUSD did that in one of my published ( down lower in published). Other scalings give 2 point hits on arc swings, whereas normally you might only get one hit on the swing. Don't have the why? of it, but they are observations that happen.
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