HW that may have been your most gifted share of wisdom by far. And ok I know you have shared some good stuff in the other thread
But i totally agree with the summary:
Kumares or any other Gann student ... my thoughts on this
1. Read Ganns material (books / courses ) yourself.
I think Pareto's Law applies here. 80% of your Gann knowledge should (will) come from reading Gann content, 20% may come from reading about him thru other people, or websites. So right now, you asking about how to learn Gann on this forum falls in the 20%, you might get some clues,some help, but the 80% knowledge only comes from reading him.
Anyone who wants to understand Gann has to read his material. Not read someone elses (internet sites, opinion pieces etc) analysis of Gann. I have never met a successful Gann trader who learnt from the 20% study. Understanding Gann comes from reading his books / courses - and following the bread crumbs. (there are plenty)
2. Read 'original' gann books / courses. These are available under the book section on this site, and all over the net. Im referring to the books issued by Lamber Gann Publishing. Stay away from publishers "Abtao Ediciones", "Eigal Meirovich" , "The Richest Man in Babylon" and others. I cant say i have compared all the books that have been reprinted by these other publishers. But i did find in "The Magic Word" published by the 'Richest Man in Babylon" edition that some of the words were different to what is in the original Lamber Gann edition. Why as a serious Gann student would anyone risk reading a book that has had words changed in it ? Play it safe and read the original Lambert Gann books / courses.
3. Find Ganns Recommended reading list. If you want an insight into his mind, this is a good place to start. It will also help you understand how to read his books.
4. Books about Gann. There are plenty of authors out there who have dabbled in Gann: Bost, Burton, Cooley, Costa, Cowan, Baumring, Droke, Ferrera, Futia, Gilmore, Hannula, Jansky, Jenkins, Katz, Krausz, Hill, Long, Maclean, Marish, McLaren, Meadors, Mikula, Miller, Yogi, Pesavento, Plummer, Smithson, Walker, Hima, The Seeker, Bowden, Morales, Meridian, Merriman, Oliver, Harley, Jace, Hyerczyk .... should i add more ? I could even add our own HW Steele to the list.
In the end it takes time to not only read them all, but then to go back over and understand them. Key word = time. welcome to Gann.
But remember these authors should really only add up to 20% of what you understand about Gann.