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What's new?

Welcome to Stockstars.

So what makes Stockstars different? Stockstars looks at more than the basic, or main astrological aspects between Planets, Moon and other stellar entities, and then correlates them to the movement of stock markets or any financial instrument.

I produce free reports on Sundays. Please contact me on, if you want to learn. But the report is designed to be intuitive.

Quite simply I have drawn brackets, and recently arrows, when there are similar aspects. If that moment coincides with what you are looking at, then you have a trading model.

There is plenty of historical data here. I do not create anything. I have just simplified the astrological aspects. Read about it below.

Please note that under the new EU laws, this site is for entertainment only.

Beginners guide to Market Astrology and my service

Below is a guide to what the basis of this work is. I will start with, angles or aspects as we astrologers call them; then move on to the importance of their chronological order; then gaps; then the practical meanings as far markets are concerned.

But before all that

Please allow me to make this clear. Astrology is a vast field, with absolutely endless applications. What I am doing here is something I have developed, tried and tested. A lot of people do very similar things, and they do a much better job of it than me. So please do not think that I am taking any credit for this. I am not. A little while back, I stumbled across a book, and then later I got hold of various bits and pieces here and there. I am not an astrologer in the conventional sense. So if you are an astrologer, please excuse me for putting things in this way. All I know is that it works, and that I have to share it with everybody.

Angles or Aspects of Planets, Astronomy, Astrology

Astrologers look at the position of the Planets as they orbit the Sun in our Solar System. They measure the exact positions the planets are. Now, please note that astronomers look at all this quite differently, and I will not go on a red herring here. Let's start. If you know where two planets are at any given moment, you can measure the angle between them. You could say that at 11:11am GMT on the 11 of November 1111 AD, 11 of the planets in our solar system made these certain angles to each other. We could write them all down, and then measure all the angles again a minute later. The angles will be different. Great! Big deal you say! So what? Well this is where astrology takes over. Astrologers look at a certain set of angles or aspects. Some look at 30 60 120 degrees. Some look at 45 90 150 degrees. The combinations are endless. I look at a certain set described below. I look at the exact time when just these angles or aspects take place. These are tabulated, and their patterns are studied in what we call aspectarians.

The Chronological Order of Aspects

Imagine that at 11:00pm Mars was 60 degrees to Saturn, and that Mercury at 11:01pm made the same 60 degress to Neptune. Let's then say that Venus made 30 degrees to Jupiter at 11:02pm. You can see that three aspects were made in a matter of three minutes. These were three different aspects made by three different Planets. Now this bit is important. Because we have measured all the planets' (please note that I have put the apostrophe after the "s") aspects, we know that no other planets made any other exact aspects from 11pm to 11:03pm. Let's explain this basic, yet very important phenomenon more clearly. It does not matter which planet it is, it did not form any exact aspect from 11:00pm to 11:03. If there was an aspect made then it has to be included in the order of aspects with the three just mentioned.

What Stellar Entities do I measure?

I measure the Tropical Geocentric transit to transit Aspects of the "normal" 10 Planets and Moon, but also use certain Asteroids, Stellar entities known as Uranians, Moon's Nodes. I consider parallels and contra-parallels. I measure the movement and Aspects between: Moon, Sun, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, North Node, Chiron, Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta, Tranpluto, Cupido, Hades, Zeus, Kronos, Apollon, Admetos, Vulcan, Poseidon.

Types of Aspects, Hard, Soft

There are times when the angles are 0, 30, 36, 60, 72, 108, 120, 144, 154' 17", and 160 degrees. We call these 10 aspects soft. There another batch of 10 and they are called hard. They are 27' 41", 40, 45, 51' 26", 80, 90, 102' 51", 135, 150, 180. There are also inclinations and disinclinations which are the angles of bodies above and below the ecliptic. If you look at it in terms of slicing the circle by 1 or 2 or 3 all the way to 12 you will get what astrologers call harmonics. You can in theory go all the way to 29, but it is not necessary.

Exact Aspects

Many Astrologers do not look at "exact" aspects. They look at "approaching", or "separating" aspects. I don't, I look at the exact aspects. So I count the number of hard or soft aspects. The more aspects, the more the focus. That is how one can predict the power of a time period.

No aspects and gaps

Because we are being selective about the angles or aspects we want, there are periods when there are no exact aspects around. By the way that is why normal (if there is such a thing) astrology use applying and separating aspects. So there are times or situations when we have aspects, and there are situations or times when we do not have any aspects. These I call gaps. Believe it or not, they are very important. You will see that the markets seem to stall in the gaps.

Practical meaning of aspects and gaps

What I do which helps me to predict the markets, is to find moments when there are a large number of either hard, soft, or gaps around. If I see moments when we have loads of hard aspects, I say that the market will find it easier to go down. If I see loads of soft aspects, I say that the market will find it easier to go up. If there is a gap after a bunch of hard aspects, the market goes up, then it goes flat. If there is a gap after a bunch soft aspects the market goes down, then it goes flat. If I see moments that there are little aspects I assume that the effect will be less.

And finally the best program to create aspectarians is winstar.

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