Thursday, February 28, 2008
Life is weird. I forgot to post yesterday. Anyway here is todays from EU opening to US close. You can see that the hard aspects in EU dropped the markets. The US followed the overnight futures.
Look at the 4pm and 5pm hours in GMT in the image above. That is where we are now, and there are a lot of hard aspects around. Then there is a moment of an hour with no aspects, and we should get a relief rally. It is a bit like a slinky unwinding. Yes there are two slinkies at work. One for softs and one for hards. We Iranians call them Ohrmazd and Ahriman, or the eternal twins (woops I am not supposed to speak in those terms on this blog).
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
The are more soft aspects than hard aspects, in the US trading session. There is a soft focus from 5:23-5:53pm GMT (1:23-1:53pm EST). The is also a little soft focus from 7:55-8:09pm GMT (02:55-05:09pm EST). These soft aspects make it a lot easier for the markets to go up, than down.
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Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Hard aspects at mid morning, and then near Noon, means the markets can go down more easily than go up.
Wednesday, February 06, 2008
Below are the Aspectarians for yesterday (Tuesday) and today (Wednesday) for US trading in GMT. The purpose is to compare the aspects, and see the differences. It is quite obvious that there are more hard aspects at the start of the day, and much less aspects later on in the day, albeit a bit softer. So it will be easier to go up later in the afternoon compared to yesterday. These aspects today are individually strong, but they are not so focussed and will have even less of an effect than yesterdays' soft ones at the close, that were individually weaker. Focus of aspects as well as the strength of the aspect are very critical in calculating the potential effect on markets. Ideally three aspects greater than 80 degrees within 30-40 minutes is quite potent. There is quite a lot more to this sort of analysis. Write to me and I will teach you via a correspondence course.