Monday, December 26, 2011

Market Astrology of Mercury Venus Sun Mars from 26 December 2011 - 6 January 2012

In all these years that I have been looking at market astrology, I have found that there are three time periods that are important.  The very short 10 minute one, the medium 10 days one, and then the long term 10 weeks one, for the sake of poetry,  It is not really 10. The astrological aspects in the short term have been known to launch long term trends. So it is important to see why that happens. As a result I provide the medium one for free.  It is all things to all people. So to really benefit from the aspects you need to have your trading strategy set in place.  If you think that the long term is up, and the medium is down, and the short term is up then you can go long with a small bet, average down and build for the long term haul.  The aspects for each time period are different. That is the discovery. If you want to see the short term ones or the long term ones you need to contact me I will teach you at an hourly rate. But look at this blog first. Happy 2012 to all.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

2011 Stock Market Correlation to Astrology

Above is the chart for the Dow Jones for 2011. Below are the aspects of slower planets up to August 2011.

It really does not take a genius to see the correlations. If you think this sort of analysis would help you in your trading, then contact me at with "I am interested in Stock Market Astrology" in the subject field.  I charge for consultation. No time wasters please. That is why I put stuff here for free.

Thursday, December 01, 2011

Astrology of US Non Farm Payroll for Friday 2 Dec 2011

Aspects of Moon, Planets, Asteroids, Uranians for Dec 2 2011

Above are the exact aspects for the moment the Non-Farm Payroll Data are released. As you can see most of the aspects are D's and then they become U's just after the announcement.  U's tend to help more speculative trades.  This week we saw how the overall U aspects have rocketed the stock markets.  In particular the strong U's yesterday exploded the markets up.  So the same positive feeling will happen, no matter if the data is "good" or "bad".  Expect the US bond market to cave in. And then we end in D's. So it will all go the other way.  But hey it all could be wrong. Please treat this as light entertainment. It is wrong most of the time.