Wednesday, March 28, 2012

All Planets vs SPX - Evaluation of Strength & Time



Based on price history of the S&P 500 from 03.01.1950 09:30 TimingSolution chose the strongest planetary composites and evaluated the frequency of planet's presence in different composites and lists the planets according to their activity. The most active planet is the Moon.  Planets ranked by importance:

Moon 14 points
Mercury 14 points
Venus 14 points
Mars 14 points
Jupiter 14 points
Sun 12 points
Saturn 12 points
North Node 11 points
Neptune 10 points
Pluto 10 points
Uranus 9 points
  • Following diagrams show the effect of the angle between the planets on trend. Different curves of different colors represent composite diagram for different independent intervals.
  • Red stripes (on the bottom part of diagram) show the regions where the influence of the planetary factor is strong. These regions are called "Predictable Zones". Grey stripes show the regions where the connection between the price and the planetary factor is not so obvious. We recommend to use red zones for prediction (as the results there are more predictable). 

Planetary Phase:




The most predictable zones are:
00° AR - 29°46' CANC
05°02' AQ - 0° AR




The most predictable zones are:
00° AR - 17°46' TA
00°29' GEM - 04°34' LIB
09°50' LIB - 01°55' SAG
12°14' AQ - 0° AR

The most predictable zones are:
10°05' CANC - 02°10' VIR
02°38' LIB - 28°19' SC
17°02' CAPR - 0° AR

The most predictable zones are:
00° AR - 18°58' CANC
02°38' LIB - 05°31' SAG
14°38' SAG - 03°07' AQ
23°02' AQ - 0° AR


The most predictable zones are:
00° AR - 14°10' TA
07°41' GEM - 27°22' VIR








































   

   

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