Tuesday, January 30, 2018

SPX vs Mercury conjunct Jupiter and Saturn ׀ January 30 (Tue)


Jack Gillen's Sensitive Degrees of the Sun | 2018


"The Sun's position by itself in relation to the stock market can show you trends that are more or less active for each year, as the sun degrees are generally fixed. They fall on about the same date every year. So this is why some periods of the year would be more of a pattern."
Jack Gillen (1979): The Key to Speculation on the New York Stock Exchange.


2017 Dec 27 (Wed) 08:38 = SUN @ 6° CAP
2018 Jan 01 (Mon) 06:25 = SUN @ 11° CAP
2018 Jan 06 (Sat) 04:12 = SUN @ 16° CAP
2018 Jan 18 (Thu) 22:25 = SUN @ 29° CAP
2018 Jan 29 (Mon) 18:03 = SUN @ 10° AQU
2018 Feb 02 (Fri) 16:40 = SUN @ 14° AQU
2018 Feb 05 (Mon) 15:41 = SUN @ 17° AQU
2018 Feb 17 (Sat) 12:20 = SUN @ 29° AQU
2018 Feb 22 (Thu) 11:21 = SUN @ 4° PIS
2018 Feb 23 (Fri) 11:12 = SUN @ 5° PIS
2018 Mar 03 (Sat) 10:23 = SUN @ 13° PIS
2018 Mar 11 (Sun) 11:17 = SUN @ 21° PIS
2018 Mar 24 (Sat) 12:48 = SUN @ 4° ARI
2018 Mar 31 (Sat) 14:39 = SUN @ 11° ARI
2018 Apr 07 (Sat) 17:12 = SUN @ 18° ARI
2018 Apr 13 (Fri) 19:55 = SUN @ 24° ARI
2018 Apr 26 (Thu) 02:45 = SUN @ 6° TAU
2018 May 02 (Wed) 06:59 = SUN @ 12° TAU
2018 05 08 (Tue) 11:38 = SUN @ 18° TAU
2018 05 09 (Wed) 12:26 = SUN @ 19° TAU
2018 05 26 (Sat) 02:56 = SUN @ 5° GEM
2018 06 06 (Wed) 14:23 = SUN @ 16° GEM
2018 06 07 (Thu) 15:28 = SUN @ 17° GEM
2018 06 08 (Fri) 16:33 = SUN @ 18° GEM
2018 06 29 (Fri) 15:17 = SUN @ 8° CAN
2018 07 04 (Wed) 21:10 = SUN @ 13° CAN
2018 07 08 (Sun) 00:43 = SUN @ 16° CAN
2018 07 10 (Tue) 03:03 = SUN @ 18° CAN
2018 07 24 (Tue) 19:06 = SUN @ 2° LEO
2018 07 28 (Sat) 23:36 = SUN @ 6° LEO
2018 08 09 (Thu) 11:24 = SUN @ 17° LEO
2018 08 10 (Fri) 12:25 = SUN @ 18° LEO
2018 09 02 (Sun) 08:34 = SUN @ 10° VIR
2018 09 04 (Tue) 10:07 = SUN @ 12° VIR
2018 09 05 (Wed) 10:52 = SUN @ 13° VIR
2018 09 20 (Thu) 20:37 = SUN @ 28° VIR
2018 09 24 (Mon) 22:46 = SUN @ 2° LIB
2018 10 07 (Sun) 03:47 = SUN @ 14° LIB
2018 10 14 (Sun) 05:41 = SUN @ 21° LIB
2018 10 22 (Mon) 07:06 = SUN @ 29° LIB
2018 10 25 (Thu) 07:26 = SUN @ 2° SCO
2018 10 27 (Sat) 07:35 = SUN @ 4° SCO
2018 11 03 (Sat) 07:39 = SUN @ 11° SCO
2018 11 21 (Wed) 04:04 = SUN @ 29° SCO
2018 11 25 (Sun) 03:06 = SUN @ 3° SAG
2018 12 07 (Fri) 22:53 = SUN @ 16° SAG
2018 12 11 (Tue) 21:20 = SUN @ 20° SAG
2018 12 15 (Sat) 19:43 = SUN @ 24° SAG
2018 12 27 (Thu) 14:37 = SUN @ 6° CAP
2019 01 01 (Tue) 12:21 = SUN @ 11° CAP


[all times calculated for New York City =  EST / EDT

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Geocentric and Heliocentric Bradley Indices │ Turning Points 2018


2017 Dec 18 (Mon) = Low (helio)
2018 Jan 03 (Wed) = High (geo)
2018 Jan 04 (Thu) = Major High (helio)
2018 Jan 28 (Sun) = Major Low (geo)
2018 Feb 01 (Thu) = Major Low (helio)
2018 Feb 25 (Sun) = High (geo)
2018 Feb 28 (Wed) = High (helio)
2018 Mar 08 (Thu) = Low (geo)
2018 Mar 10 (Sat) = Low (helio)
2018 Mar 15 (Thu) = High (geo)
2018 Mar 22 (Thu) = Low (geo)
2018 Apr 25 (Wed) = High (geo)
2018 Apr 25 (Wed) = High (helio)
2018 May 03 (Thu) = Low (geo)
2018 May 04 (Fri) = Low (helio)
2018 May 17 (Thu) = Major High (helio)
2018 May 18 (Fri) = Major High (geo)
2018 May 23 (Wed) = Low (geo)
2018 May 24 (Thu) = Low (helio)
2018 May 28 (Mon) = High (helio)
2018 May 29 (Tue) = High (geo)
2018 Jun 27 (Wed) = Low (geo)
2018 Jun 27 (Wed) = Low (helio)
2018 Jul 10 (Tue) = High (geo + helio)
2018 Aug 01 (Wed) = Low (geo + helio)
2018 Aug 05 (Sun) = High (geo + helio)
2018 Aug 11 (Sat) = Low (helio)
2018 Aug 12 (Sun) = Low (geo)
2018 Aug 22 (Wed) = High (geo + helio)
2018 Aug 29 (Wed) = Low (geo + helio)
2018 Sep 05 (Wed) = High (geo + helio)
2018 Sep 12 (Wed) = Low (geo + helio)
2018 Sep 15 (Sat) = High (helio)
2018 Sep 16 (Sun) = High (geo)
2018 Oct 09 (Tue) = Low (geo + helio)
2018 Oct 24 (Wed) = High (geo + helio)
2018 Nov 21 (Wed) = Low (helio)
2018 Nov 24 (Sat) @ 0 (geo)
2018 Nov 27 (Tue) = High (helio)
2018 Dec 03 (Mon) = Low (helio)
2018 Dec 05 (Wed) = Low (geo)
2018 Dec 14 (Fri) @ 0 (geo)
2018 Dec 18 (Tue) = High (geo + helio)
2018 Dec 21 (Fri) @ 0 (geo)
2019 Jan 17 (Thu) = Major Low (geo)
2019 Jan 21 (Mon) = Major Low (helio)

[all times calculated for New York City =  EST / EDT

Some background on the Bradley Indices
and turning points of previous years HERE

S&P 500 Index vs Eurodollar COT's Leading Indication | Forecast for 2018


Here is another Tom McClellan approach to forecast the stock market one year ahead: In the above chart the blue line represents the Commercials' Position Net Long Position in the Eurodollar (COT Report available HERE) as % of Total Open Interest, set forward 54 Weeks. The projection seems to correlate best +/- 2 weeks. About the hows and whys of this indicator, Tom McClellan, the inventor, wrote back in August 2015: "The basic idea is that I take data from the weekly Commitment of Traders (COT) Report on the commercial traders’ net position in eurodollar futures, and then use that as a leading indication for the SP500.  In this case, the term Eurodollar (ED) refers not to a currency relationship, but rather to dollar-denominated time deposits in European banks. So it is an interest rate futures product [...] I do not know why it works to have the ED COT data shifted forward by a year to see what the SP500 will do. But after seeing that it has worked for several years, at some point we stop wondering about the “why” question, and start to accept that there really is something working here." (HERE) However, he later commented this was one of his "favorite indicators. But favorite does not mean perfect" (HERE).

Saturday, January 27, 2018

DJIA vs Crude Oil Set Forward 10 Years | Major High around June 2018


Tom McClellan's approach projects a major high in US-stocks into around June 2018, and a major low into January 2019 (see also HERE + HERE).

S&P 500 Index vs Jupiter – Saturn Cycle | February 2018


Upcoming Turn-Days are:
Jan 31 (Wed), Feb 10 (Sat), Feb 11 (Sun), Feb 13 (Tue), Feb 21 (Wed), Feb 27 (Tue), Mar 07 (Wed).

Cosmic Cluster Days | February - March 2018


 Upcoming Cosmic Cluster Days are:
Jan 29 (Mon), Feb 05 (Mon), Feb 10 (Sat), Feb 15 (Thu), Feb 19 (Mon), Feb 22 (Thu), Feb 28 (Wed), Mar 04 (Sun),
Mar 05 (Mon), Mar 11 (Sun), Mar 12 (Mon), Mar 23 (Fri), Mar 24 (Sat), Apr 13 (Fri).
Previous CCDs are HERE
 
The assumption is that heliocentric and geocentric angles between planets are related to financial market movements. A signal is triggered when the composite line of all aspects breaks above or below the Cosmic Noise Channel


Review of S&P 500 Index vs Cosmic Cluster Days in January 2018 | Preview for February 2018.

SoLunar Map | February - March 2018


Upcoming SoLunar Turn-Days are:
Jan 31 (Wed), Feb 04 (Sun), Feb 08 (Thu), Feb 11 (Sun), Feb 15 (Thu), Feb 18 (Sun), Feb 23 (Fri), Feb 26 (Mon), Mar 01 (Thu), Mar 05 (Mon), Mar 09 (Fri), Mar 13 (Tue), Mar 16 (Fri), Mar 20 (Tue), Mar 24 (Sat), Mar 28 (Wed), Mar 31 (Sat), Apr 04 (Wed).

Previous SoLunar Maps HERE

The maps above depict the SoLunar bias for short-term movements of stock indices two months ahead. The markets are certainly influenced also by other planetary forces - especially longer-term - but a 3-5 day short-term rhythm and pattern is governed by the SoLunar forces (= 4 highs and 4 lows per lunar month).

The SoLunar forces are a composite of Sun-Moon angles, orbital eccentricities, declinations and some long-term cycles. A Low in the SoLunar Map frequently is a High in the stock market and vice versa. Inversions occur, and if so, they should occur only once every 4 lunar months around a New Moon (max +/- 7 days).

The SoLunar Rhythm is frequently disturbed by (1.) the FED, and (2.) by sudden solar activity, altering the geomagnetic field, and hence the mass mood. This can result in the skip and/or inversion of pivots in the SoLunar Map. An increasing number of sunspots and flares have usually a negative influence on the stock market some 48 hours later, and vice versa (Ap values > 10 are usually short-term negative). A rising blue line in the SoLunar Map means the bias for the market is side-ways-to-up, and vice versa. Highs and lows in the SoLunar Map also may coincide with the start and termination of complex, side-ways correction patterns like zig-zags, triangles or flags. 

 
Review of R2K and NASDAQ 100 vs SoLunar Map in January 2018 | Preview for February 2018.

S&P 500 Index vs True and Mean Lunar Orbital Velocity | February 2017


The Moon moves around the Earth in 27.32166 days or one sidereal period of revolution. As it does this its position changes, relative to the stars. Since there are 360 degrees in a circle, the Moon moves on the average 360 degrees / 27.32166 days = 13.17636 degrees of geocentric longitude per day to the east and relative to the stars (Mean Orbital Speed = red dotted line in the chart). However, this is the Moon’s theoretical mean orbital speed, met only twice for seconds per lunar month. Since the orbit of the Moon is distinctly elliptical it causes variations in the angular speed (True Orbital Speed) as it moves towards and away from the Earth: when closest to the Earth (perigee), the Moon moves faster (up to 16.72 degrees/day), while when furthest (apogee), slower (down to 10.43 degrees/day).

DAX vs SUN 000 MER + MER @ Max Elongation E/W + New and Full Moon


Always worth a look:
The Conjunction of Mercury and the Sun, Mercury's greatest Eastern and Western Elongation, as well as the Full Moon and the New Moon:
       
2018 Jan 02 (Tue) 01:48 = MER max Elong W
2018 Jan 02 (Tue) 03:24 = SUN 180 MOO

 2018 Jan 17 (Wed) 03:15 = SUN 000 MOO
 2018 Jan 31 (Wed) 14:25 = SUN 180 MOO = Total Lunar Eclipse 
2018 Feb 15 (Thu) 22:03 = SUN 000 MOO = Partial Solar Eclipse
2018 Feb 17 (Sat) 13:07 = SUN 000 MER
2018 Mar 02 (Fri) 01:54 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 Mar 15 (Thu) 11:08 = MER max Elong E
2018 Mar 17 (Sat) 14:07 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 Mar 31 (Sat) 14:37 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 Apr 01 (Sun) 19:43 = SUN 000 MER
2018 Apr 16 (Mon) 03:53 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 Apr 29 (Sun) 17:15 = MER max Elong W
2018 Apr 30 (Mon) 03:01 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 May 15 (Tue) 13:43 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 May 29 (Tue) 16:20 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 Jun 06 (Wed) 03:48 = SUN 000 MER
2018 Jun 13 (Wed) 21:40 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 Jun 28 (Thu) 06:54 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 Jul 12 (Thu) 05:51 = MER max Elong E
2018 Jul 13 (Fri) 04:48 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 Jul 27 (Fri) 22:18 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 Aug 09 (Thu) 03:59 = SUN 000 MER
2018 Aug 11 (Sat) 11:58 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 Aug 26 (Sun) 13:53 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 Aug 26 (Sun) 23:57 = MER max Elong W
2018 Sep 09 (Sun) 20:02 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 Sep 21 (Fri) 03:34 = SUN 000 MER
2018 Sep 25 (Tue) 04:53 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 Oct 09 (Tue) 05:47 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 Oct 24 (Wed) 18:40 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 Nov 06 (Tue) 15:45 = MER max Elong E
2018 Nov 07 (Wed) 17:05 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 Nov 23 (Fri) 06:40 = SUN 180 MOO
2018 Nov 27 (Tue) 10:08 = SUN 000 MER
2018 Dec 07 (Fri) 08:21 = SUN 000 MOO
2018 Dec 15 (Sat) 16:35 = MER max Elong W
2018 Dec 22 (Sat) 18:45 = SUN 180 MOO

[ all times calculated for Frankfurt a.M., Germany = CET / CEST ]
[ times in the chart above however are EST / EDT ]

Russell 2000 Index vs 4 Lunar Month Cycle │ High on Lunar Eclipse


Tuesday, January 30 should be a down-day, the Super Blue Blood Moon and Total Lunar Eclipse on Wednesday a high.
If the cycle's polarity remains intact (HERE), a choppy sideways-to-down consolidation of US-stocks into March 13 should follow. Otherwise the consolidation would only last into end of February, and would be followed by a swing up into mid March and swing down into March 28.


Credits: NASA