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Top 10 Again for FinancialCyclesWeekly.com

We’re in the Top 10 again.

Our market timing has consistently been quite accurate.

That’s been going on for a number of years.

Our regular subscribers at FinancialCyclesWeekly.com can attest to that.

So can Timer Digest.

Tim Bost Cover Timer Digest Top 10
The market service at FinancialCyclesWeekly.com and editor Tim Bost have been the subjects of special features in Timer Digest several times in recent years, and consistently rank in that publication’s Top 10 lists of market timers.

Timer Digest ranks forecasters and market timers from across the spectrum.

It tracks over 100 separate services.

That includes fundamental analysts.

It includes technical analysts.

It even includes folks like me – astrologers who use planetary cycles to time the markets.

That’s a broad mix.

But most of all, the Timer Digest listings feature many well-known experts.

They’re the cream of the crop.

So it’s a particular honor to get recognition in this prestigious publication.

Multiple Top 10 Lists

But Timer Digest doesn’t just pick winning forecasters and timing services.

They break their listings down into four categories.

First there are the Stock Market Timers. Those rankings are based on performance in forecasting the stock market during the last year, the last six months, and the last three months.

There’s a Top 10 list for each of those time frames.

Next there are the Gold Timers. That listing includes the Top 5 forecasters for the yellow metal.

The Bond Timers also get their own Top 5 list.

And finally there’s the listing of Long-Term Stock Market Timers. It features a ranking of the Top 10 market forecasters looking at mega-trends, the long-wave cycles that move the markets over many years.

Where We Show Up

We focus primarily on the stock market here at FinancialCyclesWeekly.com. And because we pay a lot of attention to outer-planet cycles and transneptunians, we provide a long-term perspective as we as comments on more immediate market moves.

That’s what has earned us recognition in the Long-Term Stock Market Timing category at Timer Digest. We’ve had a place on that Top 10 for over five years now.

Needless to say, we don’t show up in the rankings for Gold or Bond timing at all.

But our work has also merited a place in the Top 10 list for current Stock Market Timers on occasion as well.

In fact, in 2017 we ended up in a tie for first place in the rankings, so we shared in the recognition as Timer of the Year.

Current Rankings

My outlook for 2020 as a whole was included in the December 16, 2019 issue of Timer Digest (the annual forecast issue). As usual, we were ranked in the Top 10 Long-Term Timers. But we got an extra honor – the Number 10 ranking on the overall Top 10 list, based on forecasting performance from December 13, 2018 through December 13, 2019.

By the time the next issue of Timer Digest arrived on January 2, we had moved up to the Number 8 spot on that list. Running from December 31, 2018 through December 31, 2019, it recorded the best performers for the entire calendar year.

And then earlier this week, we got the most recent issue of the magazine, published on January 20, 2020. We’re now at Number 6 on the list of Top 10 Timers for the year, from January 17, 2019 through January 17, 2020.

And that’s not all.

Also in the January 20 issue, we popped in at Number 10 in the list of the top market timers for the past six months, from July 17, 2019 through January 17, 2020.

Does it feel good to get this kind of recognition for our work?

Of course it does!

But here’s the strange part.

As much as I enjoy the honors, I’m personally really not terribly competitive.

I’m not striving to beat anybody else. I’m not pushing to be Number 1.

What really pleases me is the fact that financial astrologers and astro-traders consistently find their way into the top rankings at Timer Digest. That not only includes me, but also friends and colleagues like Bill Meridian, Arch Crawford, Barry Rosen, and Manfred Zimmel.

Together, we’re advancing an important aggregate notion: if you want to succeed in the markets, it really pays to have the astro-trading advantage.

I think that’s something to be proud of!

Arch Crawford Talks War

Arch Crawford was the first thing Larry Pesavento mentioned when I joined him on his show yesterday.

Arch Crawford
Arch Crawford

“Tim,” he said, “we had one of your biggest fans on yesterday – Arch Crawford!”

I told Larry that I indeed consider Arch Crawford a dear friend.

He’s also one of the best-know financial astrologers.

But, Larry said, Arch told his audience that current astrological alignments point to to the possibility of war before the end of the month.

His latest forecast has been stirring up some very concerns.

That’s why Larry Pesavento had brought him on his Trade What You See program on TFNN the previous day. Arch had had an opportunity then to fill in some the details about what he’s seeing for the weeks ahead.

What Arch Crawford Had To Say

When Arch had been on Larry’s show on Wednesday, he warned of “hostility, terrorism and outright war” just ahead.

“This is a world condition,” he explained, “and as such it’s hard to determine who will and who will not be affected.

“It does touch our president’s horoscope chart, which increases the likelihood of US involvement.

“Neptune is highlighted, and there may be religious elements to certain areas of this turbulence, and perhaps drug connections as well to others.”

“These effects will likely take hold in the latter half of this month.

“This is not a joke!”

Do I Agree With This Forecast?

Quite naturally, Larry wanted to know if I agreed.

Does my own assessment match the view of Arch Crawford?

What’s really going on?

It was a great springboard for a very engaging conversation.

We not only talked about Arch and his forecasts.

We also discussed Y2K, bitcoin, and the current Mars alignments.

And we talked about current conditions in the stock market.

Here’s the entire interview segment:


 

Arch Crawford on The Big Eclipse

Arch Crawford is taking this eclipse seriously.

And why not?

After all, the solar eclipse coming up on Monday has gotten everyone’s attention.

The mainstream news media is going wild, of course.

Huge swarms of people are heading for the places where the total eclipse can be seen.

And the cities and towns along the eclipse path are preparing for traffic jams.

Hotels are booked solid.

People are clear that this a rare opportunity.

So they’re pulling out all the stops.

They’re traveling great distances and going to lots of expense to make sure they’re ready for The Big One.

And most of their preparations have been pretty upbeat.

Stores are holding eclipse sales.

Restaurants and bakeries are making eclipse-themed food.

Eclipse parties are being planned.

Arch Crawford Isn’t Ready To Party

But my good friend Arch Crawford doesn’t necessarily buy into the festive attitude.

He seems pretty clear that the solar eclipse is not just a time for revelry and celebration.

Arch is a pioneering leader in financial astrology and astro-trading.

He’s been tracking planetary phenomena like this for many years.

And just like me, he’s looking for a big geopolitical impact from this event.

Arch Crawford was featured in a recent column by Mark Hulbert on “What the Solar Eclipse on August 21 Will Mean For Stocks”.

Hulbert also cites academic research on the effects of planetary cycles on market events. The references he provides are worth exploring.

He also describes his efforts at “correlating solar eclipses with major market turning points. I focused only on total solar eclipses as opposed to partial ones, and furthermore on just those that were visible within the United States. There were 13 that met the criteria. For stock-market turning points, I relied on the bull and bear market calendar maintained by Ned Davis Research.

“I found little correlation. On no occasion did a total solar eclipse visible in the U.S. occur on the day of a major market turning point.”

Eclipses and Trend Reversals

Mark Hulbert makes a valid observation, of course. The market doesn’t always turn on the exact date of an eclipse.

But he overlooks an important factor.

Solar eclipses create resonant fields that stay active for months – sometimes years – after the date of the eclipse.

We can look for significant market action when transiting planets activate key planets and positions in the solar eclipse horoscope.

That’s one of the major themes in my new book, The Big One: The Great American Eclipse and Its Impact on the Market.

But of course Mark Hulbert is not an astrologer. So even though he’s bold enough to investigate eclipses and the markets, we shouldn’t expect him to get this nuanced bit of astrological lore.

And of course, he does feature the observations of Arch Crawford, who is an expert astrologer.

What Arch Crawford Has To Say

Hulbert quotes Arch Crawford as saying that, right after the solar eclipse, “hostile reactions will be immediate. Like it or not, historic events will ensue around this time, and most certainly involve the United States!”

That’s exactly the point I was making during my radio interview with Michael Yorba and Mervyn Price on Friday.

As a part of that session on iHeart Radio, we discussed global stress in general, and North Korea in particular.

As Arch Crawford says, we can expect historic events.

But as Mark Hulbert notes, he believes that  this hostility won’t spell the end of the bull market.”

Arch Crawford instead expects “a higher high after some further corrective action during this summer, perhaps around the December-January time frame.”

Based on an analysis of the lunar return to the solar eclipse, I’d look for that high in December. You’ll find that lunar return analysis on page 102 of The Big One.

 

 

Arch Crawford on Planetary Intensity

, I had a great chat with Arch Crawford yesterday after the New York markets closed.

As usual, our conversation was mainly about astrology, and the potential impact of current planetary alignments on geopolitics and market action.

Arch Crawford had called me because he was concerned about the sheer volume of planetary aspects that will be forming during the hours that the markets are open today. “I don’t know when I’ve seen so much stuff coming together so intensely,” he said.

I agreed. The stage is set by an Apollon direct station in the early morning hours, prior to the opening bell. But after the market opens this morning at 9:30 a.m. Eastern time, we’ve got an amazing string of planetary alignments in rapid-fire succession throughout the trading day.

Here’s What Got Arch Crawford’s Attention

Venus will be in a waxing semi-square to Mars at 9:49 a.m.

Mars will be in opposition to Pluto at 10:12 a.m.

Venus will form a waning sesquiquadrate to Pluto at 10:31 a.m.

Mercury will be contraparallel Uranus at 1:04 p.m.

Mercury will form a waning sesquiquadrate to Saturn at 1:48 p.m.

Mars will parallel Jupiter at 2:33 p.m.

And then just a few minutes prior to the closing bell, at 3:36 p.m., Mercury will align with the transneptunian factor Vulcanus in the 24th harmonic.

Later this evening, after the markets have closed for the day, we’ll also get a Mercury/Pluto oppositon, Mercury in a waning semi-square to Venus, and Mars in a waxing semi-square to Admetos. And on top of that, we have a New Moon tonight.

That’s quite a line-up, to say the least!

But What About The Apollon Station?

In talking with Arch, I pointed out that most of the activating forces at work are fast-moving planets, so even though there may be a disruptive impact, the overall effect may not be long-lasting. But the direct station by Apollon is another matter.

“I’m not sure that we should overlook the Apollon station,” I said. “That could be enough by itself to signal an important change. In my experience, whenever there’s a station of anything, it’s worth paying attention to”

“Absolutely,” Arch Crawford said. “I agree with you there. It’s one of the biggest things that happens. The most important are the eclipses, and then the planetary stations. Next would be sign changes by planets. Next would be the alignments – but the more planets involved, the bigger the effect. That’s what I’ve found. And this is a bunch of planets!”

Arch Crawford July 15 Planets
his 90-degree dial presentation of the planetary alignments at noon on Wednesday, July 15 reveals the intense energy that made Arch Crawford pay attention.

A bunch of planets indeed!

As this 90-degree dial shows, the alignments today are quite intense. The red pointer arrow on the dial is aimed at the tight configurations between Mars, Pluto and Mercury. Just opposite that, the small red arrow points to the eighth-harmonic activations by Venus and Saturn.

Midpoints Galore

But what’s really interesting here are the planetary midpoints triggers today.

There are key activations of Sun/Node, Sun/Hades, Sun/Kronos, Mercury/Hades, Jupiter/Chiron, and Saturn/Poseidon.

Jupiter triggers both the Mars/Hades and Pluto/Hades midpoints – not a very pretty picture.

Remember the Apollon station? It triggers the Jupiter/Hades midpoint, signaling a widespread lack of money and disturbed happiness.

And that’s not all.

The Moon/Kronos midpoint, for example, is triggered by Mercury (independent, autocratic thinking and communications), Venus (women in positions of national leadership), Mars (officials acting despotically), and Saturn (hindrances or losses through officials and/or prominent women).

Maybe that means we should be paying close attention to what Angela Merkel and Janet Yellen have to say today.

In fact, Arch Crawford mentioned both Janet Yellen’s congressional testimony and the vote in the Greek parliament today as possible arenas where we might see the current planetary tensions find expression.

Just how dire will the outcome be? We’ll have to wait and see, of course.

But no matter what happens, from an astrological perspective this is definitely a day worth watching!

 

Market Rally Midpoint Action

When I commented yesterday on the big market rally, I left something out.

I was focused on the impact of this week’s Uranus/Pluto waxing square on Janet Yellen’s natal horoscope.

I neglected to mention an important transiting dynamic.

A Market Rally Alignment

The Sun was square the Juipiter/Apollon midpoint as the market rally was in full swing.

My friend Bill Sarubbi (known to many as Bill Meridian, author of The Predictive Power of Eclipse Paths and other essential works on astro-trading) pointed out the omission.

I’m truly grateful that he brought it to my attention.

Some years ago it was Bill, along with Charles Emerson and Gary Christen, who encouraged me to look at the Transneptunian factors like Apollon in my astrological work.

Arch Crawford also helped push me in that direction.

Even though I resisted the notion of “hypothetical planets” at first, I finally gave it a look.

I’ve been hooked ever since.

The Transneptunians can indeed add important information to our astrological interpretations. And because they are slow-moving, even generational in their influence, they’re especially useful in mundane astrology and macro-economic considerations.

Apollon is the Transneptunian factor that’s connected with global expansion, the growth of science and technology, commercial activity, and the spreading of influence far and wide.

In combination with Jupiter, it’s a classic indicator of big money. That can be expressed in individual wealth or in the capitalization of a major corporation.

It can also mean a market rally.

What Alfred Witte Said

The comments of Alfred Witte, who literally wrote the book on Transneptunian influences, certainly support the idea of a market rally getting triggered by Jupiter/Apollon action.

(You can read Witte’s remarks on the subject in this article on “What Witte Said About The Sun At The Jupiter/Apollon Midpoint”).

What’s even more interesting, though, is what we can learn by back-testing the effects of eighth-harmonic solar alignments with the Jupiter/Apollon midpoint.

This chart shows the tendency toward a market rally after this alignment. It’s based on the events that took place over the last 30 years. But it doesn’t include the Sun’s square to the Jupiter/Apollon midpoint yesterday.

SunJupiterApollon Market Rally
When the Sun hits the Jupiter/Apollon midpoint, it can trigger a market rally in large-cap equities.

As you can see, the idea of the Sun in contact with the transiting Jupiter/Apollon midpoint being connected with a market rally doesn’t look too bad.

A Caution About Predicting A Market Rally

Even so, it’s important not to jump to conclusions. Although the impact of the Sun’s square to the Jupiter/Apollon midpoint was certainly evident in the market rally this week, it doesn’t happen all the time.

In fact, a market rally fails to materialize most of the time.

Remember that we get eight eighth-harmonic alignments of the Sun to the Jupiter/Apollon midpoint each year.

While they do in fact bring stock prices up on average, we don’t see a market rally of historical proportions each time they occur.

Note as well that the average pop in the S&P after a solar contact with the Jupiter/Apollon midpoint tends to be about one-third of one percent.

That’s nothing like the market rally we’ve seen in the past couple of days!

 

The AIG Trial – The 2008 Crash 6 Years Later

It’s been six years now since the bottom fell out of the stock market.

That was a tumultuous time, with the global financial system on the brink of total collapse.

And at the heart of the crisis was American International Group (AIG), the huge insurance company that had put itself on the line with credit default swaps on collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) to insure $441 billion worth of subprime mortgages. As the housing bubble began to deflate in 2007 and 2008, AIG had to pay out on more and more claims, until the big banks that had created the fraudulent CDOs backed with Liars’ Loans put themselves in jeopardy, ultimately pushing AIG into a massive liquidity crisis and virtual bankruptcy.

On September 16, 2008, with stock prices in a nosedive and the U.S. financial leadership in full panic mode, Ben Shalom Bernanke, at the head of the Federal Reserve Board, in collusion with U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson and New York Federal Reserve President Timothy Geithner, pushed through a high-interest federal loan to AIG of $86 billion and demanded the resignation of AIG CEO Robert B. Willumstad, who was replaced by Edward M. Liddy, a board member at Goldman Sachs.

More than five weeks before the collapse of AIG, on August 7, 2008, I had put the spotlight on AIG during an interview with Michael Yorba on his Commodities Classics TV show:


Although I called for “considerable downside” for AIG and the markets in general because of the then-imminent ingress of Pluto into Capricorn, and identified the September 23, 2008 Mercury/Mars conjunction at a Mercury station as a target zone for a trading bottom following a price decline by AIG and the insurance industry as a whole, I was definitely too conservative in my forecast at that time. Instead of finding a bottom at 17.25 as I thought possible, AIG dropped to below $5 a share – but it did find a trading bottom following the September 23 Mercury station.

The details about AIG are especially worth reviewing now, more than six years after that original interview, since AIG and all the big financial players from that time frame are the focus of a major trial set to begin in U.S. Federal Court of Claims on Monday, September 29, 2014. During the AIG trial, many new facts about the mechanics of the government bailout of AIG are likely to come to light. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Shalom Bernanke is expected to testify, as well as former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, and Timothy Geithner (president of the New York Fed in 2008, and later Treasury Secretary).

Bernanke’s testimony in the AIG trial is certainly likely to attract lots of media attention. During a 2009 interview with 60 Minutes, he said that the AIG collapse made him so angry at the time that he “slammed down the phone more than a few times.”

During that interview, Bernanke said that “It’s absolutely unfair that taxpayer dollars are going to prop up a company that made these terrible bets, that was operating out of the sight of regulators, but which we have no choice but to stabilize, or else risk enormous impact, not just in the financial system, but on the whole U.S. economy.”

In spite of Bernanke’s claims, however, the argument in the AIG trial is that the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury used the ailing AIG “as a vehicle to covertly funnel billions of dollars” to Goldman Sachs and other financial institutions favored by the government in a nefarious backdoor deal.

The complaint in the case for the AIG trial notes that “This is the only time in history when the government has taken without just compensation and/or illegally exacted the assets and equity of a company and its shareholders in connection with a loan, let alone a fully-secured loan bearing an extortionate interest rate.”

My Grand Cross Conversation with Arch Crawford

I got a phone call yesterday afternoon from Arch Crawford.

He’s probably the world’s most widely-known financial astrologer, and through his many years of newsletter writing as well as his frequent appearances on TV and radio and at investment conferences, he’s done a wonderful job of introducing the benefits of astro-trading to a global audience.

His monthly newsletter, Crawford Perspectives, offers “quintessential market timing by planetary timing and technical analysis” — it’s well worth checking out. You’ll find it at: http://www.crawfordperspectives.com/

Arch and I have been colleagues and great friends for years, but it had been about 8 months since the last time we’d had a chance to chat at length, so we had a little catching up to do when he called.

After getting connected on personal matters like health and family circumstances, we of course turned to our common interests of astrology and the markets.

Arch had a birthday last week, and I had taken a few minutes away from my W. D. Gann studies then to send him a message wishing him a “pleasant solar return.”

That got his attention.

“How is it possible to have a ‘pleasant solar return’ with THESE kind of planetary aspects?” he wanted to know, referring, of course, to the super-stressful Cardinal Grand Cross that’s now underway.

“I’m not sure how,” I confessed. “Unless it’s just surviving what’s going on right now, and then living to tell the tale. That may be enough of a celebration.”

He chuckled.

“Actually,” he said, “this is pretty serious stuff. The way the Grand Cross hits my personal chart isn’t good at all, and I’m really worried about the impact on the U.S. horoscope.”

The opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange at 9:30 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, April 23, comes just 9 minutes before the square between transiting Mars and Pluto, which brings the Grand Cross pattern into its tightest alignment. The chart for the Opening Bell is shown here in the outer wheel; the inner wheel is one of the popular USA horoscopes. Note the connections between the Grand Cross and the square between Saturn and the Sun/Poseidon conjunction in the USA chart, as well as the conjunctions between transiting Venus and the USA Vulcanus and between transiting Hades and the USA Venus.
The opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange at 9:30 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, April 23, comes just 9 minutes before the square between transiting Mars and Pluto, which brings the Grand Cross pattern into its tightest alignment. The chart for the Opening Bell is shown here in the outer wheel; the inner wheel is one of the popular USA horoscopes. Note the connections between the Grand Cross and the square between Saturn and the Sun/Poseidon conjunction in the USA chart, as well as the conjunctions between transiting Venus and the USA Vulcanus and between transiting Hades and the USA Venus.

As experienced astrologers know, there’s a lot of disagreement in the astrological community about the correct birth chart for the U.S.A. Most of the arguments, however, are about the best time of day to use for that horoscope– there seems to be general agreement that July 4, 1776 was an important date in U.S. history, even among those who argue that a different date entirely should be used as the true inception date for the country.

Arch and I didn’t get into any of that controversy. We both agreed that the trigger of the Grand Cross, with transiting Jupiter conjoining the natal Sun and transiting Mars conjoining natal Saturn in any chart for July 4, 1776, could prove to be more than enough to trigger some big challenges for the country as a whole.

While the precision of this alignment seems to be unprecedented in modern history, have been some Jupiter/Uranus waxing squares over the past couple of centuries who effects are worth studying as a clue to what we might have facing us in the coming months. You’ll find a detailed analysis in the e-book on The Stock Market Collision Course at http://bit.ly/ATsmcc.

And what about the markets? Arch Crawford said that he’s currently looking at three time frames that have a high potential for a major pull-back in the equities markets: from now until the early Summer; during the month of October, 2014; and then in January, 2015.

While I agreed with that general outlook, I told him that I’m looking for the Grand Cross pattern this week to light the fuse for some intensified selling action in the equities markets, with prices declining into the solar eclipse on April 29.

Whether or not that will be a major crash remains to be seen, however. I think a more likely scenario is a correction instead of a crash, with the potential for a rebound as we move into May.

And, as I reminded Arch, he and I have both been at this market forecasting game long enough to recognize one thing: if we ever feel absolutely certain about what’s coming up in the markets, then it’s a pretty good signal that we’re wrong.

He laughed and agreed with me. Essentially, we are our own strongest contrary indicators.

He also reminded me of the famous quote from Walt Kelly’s Pogo comic strip (Arch and I are both old enough to remember reading Pogo in the Sunday funnies): “We have met the enemy, and he is us!”

Perspectives from Top Financial Astrologers

When I was in Philadelphia last weekend to speak at the NCGR conference, I had a great time sharing some of the results we’ve been getting here at FinancialCyclesWeekly.com with astrologers and traders who wanted to know more about how planetary cycles really work in their impact on the markets.

It was also an excellent opportunity for connecting with some of my colleagues and good friends who are part of the financial astrology community, including Grace Morris, Arch Crawford, Georgia Stathis and Christeen Skinner.

As always, they had much to share about events in their lives and businesses, and it was fun sharing perspectives on the markets.

Georgia Stathis, for example, said she was expecting a big impact on the equities markets when lunar eclipses hit the natal horoscope for the New York Stock Exchange in October of this year and April in 2014. I’ll be keeping them in mind as  I prepare the next couple of monographs in our ongoing series on Solar Eclipse and their Impact on the Markets.

Arch Crawford said he’s watching the remaining iterations of the Uranus/Pluto waxing square as possible turning points in the markets. He’s also keeping an eye on sunspot activity.

“Based on my analysis of electron flux numbers,” he said,  “it looks like natural forces are trying to take the market down, but the governments of the world are doing everything in their power to keep the markets up.”

Always inclined to take a bearish stance, he added that “I don’t know how much longer they can keep on doing that.”

Sharing Astro-Trading Techniques at a Top Astrology Conference in the City of Brotherly Love

I’ve been in Philadelphia for the past couple of days, where I’ll be speaking tomorrow at the conference being held here by the National Council on Geocosmic Research (NCGR).

We’re meeting at the Doubletree Hotel on South Broad Street, just a couple of blocks from City Hall. It’s a great group of participants, and I’ve enjoyed seeing friends and colleagues from the community of financial astrologers, including Arch Crawford, Georgia Stathis, Grace Morris, Alphee Lavoie, and Christine Skinner.

I’ll be talking about “Astro-Trading Step by Step” on Saturday, August 17, starting at 3:45 p.m.

If you’re in the Philadelphia area stop by and say hello!

For more information on the NCGR conference, go to http://ncgr2013.com.

Market Astrology Makes The News

It was great to see my friend Arch Crawford mentioned in one of the lead stories on the Marketplace Economy website for the American Public Media “Marketplace” syndicated radio show.

“Crawford warns his 2,000 subscribers particularly against the dangers of Mercury in retrograde,” the article says, “a time when the planet appears to be going in reverse across the sky. The phenomenon, which happens three times or more a year, indicates a month when communications will be screwed up. He warns his subscribers never to start anything new during that time. He points to the fact that Knight Capital launched a new software program in August, when Mercury was in retrograde, and the brokerage firm nearly went out of business. He also notes that most major market glitches have happened while Mercury was in retrograde.”

You can read the full story and hear the radio clip that was broadcast on yesterday’s program at:

http://www.marketplace.org/topics/economy/astrology-guides-some-financial-traders