Arch Crawford was the first thing Larry Pesavento mentioned when I joined him on his show yesterday.
“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.
When Larry Pesavento interviewed me this morning, we had a chance to talk about the impact of the recent double retrograde phenomenon.
We also took a look at the upcoming trends in the equities markets.
We even got in a bird’s eye view of the cryptocurrency markets.
Here’s the entire interview, featuring the double retrograde impact and a whole lot more. It was broadcast earlier today on tfnn.com internet TV:
Double Retrograde Effect
The first of the trading charts that we shared with Larry during our conversation this morning dealt specifically with the double retrograde alignment. That’s what has coincided so sharply with the market action overall.
As we’ve noted repeatedly during the past few weeks, the Winter Solstice has the potential for triggering a short-term rally in stock prices.
Astro-Cycle Projection Dates
We found further confirmation for short-term swing action to the upside when we looked at this astro-cycle trading chart.
Solar Eclipse Webinar
We think that the solar eclipse coming up on January 5 is going to have an unexpectedly strong effect on the globe as a whole. That’s why I’m doing a special free webinar on the eclipse on December 28.
I had an opportunity to share my equinox forecast during a great interview yesterday with Larry Pesavento on his “Trade What You See” radio show on TFNN.
As with any major pivot point in the markets, a calendar-based equinox forecast is not just about a specific date (although that’s certainly important).
As we look ahead with this equinox forecast, we’re much more concerned about the specific astrological alignments that can trigger significant market movements.
In this case, that’s the upcoming Cardinal Ingress just a few days from now – the movement of the Sun into the zodiacal sign of Libra.
What W. D. Gann Saw In An Equinox Forecast
This key passage into Libra is the Fall Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. It’s the Spring Equinox in the Southern Hemisphere, marking the first day of Spring.
It’s an event that W. D. Gann paid a lot of attention to. He knew just how significant it can be in triggering key turning points in the overall market environment. It also impacts specific trade set-ups as well.
In fact, Gann gave special attention to all four Cardinal Ingresses each year – not only in his published forecasts and work for his private clients, but also in his own chart work and personal assessments of emerging market trends.
He’s had many years of valuable personal experience in the markets, both as a floor trader in Chicago, as an independent trader, and as an expert market analyst who has perfected techniques for pattern recognition in the markets that go far beyond the limited insights of conventional technical analysis.
On top of that, he’s devoted many years to working one-on-one with individual traders who want to get an extra edge, providing coaching and tutoring services in person and on his website at http://www.tradingtutor.com.
His integrity, generosity, and professional competence make him one of those all-too-rare individuals who really make a positive difference in the lives of others.
To be successful in the markets, Larry says, you have to “trade what you see, not what what you believe.”
That statement is simple enough, but it contains a world of wisdom, since it precisely nails the bias that can cause us the biggest problems in our trading, and that can make the difference between massive market losses and a successful trading career.
And even though Larry Pesavento insists that he’s “not a card-carrying astrologer,” he’s also done a lot of personal investigation of astrological factors in the markets, and has successfully developed unique astro-trading techniques that have proven to be profitable time and time again.
Noting that the new book “presents what I think are some of the most useful astrological cycles for trading,” Larry concludes that “Mercury, Money and the Markets is a welcomed addition for any trader interested in looking into astrology, as well as for experienced astro-traders who want to continue their study to get even better results in the markets.”
He also focuses on some of the specific Mercury trading cycles discussed in the book, commenting that “Personally I found these to be amazing in the their accuracy. And Tim gives you the exact days of these trading events 40 years into the future, which in my opinion pays for the book several times over!”
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