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Solar Eclipse Stock Market Zone

We’re just about ready to release the massive new e-book on Global Game Change: Power and Profits at the Equinox Eclipse.

But as we focus on the potentially devastating solar eclipse stock market effects that can accompany the big Equinox Eclipse that’s coming up on Friday, March 20, we shouldn’t overlook the solar eclipse stock market impact of the last big solar eclipse as well.

That eclipse happened last October, but the solar eclipse stock market influence is still being felt, especially when we get planetary alignments that trigger sensitive points in the horoscope for that eclipse.

Solar Eclipse Stock Market Support
Solar eclipse stock market effects can include defining a support zone, as in the case of the eclipse on October 23, 2014.

As this chart for the S&P 500 Index shows, the price range on the date of that eclipse has created a support zone for the index since then, bounded by a high of 1961 and a low of 1931.

The Uranus/Pluto waxing square in December helped drive the markets lower, but the index didn’t penetrate the support zone generated by the solar eclipse stock market dynamics from October.

Lasting Solar Eclipse Stock Market Effects

 

Since that time prices have remained above that solar eclipse stock market support level, but the next Uranus/Pluto waxing square on March 16 may drive the S&P lower for yet another test of support.

If that support continues to hold firm past the Equinox Eclipse coming up on Friday, we can expect more bullish action ahead, but a break below that eclipse-defined trading range at any time during the next few months would be extremely bearish.

If that happens, we will reassess our bullish assumptions and recalculate our price targets.


Hitting Astro-Resistance in Stock Market Trading

For the last couple of trading days I’ve been keeping a close eye on the 1,964 price level in the S&P 500 index.

When I was on Michael Yorba’s radio show last week, I had used my astrological studies and harmonics work to identify two potential areas of resistance for stock market trading in the S&P – at 1,964 and at 2,009.

On Friday and Monday the 1,964 resistance zone held firm, with the index trading as high as 1,963 and change both days– but no higher.

Today, however, the intraday action in the S&P has already moved above the 1,964 level. As I’m writing this the index stands at 1,966.08; earlier today it moved a little bit above 1,968.

Does this mean that the 1,964 resistance level has been broken?

Possibly, but I won’t consider it a sure thing until after the closing bell for trading today.

If the S&P closes the session today above the 1,964 mark, I’ll consider it to be a signal that the resistance is no longer holding.

If that happens, I’ll be looking for another close above 1,964 in tomorrow’s trading to confirm the breakout. If that takes place, we’ll be watching for resistance at 2,009 next.

But my back-testing and astrological studies still seem pretty clear at this point that there’s considerable bearish pressure right now, so I’m anticipating a price pull-back before the end of the day.

If we get a pull-back, and if the S&P closes today at 1,964 or below, it will give us strong confirmation that our astrological was correct, and we’ll be looking for a further move to the downside before the end of the week in our stock market trading, with the possibility of a rebound during the final trading sessions on Thursday or Friday.

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Will We Hit Gann Resistance Today?

Today is the Spring Equinox, which is one of the most important dates in the year as far as the determination of market trends is concerned.

At least that’s what W. D. Gann thought, and he mentioned the date of the Spring Equinox in a number of places in his writings on trading methods and market forecasting.

That’s why we decided to put Gann’s theory to the test by back-testing more than a dozen market indices from around the world, as well as precious metals, currencies, and a group of individual equities.

We came up with some surprising results, which I shared in an online video a couple of days ago.

We also featured this research, along with a Universal Clock illustration based on Gann’s Wheel of 24, in the most recent issue of the FinancialCyclesWeekly newsletter.

In that article, I noted that for the S&P 500 Index at the Spring Equinox today, “the Sun’s position triggers prices of 1801, 1825, 1849 and 1873. We’ll watch for support and resistance at those prices.”

So far today, the S&P has been trading well above the 1849 mark, but has had an intra-day high of just 1866 and change.

We’ll have to wait and see if it hits the 1873 level or not. If it does, it will be a big confirmation of a potential sell-off tomorrow, especially if that’s the closing price or an intra-day high.

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So Why Is a 150-Degree Angle Important?

Earlier today, about five hours before the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange, we got the planet Uranus lining up with the Transneptunian factor Poseidon to form a waxing quincunx.

A quincunx is a 150-degree angular alignment between two planets.

It’s not one of the classic Ptolemaic aspects from traditional astrology, so there are a lot of astrologers who ignore it completely.

They prefer to focus on the squares and trines and oppositions that appear in their horoscopes.

But in my work as an astro-trader in analyzing the potential for turning points in the markets, I’ve often found that it’s a good idea to pay attention to a quincunx whenever it appears.

Especially in a case like today, when the quincunx has special significance.

The Uranus/Poseidon combination hints of sudden or surprising shifts in sentiment, or even of a lightning-bolt inspiration that provides a fresh perspective. It can easily be associated with a pivot point in the markets as traders change their minds about the potential direction of future trading activity.

But this Uranus/Poseidon waxing quincunx carries implications that go beyond those symbolic connections.

As the Uranus/Poseidon alignment occurred earlier today, it provided a dynamic reinforcement of the current Jupiter/Uranus/Pluto T-Square pattern that’s currently moving into place.

That pattern will reach its strongest point on April 20-21, and it could signal a big shift in market direction. But between now and then, every planetary alignment to either Jupiter, Uranus, or Pluto carries some extra weight, since it can amplify the developing T-Square pattern and potentially trigger corrective action in the markets.

Will we see a pull-back in the stock market today with the Uranus/Poseidon waxing quincunx?

I don’t know for sure. The S&P has been hitting resistance repeatedly in recent trading sessions, but has been trading up somewhat today.

Even so, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the Uranus/Poseidon waxing quincunx trigger an intra-day reversal, sending stock prices lower before the closing bell.

“You’re Darn, Darn Good at What You Do!”

Market timing.

Cycle analysis.

A trading edge that really works.

That’s what makes the astro-trading advantage so remarkable, and it’s the reason that Michael Yorba keeps inviting me back as a special guest on his Traders Network radio program.

When we got together on the air on Friday we talked about the accuracy of the astro-trading forecasts we’ve shared in previous weeks, and discussed the upcoming prospects for the markets.

Good At Market Timing

“You’re here,” Michael told me, “because you’re darn, darn good at what you do!”

For example, this chart compares what I forecast for the VIX to the way the action actually turned out as the trading week got underway:

An Accurate VIX Forecast
Based on our research into the effects of the Jupiter/Uranus waxing square that’s discussed in the report on The Stock Market Collision Course, we forecast (in the chart on the left) a spike in the VIX just after the trading week got underway. The chart on the right shows how the action in the VIX actually turned out.

You can listen to the entire 10-minute interview here:


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By the way, the new report on The Stock Market Collision Course features many of the planetary dynamics relevant to market timing that we discussed in the interview. You can get a copy now at http://bit.ly/ATsmcc