Wednesday, January 30, 2013

S&P: January 31 Mars 72° Cycle

Jupiter turning direct on January 30 gave a high for the S&P but it will probably not last long because January 31 is a Mars 72° cycle.

1/31/2013: S&P Mars 72° Cycle

17 comments:

  1. Hi Platy,
    I remember you saying that sometime when major turn dates are close together, they often result in just one turn window, what are the changes of this being a turn till the next turn window? (i am not sure if its feb 4? 9? 15?)

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    1. Could be but in this case I don't think so.

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    2. Thanks, Which would you give more weight? Jupiter turning on 30th or Mars 72 on 31st?

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  2. I agree, so many turn dates together it gets confusing, one of them is bound to be correct.

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  3. platy,
    you mentioned about silver going higher(Metals) on Jupiter turn date
    what do you expect metals to do with mars at critical juncture and you also mentioned about metals on Feb4th::: do you expect metals to go higher that day???
    thanks,
    vick

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    1. Hi Vick, I think it's possible that the metals have put in an important top today. What is the Mars juncture you are referring to?

      Feb 4th should be very important to metals.

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  4. platy,
    mars juncture i mentioned about today's post that you just did which you answered that top for metals might be in today

    how about 4th Feb for metals do you expect to be high or it will be going down and forming bottom there on 4th????

    thanks,
    vick

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    1. Ok I see. Today's post is about the S&P and has nothing to do with metals. It's very important that everybody understands how this works. Every instrument has its own harmonics - the yellow star that I drew. Today's star is the S&P.

      As for what will happen Feb 4 with metals I can't say for sure yet, we have to see how it plays out. But there was a gap fill today for SLV and GLD, and the metals are currently overbought.

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  5. And what does this mean? S&P will sell or make new highs?

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  6. Platy, just can't tell you how much I'm learning from these posts. Thanks for your generosity!

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  7. Hi Platy,

    Could you please kindly explain more about yellow star (pentagram). Do you plot different pentagram for S&P, Nasdaq and Metals ??

    Thanks for your help!!

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    1. Yes, please review my other posts and you will see a different star for S&P, Nasdaq, silver, gold, and other things.

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  8. Hi Platy, thansk for this informative blog.

    Do you know what the correct natal date is for the s&p?

    Rick

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    1. Hi Rick, please see this post:
      http://planetforecaster.blogspot.com/2011/11/s-500-natal-chart.html

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