Saturday, February 16, 2013

DOW

Finally I got around to analyzing the DOW. I used Bill Meridian's most recent date for the natal, May 6, 1991, 9:30AM, NYC. Jupiter is at 16°Leo21'55".

5/6/1991: DOW Natal
The chart below shows how the DOW reacts to these harmonics.

DOW Futures
So now we have harmonics for the DOW, Nasdaq, S&P and Russell. This gives us a more complete picture of how the markets behave, helping to fill in some blanks for turns that were previously hard to explain, and providing more information for future events.

February 18, in addition to Saturn turning Retrograde, is a DOW Mars 72° cycle.

2/18/2013: DOW Mars 72° Cycle

30 comments:

  1. Thank you Platy.

    Very interesting and it appears the Dow responds well to the harmonics.

    BP

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  2. As always, an impressive amount of work, and insight.

    It does seem quite curious that there are so many indexes with harmonics occuring on the same date.

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  3. Thanks platy, very nice of you. I consider The DOW JONES the Master of the World Indices. Apanalis.

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  4. Hi Platy,
    Thanks a lot for your work. lets see if this results in a decent correction....

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  5. So many turns but market still going up. There must be a major cycle that no one wants to admit or are ignoring ! Thats where the money is. Everyone losing money looking for turns. Some started selling at 1460 and still holding !

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    1. yes, very true, i am holding shorts from 1500 level and closed all the longs around 1490... hmn not looking good atleast now...

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    2. The Jupiter cycle has already turned and the Saturn cycle is up for the next few years. The same Uranus cycle that led to the 1929 top will be the last shoe to drop in April/May. I still have to complete my revised Dow analysis and I plan to share charts of the individual planetary cycles.

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    3. DJIA Jupiter-Saturn-Uranus Cycle?

      Apanalis

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    4. Thanks Jay...

      I just picked up Cowan's Software so hopefully I can understand more of these in great detail...

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  6. Cowans 13 year cycle arrives Early May 2013, with a few other key cycles arriving 20th (ish) May 2013.

    Great work Platy.

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  7. Seems like all those coincident harmonics were for the markets to RALLY, despite all those continually looking for a "top". The charts all trend UP, regardless of brief periods of consolidation, that do indeed tend to coincide with the harmomics.

    The solar cycles suggest US markets will rally into Q3

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  8. I have posted the updated composite cycle for the Dow Jones Industrial Average calculated using the Link Relative Method for Seasonal Variations. You can find the chart here. There are also charts for the seasonal cycle for all the heliocentric planets.

    The chart looks different from the chart I last posted here. Here are the major reasons for the differences:

    First, the new composite cycle averages the seasonal indices of all the heliocentric planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Ceres, Jupiter, Saturn, Chiron, and Uranus).

    Second, I am now using linear interpolation to calculate prices at integral degrees. There was a fundamental flaw in how I did this calculation previously.

    The projections are strongly influenced by the last Uranus cycle when the Dow fell off the cliff in 1929. Whether the cycle will pan out the same way remains to be seen. Since we are only in the second Uranus cycle since the DJIA was first calculated, we should be cautious about the projections.

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    1. Thanks a lot Jay! Do you have a date for the 2nd peak in 2013?

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    2. There is only one peak on the revised chart and it is on 5th May 2013 which is a weekend. Unfortunately, the long term analysis doesn't help forecast short-term and intermediate-term peaks and troughs. The turn in the Uranus cycle is so large, it is swamping out all the other planetary cycles.

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    3. My bad, I read the chart wrong. Thanks for clarifying!

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  9. Hi Jay. First of all, many many many thanks and bows for your work, helped a lot in my timing. Now, about this new version, have yo tried to separate the inner planets (between sun and earth) and make another graph with the outer ones? From my limited knowledge about astro aspects and trading (i started to learn after i saw your work) i learned that inner planets tend to influence the short term trends while the outer ones the long term. I'm saying this because this version doesn't seem to represent very well the pullback from april-june last year which was captured very well by the previous versions (jupiter-saturn-uranus)

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    1. I have to say i wrote my comment without thinking, the inner planets are Mercur, Venus, Earth and Mars and the outer planets starts from Jupiter.
      Here is what i meant about the old and new versions: old one and new

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    2. I originally had only the outer planets to be consistent with the old version. However, to my surprise, when I included all the planets, it didn't make a difference to the shape of the curve or to the peak and trough dates. I expect that the curve will look different if you included only the inner planets. I have not tried that but it should be easy enough to do. I will post separate charts for the outer planets and the inner planets when I have some time.

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    3. Keep in mind that the points on the projected curve are going to match very closely the turns on the price chart for historical points. My chart was updated with data as of Friday last week. So, while I show some of the historical curve back to Jan 2012, the interesting portion of the curve is the part beginning 2013-03-02.

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    4. The charts for minor and major planets are now posted here.

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    5. The DJIA heliocentric charts for the minor planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, and Ceres) and the major planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Chiron, and Uranus) have now been posted here.

      You can see the chart for the major planets is similar to the one for all planets but the chart for the minor planets looks quite different. I don't have any experience with the minor planets chart and have not reviewed how well it tracks turns.

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    6. Here is the minor planets chart with DJIA overlayed. While still retains some influence over Dow (see the black lines, a low or high have a coresponding low or high on composite chart) the major planets is the king as it also gives the direction of the move, while this one sometimes does, sometimes not. It may be useful on a shorter time frame (daily or hourly) to see if the minor trends follow the nearest planets but why when you have such a great tool in your hand? Jay, don't know how you do it, don't know where you get the ideea to make such a chart but i'm grateful and glad i found your work. Like a user on Cobra forum said, it's creepy to see the degree it's working.

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    7. I am not surprised that many points in the price chart align with points on my chart. After all, those are "in sample" observations and you would expect them to align otherwise what value does the analysis provide. The proof of the pudding is whether future turns in the price chart align with the forecast curve. When I update my chart next, I will keep the old version with a date stamp so that you have a reference to compare what was forecast with what prices materalized.

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  10. Jay...NYSI, NASI, BPCOMPQ are negative...the indicators on my weekly charts appear to be primed for a change in trend...have been looking for a change of trend during the current time frame (March 7?) and again the first week of May...is it possible that the peak depicted on your 'new' chart might turn out to be a low?

    rotrot

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  11. Hi rotrot,

    Nice to see you here:). Please post your views in platy's blog as well:). We have Platy as well as Jay here posting their great insights. I was following you as well and I miss your insights:). It would be great if you continue to do so:).
    -Pal

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  12. Thanks Jay for your new chart. Do you have a composite chart for nifty as well? If yes, that would be greatly appreciated.
    -Pal

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  13. when will market change its direction?
    what are the dates by prediction

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