Friday, March 15, 2013

March 16-18: Uranus-Mars Conjunction, Nasdaq Mars 18°

Heliocentric Mars conjuncts Uranus on March 16, quintile Jupiter. This is near gold's 72° harmonic, and silver and the S&P's 36° harmonic.

3/16/2013: Uranus-Mars Conjunction and Gold Harmonics

March 18 is a Nasdaq Geocentric Mars 18° cycle.

3/18/2013: Nasdaq Geocentric Mars 18° Cycle

36 comments:

  1. Hi Platy,
    according to your post,nasdaq,s&p,gold and silver will decline after 18th? Do you have next CIT for gold and silver,with meaningfull low?
    Best regards Witold

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    1. Hi Witold, sorry for the late response.

      This sideways action makes interpretation difficult but I will give you my take on it.

      I think gold is in a wave 4 rally on the decline from the October high. It should get above 1620 before reversing I believe. Silver is harder for me to read right now.

      There are 2 major turn dates approaching for gold: March 28-29 and April 4. It would make a lot of sense if the first one becomes the wave 5 low. Let's see how it plays out.

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  2. consider the USD reversal and slide since yesterday, gold and silver are acting rather weak...

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  3. I have posted updated London Gold projections here.

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    1. Jay, thank you for your charts. Got a question on them. Do they correlate in any way to price or do they just identify potential turning dated and direction. Example, if gold is at a particular price and it then declines in correlation with your charts can we conclude then that gold might reverse back up to its initial price if your charts show a reversal to the level they were at previously? Thanks.

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    2. The analysis is a cyclical view of heliocentric planets. That is, the trend component has been completely stripped. If the underlying trend is strong and the cycle shows weakness, the market can still move up. Conversely, if you have a weak trend and cyclical strength, the market can move up. The method I am using is silent about the underlying trend. You will have to use a method such as long-term moving average or regression to identify the underlying trend.

      That said, you are still likely to see some loose correspondence between turns in the seasonal chart and prices.

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    3. Hi Jay,

      Do you have the dates of the turning points in your chart? Thank you.

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    4. Jay, nice projection for Gold...I'm not sure about price, because we never know how far price could fall, but I like your timing structure...

      Technically, if you look at Silver, it made a high in 2008 around 20.50. If we go down below that level and have a price overlap, then history says we see a rebound, but to a lower high then later a collapse...your scenario would then be definitely very viable...

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    1. Thanks, but I wish to stay anonymous. My interest in modeling financial markets is merely intellectual, i.e. I don't have skin in the game.

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    2. Ok accepted, I know others too that want to stay under the radar. I have just deleted my comment to remove the email address specified.

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  5. Does this mean the S&P and equities are believed to begin a retreat or correction at the time mentioned?

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  6. Thanks, Jay for your your contributions, but I do not understand the chart about the gold. My scenario for it is downside to 1.100-1200 in the intermediate term and after an enourmous rally to 8000? The same as 60´s to 1980. From 25*8>190-42%>110*8> 873. From 2000 to 2011, 250*8> 1922-42%+->1100-1200, and*8>-----

    Apanalis

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    1. Apanalis, this is Karen...back in the 80's we had 14% inflation...we are not in the same scenario here....

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    2. First mortgage was 14%--- it was the house I bought for my first wife.

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    3. I Know, Karen, but the chart structure, for now, is the same, isn´t it?

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  7. 15 is a complete 5w from previous correction & looks like an orthodox top for a correction, we could have a later top in the second half of 2013

    m 8 z

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  8. Hey Platy, do you think the Sun/Venus/Jupiter conjunction on the 28/29 is a bottom or a top for the stock market? Thanks for this blog!

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    1. I think there is a good chance it will be a top for equities and a bottom for gold/silver.

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  9. What about the April 3rd/4th turn date then?

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    1. I just posted my outlook through March 28/29:

      http://planetforecaster.blogspot.com/2013/03/gold-is-topping.html

      Let's see whether it plays out this way before I say anything about April 4.

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  10. I have updated my Dow chart through 22nd March here. The projected top when considering Uranus is 4th May and is 8th April when not considering Uranus. I think the top is more likely to occur closer to the latter date based on other considerations.

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    1. Thanks Jay! In the chart without Uranus, there are 3 peaks. Do you have dates for the 2 little peaks on either side of the major one?

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    2. Platy, I am not sure I follow you. That curve has 3 ascending peaks on 2010-11-08, 2013-04-08, and 2014-10-19.

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    3. The curve with Uranus peaks on 2013-05-04 and has its first steep drop to 2013-09-13.

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    4. It was more pronounced in your old chart. These tops tend to roll over as 3 peaks so maybe I'm imagining it on your chart but it looks like we're at the first little peak about now.

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    5. What I find most fascinating about this is that if you were to use Uranus alone, the date would be May 21, 2013. Using the other planets excluding Uranus, your date is April 8, 2013. So it is as if Uranus and the other planets are confirming each other to within a few weeks.

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    6. 04/10/2013 (4+1+2+1+3 = 11)
      or 04/11/2013 - the 11th

      rotrot

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    7. December 31, 2016 - 4000

      http://tinyurl.com/d3ojwp3

      rotrot

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  11. As of the market close yesterday, my NYSI, NASI, & BPCOMPQ charts were all on a sell...it is just a matter of time until price follows...still looking for a low on or about May 8, 2013...

    http://tinyurl.com/blvf85s

    rotrot

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  12. April 8, 22, 25, & 29...

    http://0101.nccdn.net/1_5/3ab/334/048/April-Transit-Watch.pdf

    rotrot

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