Friday, May 31, 2013

SPX Pattern Inversion - Part II

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  1. As in the update. sucks that the comments are gone but we will prevail nonetheless!

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    1. I agree, lots of great comments lost. Sorry!!

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  2. The first 31 comments are in Google cache but I don't know for how long they will stay there:
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    Jay, could you please enter your 2 interesting posts about Gann applied on last DJIA and SP500 tops again? Thanks.

    John

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    1. Here is some Gann mumbo jumbo of the relationship of heliocentric planet positions to price. The DJIA, NASDAQ, and S&P 500 cash indices all peaked on 2013-05-22. Using the midpoint of the trading day (17:45 GMT), we have the following heliocentric longitudes for Mars and Jupiter courtesy of the data from JPL Horizon.

      Mars = 48.0044
      Jupiter = 85.9473
      Saturn = 218.7863
      Mars/Jupiter Midpoint = 66.97585
      Jupiter/Saturn Midpoint = 152.3668

      S&P 500 = 1687.18
      Convert price to degrees: MOD(1687.18, 360) = 247.18
      Angle between Ma/Ju midpoint and price = 247.18 - 66.97585 = 180.20415 or approximately 180 which is a hard aspect that Gann considered significant.

      DJIA = 15542.40
      DJIA degrees = 62.4
      Angle between Ju/Sa midpoint and price = 152.3668 - 62.40 = 89.9668 or approximately 90 which is again a hard aspect

      This relationship was posted by someone else!
      NASDAQ = 3532.04
      NASDAQ degrees = 22.04
      Angle between Ma/Ju midpoint and price = 66.97585 - 22.04 = 44.93585 or approximately 45 which is again a hard aspect

      So, we had the S&P 500, DJIA, and the NASDAQ all peaking on the same day concurrently with respective prices in a hard aspect to heliocentric Ma/Ju midpoint or heliocentric Ju/Sa midpoint.

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    2. Thanks Jay! I think it was Nate who posted the NASDAQ info.

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    3. Also, cash NASDAQ 100 (NDX) peaked on 5/22 at 3053.51. NDX Degrees = 173.51 and angle between Saturn and NDX = 218.7863 - 173.51 = 45.2763 or approximately 45 which is a hard aspect.

      Similarly, Russell 2000 index (RUT) peaked at 1008.23 which is 45 degrees from heliocentric Neptune.

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