Tuesday, February 25, 2014

March Equities Turn Dates

Equities made a major low on February 5, a DOW Neptune 18° cycle, and a double bottom with the February 3 Fibonacci day 34 of the year 2014.

February 22 (Saturday) was a DOW Uranus 18° cycle followed closely by Fibonacci day 55 on the 24th, which has the potential but it has not yet shown definitively to be a major high .

March turn dates are shown below.

March 1: New Moon
March 1: DOW Mars turns retrograde 72°
March 2: S&P Saturn turns retrograde 36°

March 5: Geocentric Venus square Moon's Nodes
March 6: DOW Jupiter turns direct 36° square Uranus opposite Pluto

March 13: S&P Ceres 72°
March 16: Full Moon

March 20: Spring Equinox
March 22: Geocentric Ceres enters Libra
March 25: Uranus-Mars opposition square Pluto

March 28: NYSE geocentric Mars 36°
March 30: New Moon
March 30: Fibonacci day 89
March 31: DOW geocentric Ceres 72° conjunct North Node

9 comments:

  1. hope the turn dates will be correction

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    1. Nasdaq has lost rising wedge support.

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  2. Saturn turning retrograde Sunday causing resistance at 1853.

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  3. 1 Using the 12/31 top the next sof9 CIT is 3/10. The last sof9 CIT was on 23TD's, which was the low.
    2 197TD cycles = 3/5.
    3 34TD cycles x 3 from 10/9/13 = 3/7
    4 Time/Price from 12/31 - 2/5, time = 3/6
    5 10/9/13L = 3/2NED and 3/8 = EC
    6 6/24/13L = 3/7NED
    7 5/22/13H = 3/6SWD

    And the S&P's natal chart had the Moon ingressing into Aries. That's happening on 3/2. Additionally, the moon was contraparallel Mars. That again happens on 3/3.

    And the new moon is on 3/1 (which by itself gives tops). On that date the sun will be 30 Uranus and Mars goes retrograde. The moon passes over these longitudinal positions on 3/1, 3/4 and 3/9.

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  4. Whoa! That has to be the most compelling reason for a top.

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  5. Assuming the high is in the time/price support level for the 2/5L - 3/7H is 1782 (June ES contract). Time is 4/23

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  6. Maybe things have been held up waiting for the S&P Ceres 72*

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