|7/8/1932: Venus, Ceres, Earth Opposing Pluto Square Uranus|
It rose strongly for 34 years until January 7, 1966 when Uranus conjuncted Pluto opposing Saturn, and leveled off for more than a decade.
|1/7/1966: Uranus-Pluto Conjunction Opposing Saturn|
Then 21 years later was the 1987 crash, one of Cowan's Beast cycles. Neptune, Uranus and Saturn are in loose conjunction.
|10/17/1987: Beast Cycle|
The SPX topped 13 years later on March 24, 2000, with a near triple conjunction of Jupiter, Saturn and Mars squaring Uranus, and double topped later that year in August.
|3/24/2000: Uranus square Jupiter/Saturn/Mars|
Geocentric Saturn opposed Uranus 8 years later when the Nasdaq made its major low on November 21, 2008. The S&P and DOW bottomed in March, 2009.
|11/21/2008: Geocentric Uranus-Saturn Opposition|
Another 5 years brings us to the present time frame of late 2013 to early 2014, with Pluto opposing Jupiter squaring Uranus, discussed in detail here. A major market top is expected within this time frame.
Curiously, on January 7, 2014, Jupiter will be in near triple conjunction with Earth and Venus, opposing Pluto and square Uranus, an almost perfect mirror of the July 8, 1932 configuration shown above, with Jupiter substituting for Ceres. Breaking a mirror is 7 years bad luck!
|1/7/2014: Venus-Jupiter-Earth Triple Conjunction Opposing Pluto Square Uranus|
|12/21/2020: Geocentric Jupiter-Saturn Conjunction|
|12/21/2020: Heliocentric Uranus Square Jupiter/Saturn|