APRIL 9, 2008
ROSECAST FINANCIAL ASTROLOGY NEWSLETTER
The Bradley Siderograph for 2008
Based on a mathematical formula that assigns numerical values to important aspects between planets, the Bradley indicator (which has been invented by Donald Bradley in 1947) has a great track record of forecasting important stock market tops and bottoms.
Originally designed to reflect stock market direction, history has shown that it is not the direction but the turns indicated in the Bradley formula that can provide the trader with a real edge on stock market timing. Therefore many traders browsing the Rosecast.com website have asked me about the Bradley Indicator for 2008. I am pleased to announce that you will find the entire Bradley Siderograph for 2008 in this free newsletter. In the past I have calculated the Bradley Indicator with a third party software and although the Bradley formula is mathematically fixed, I have found that there were some small errors in that third-party software. These errors can result in changing a turn date by up to two days. In most cases the difference has been only one day. “Not a big deal” you might say. But then a poster in a forum has accused me of not giving proper credit to that third party software company. This is of course not true. In order to avoid any misunderstandings for the future, I have therefore decided to produce my own Bradley software and I can only tell you that I am very pleased with the result. I hope you will like it as much as I do. Here is the original Bradley Siderograph for 2008, now for the first time ever entirely produced by Rosecast.com.
The Rosecast Bradley
The Rosecast Bradley is the Bradley formula adjusted to better account for the effects of planetary geometry. If you do not know what “planetary geometry” exactly means, do not worry, you will learn about it in the next free Rosecast newsletter. The Rosecast Bradley yields different results than the original Bradley that you have found above. For example the Rosecast Bradley, published at www.rosecast.com/bradley2007.htm has given August 16, 2007 as a turn date for 2007. This was the peak day of the first shock of the sub-prime mortgage crisis. The original Bradley formula has not indicated a turn for this important summer low. The Rosecast Bradley formula is now also part of the Bradley producing software by Moving Stars Soft. No other software company that produces a Bradley model has the Rosecast Bradley for display. The Rosecast Bradley for 2008 has been posted in the Rosecast subscriber area (both Classic and Weekly subscriptions).
But I have also asked myself some additional questions. For example what would the Bradley Siderograph look like, if Chiron was included in the original model? Chiron has only been discovered in 1977, 30 years after Bradley has devised his formula. Many modern astrologers treat Chiron as a planet, because they have found Chiron to be an important influence in astrology. Astronomically Chiron is the biggest comet in our Solar system (Chiron shines very bright, despite of its small size) and it has also the characteristics of an asteroid/planet.
These and other questions about the Bradley I have answered in cutting-edge Bradley software that you can now preorder at the low price of 169 USD for the first time ever at
You can also email me, if you have any additional ideas or wishes for this software.
Before you say goodbye to this newsletter, I urge to you to study www.rosecast.com/stockrosecasts.htm to convince yourself of the forecasting edge that planetary geometry can provide you with, or should I rather say the "Rosecast" edge. I wish you a pleasant spring time. We will meet again through my website or via the next free Rosecast newsletter on planetary geometry.
“Moving Stars” has been the name that the ancient Babylonian astrologers have respectfully given to the planets, in order to distinguish them from the “Fixed Stars” in the night skies.