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Founded on the Belief that
Astronomical Data is the Biggest Market Anomaly not accounted for in Financial Academics

Known for Precise Predictions of
Turning Dates in various
Financial Futures & Commodities

Founded on the Belief that
Astronomical Data is the Biggest Market Anomaly not accounted for in Financial Academics

Known for Precise Predictions of
Turning Dates in various Financial
Futures & Commodities

A Scientific Approach to Financial Astrology
based on the four elements
Earth, Water, Air and Fire

The "Financial Astrology Manifest"
explains market anomalies and secrets of
Astronomical Market Timing

STATIONS & CROSSINGS

PLANETARY STATIONS AND CROSSINGS - A SECRET KEY TO PROFITABLE MARKET TIMING REVEALED

 

Rosecast Market Timing is a daily updated subscription service featuring detailed forecasts for the high and lows of Dow Jones Index and S&P 500 (E-Mini) for every trading day along with crucial intraday times.
 
As a new feature, the service also publishes monthly forecast charts outlining the most important swing days on a daily chart during every upcoming month for S&P 500, Euro (against US Dollar and Yen) and US Bonds.
 
MARKET TIMING ANALYSIS EXPLAINED
 
The analysis of the service is based on financial astrology.
Financial astrology analysis as conducted and instructed (via the Rosecast Mentoring Program, non-disclosure signature mandatory) by Rosecast consists of seven modules.

1) Transit to Transit Analysis (the skies above - the transiting planets - influencing all of us)
2) Transit to Natal Analysis (the skies above compared to a financial horoscope such as the birth of a stock index)
3) Analysis of Progressions (the inner clock of a financial horoscope)

4) Different Bradley Models (to identify alignments in the geometry of the transiting planets)
5) Analysis of the Astrological Methods of WD Gann as alluded to in his novel "Tunnel Through The Air"
6) Analysis of Astronomical Data (such as planetary stations and planets in declination, lunar phenomena)
7) Analysis of Daily Price Highs and Lows (as caused by the changing alignments of the transiting planets).
 
 
 
STEPS TO PROFITABLE FORECASTING
 
I have recently started to write down all my research allies I have conducted in the above areas over the years. This has prompted me to introduce several sub-modules or methods to the 7 main-methods above. Before a monthly forecast for Rosecast is published, each of the modules is independently analyzed at first and later integrated into a whole with the aim of identifying a high probability situation. By doing so, I am confident to increase the Rosecast edge to profitable forecasting.
  
When doing your own analysis I can recommend you to do the same. It is insightful to get a glimpse on your own decision making process that way. You could do a list of your favorite indicators and then add one or two natural (as provided by nature) indicators that appeal to you to the list.
 

PLANETARY STATIONS IN LONGITUDE AND DECLINATION AND EQUATOR CROSSINGS!

In the last free Rosecast newsletter I have discussed the Bradley models as indicators of hidden planetary alignments, in this free newsletter I will talk about planetary stations in longitude and declination as well as crossings of planets over the Equator.
 
Below I have created a list of planetary stations, planets in maximum and minimum declination and planets crossing south or north of the Equator. A complete list for the reminder of the year 2005 is found in the Rosecast subscriber area as a convenience to subscribers. Generally the presented astronomical data is freely available, but sometimes not easy to find in its completeness.
 
A planetary station in geocentric longitude occurs when due to the equal movement of the Earth a planet appears to be standing still as seen from the Earth. In heliocentric longitude (sun as reference point) there are no planetary stations by definition. Time Zone for stations listed here is ET (Eastern Time/+5). Stations of major asteroids are included. R indicates a stationary planet going RETROGRADE, D indicates a stationary planet going DIRECT.
 
For all other phenomena listed here the time is UT (Universal time/+0).
M indicates a planet reaching its maximum declination (distance from the Equator),
m indicates a planets reaching its minimum declination,
N indicates a planet crossing North of the Equator,
S indicates a planet crossing South of the Equator. 
 
To see how important the planetary declinational stations (M and m) and crossings (N and S) are, the Sun is used for demonstration.
 
If you are unfamiliar with astrology please note that longitude (the astrological signs, the Zodiac) describes the horizontal movement of a planet as observed from the Earth, while declination describes the vertical movement of that planet.

Every year the Sun enters North declination (North of the Equator, N) around March 21, this event marks the beginning of Spring and the new astrological year begins with the sign Aries. The Sun then reaches it maximum North declination (M) on June 21, another natural turning point for the financial markets. On this day the Sun enters the sign Cancer in Longitude. It is now Summer.
To start the season of Autumn, the Sun enters South declination (South of the Equator, S) around September 23, this event marks the beginning of Autumn. In longitude the second half of the astrological year is now beginning with the sign Libra. Finally minimum declination (or maximum South declination, m) is reached on December 20, beginning of Winter.
As the declinational cycle of the Sun repeats every year, the Sun is not listed in the table below. 

 

ROSECAST COMPILED TABLE OF PLANETARY PHENOMENA

Mer (9) M Jan 3 2004 2:50
Jup (6) R Jan 3 2004 18:58 18°Vi54' R
Mer (9) D Jan 6 2004 8:45 26°Sg17' D
Mer (9) m Jan 26 2004 22:10
Plu m Jan 27 2004 5:46
Ven N Feb 9 2004 14:46
Cer (4) D Feb 25 2004 13:39 11°Cn37' D
Sat (4) D Mar 7 2004 11:52 06°Cn17' D
Mer  N Mar 13 2004 3:14
Plu (9) R Mar 24 2004 10:09 22°Sg15' R
Sat M Apr 2 2004 8:14
Mer (2) R Apr 6 2004 15:28 01°Ta55' R
Mer M Apr 6 2004 18:06
Mer (1) D Apr 30 2004 8:06 21°Ar07' D
Chi (10) R May 2 2004 0:13 26°Cp08' R
Jup (6) M May 2 2004 15:23
Jup (6) D May 4 2004 22:07 08°Vi55' D
Mer   m May 5 2004 5:48
Ven (3) M May 5 2004 8:40
Mar M May 7 2004 18:06
Nep (11) M May 16 2004
Jun (10) R May 17 2004 1:50 24°Cp45' R
Nep (11) R May 17 2004 7:13 15°Aq24' R
Ven (3) R May 17 2004 17:29 26°Ge08' R
Chi m Jun 4 2004 4
Ura (12) M Jun 8 2004 14:48
Ura (12) R Jun 10 2004 10:48 06°Pi48' R
Plu M Jun 12 2004 11:21
Mer m Jun 22 2004 14:53
Ven (3) D Jun 29 2004 18:16 09°Ge38' D
Ven m Jul 8 2004 0:13
Ves (12) R Jul 27 2004 21:47 28°Pi23' R
Mer (6) R Aug 9 2004 19:33 08°Vi46' R
Mer (6) m Aug 13 2004 1:12
Ven M Aug 18 2004 19:15
Plu (9) D Aug 30 2004 14:38 19°Sg33' D
Jun (10) D Sep 1 2004 10:45 09°Cp10' D
Mer (5) D Sep 2 2004 8:10 25°Le45' D
Mer (5) M Sep 7 2004 17:28
Chi (10) D Sep 26 2004 12:22 20°Cp30' D
Mar S Sep 29 2004 13:27
Mer (5) S Sep 30 2004 14:54
Jup S Oct 6 2004 19:14
Nep (11) D Oct 24 2004 6:57 12°Aq36' D
Nep (11) m Oct 25 2004 8:02
Ves (12) D Oct 28 2004 0:52 13°Pi53' D
Ven S Nov 1 2004 1:21
Sat (4) m Nov 4 2004 9:08
Chi  m Nov 6 2004 17:00
Sat (4) R Nov 8 2004 1:55 27°Cn21' R
Ura (12) m Nov 9 2004 21:49
Ura (12) D Nov 11 2004 14:12 02°Pi52' D
Mer (9) m Nov 22 2004 5:06
Mer (9) R Nov 30 2004 7:18 26°Sg44' R
Mer (9) M Dec 19 2004 15:17
Mer (9) D Dec 20 2004 1:30 10°Sg28' D
Ven  m Jan 13 2005 8:24
Mer m Jan 17 2005 11:46
Plu m Jan 26 2005 8:20
Jup m Jan 29 2005 18:46
Pal (7) R Feb 1 2005 5:28 12°Li36' R
Jup (7) R Feb 1 2005 21:27 18°Li52' R
Mer (1) N Mar 4 2005 17:05  
Mer (1) R Mar 19 2005 19:15 14°Ar05' R
Cer (8) R Mar 21 2005 4:31 25°Sc06' R
Mer (1) M Mar 21 2005 6:51
Sat (4) D Mar 21 2005 21:54 20°Cn24' D
Ven N Mar 25 2005  6:10
Plu (9) R Mar 26 2005 21:29 24°Sg31' R
Sat (4) M Mar 27 2005 4:13
Mer (1) D Apr 12 2005 2:46 01°Ar45' D
Mer (1) S Apr 14 2005 4:23
Mer (1) m Apr 17 2005 12:52
Mer (1) N Apr 21 2005 0:02  
Chi (11) R May 8 2005 20:49 03°Aq17' R
Pal (6) D May 11 2005 20:46 23°Vi23' D
Nep (11) M May 18 2005 12:34
Nep (11) R May 19 2005 18:36 17°Aq36' R
Jup (7) M Jun 2 2005 2:12
Jup (7) D Jun 5 2005 2:21 08°Li56' D
Chi m Jun 5 2005 3:30
Ven  M Jun 6 2005 14:28
Plu M Jun 8 2005 22:39  
Ura (12) M Jun 12 2005 23:07
Mer  M Jun 13 2005 6:05
Ura (12) R Jun 14 2005 17:38 10°Pi46' R
Mar N Jun 20 2005  3:22
Cer (8) D Jun 26 2005 7:28 11°Sc32' D
Mer (5) R Jul 22 2005 22:01 20°Le28' R
Mer (5) m Jul 28 2005 19:49


Due to the declinational movement of the Sun many major financial market turns start around March 23 or September 21. Below I have provided a short summary of recent market activity.

 
March 24 2000: The S&P makes an all time high.

March 22, 2001: A major bottom in the Dow Jones, a top in bonds.September 23, 2001: Important market bottom for stocks and bonds after 911.

March 19, 2002: The beginning of a one year decline in the stock market.

March 12 and 31, 2003: (double bottom around March 21): The current bull market starts.

March 24, 2004: A short term bottom in the stock market.

March 23, 2005: A major bottom in the bond market.

It is therefore interesting to observe what happens in the financial markets as other planets cross the Equator.
 
In the table above you can see that Mercury has entered North declination on March 4, 2005 (one trading day before the yearly S&P 500 high) and has entered North declination again on the US evening of April 20 (the very day of the yearly S&P 500 low ).

Similar or slightly altered astrological phenomena beginning AND terminating a complete market move can often be observed in the study of financial astrology.   
 
I hope you find the above material interesting ( I am confident that you will if you take some to compare) and that you will be able to use it for profitable market entries. If so you are invited to join me in the subscription area or to subscribe to the next Rosecast newsletter.
  
Markus Rose

www.rosecast.com

 

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