August 19, 2017

What Every Investor Wants To Know
by Jon Stevens

Intro to Financial 
Astrology

The information every investor seeks is summed up in the following question: "If my stock is going up, when will it reach a peak?" Or conversely, "If the price is going down, when will it reach a bottom?" Knowing the peaks and valleys of any stock, security or equity is the most crucial factor leading to high-yield trading.

A stock chart's peaks and valleys are called "turning points," the moments in time when price trend changes direction. They represent the most desirable times for buying and selling a stock. The axiom, "Buy low; sell high," scarcely bears repeating, but putting this age-old wisdom into practice can be more tricky than it seems.

The fact is, most investors and financial analysts have trouble identifying in advance when the peaks and valleys will occur. The uncertainty of future price movement leads to the nail biting familiar to every investor. "If I wait long enough, the price is bound to go up," is the mantra of investors waiting for a stock to rebound. On the other side of the issue, winning stock speculators are confronted with another question: "Should I sell now or wait for the price to go higher?" Clearly, a system is needed which gives the investor greater peace of mind.

Astrology is perhaps the only discipline capable of predicting a stock's price movement accurately. Traditionally, financial analysts have used information such as earnings reports, P/E ratios, or significant company developments to predict when turning points might occur. These criteria are called fundamentals. Technical analysts, similarly, use price data, mathematical models, and criteria such as support and resistance levels to determine changes in price trend.

The troubling fact concerning these traditional methods is that, for all their sophistication and the amount of energy expended to employ them, they rarely produce a success rate of greater than 60%. This is only 10% greater than the law of averages would normally dictate. Logical, linear methods seem to be inadequate when dealing with subject matter as illogical as the financial markets. Too often, the market defies expert opinions, leaving analysts scratching their heads in the aftermath.

The field of financial astrology has proven the correlation of astrological influences to movement in the stock and commodity markets. Some financial astrologers have gone so far as to say that literally all movement in the market occurs as a result of astrological influences. It is a little known and less publicized fact that a number of top brokers and analysts on Wall Street regularly employ the services of financial astrologers to enhance their forecasting ability.

So how does astrology identify the peaks and valleys for any given stock? The answer lies in the historical data for that particular stock. A financial astrologer may go back 10, even 20 years or more, into the price history of a stock to determine what astrological influences have caused the stock's price to go up or down in the past . No two stocks are alike; every stock has a different set of influences which determine its ups or downs. Once the influences are identified, they may be applied to the future movement of the stock. It is possible for a financial astrologer to create a projected price chart for the stock going out months, even years, from the current date.

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Lesson #1:
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Using a model of the solar system and 2-D motion graphics, Astrologer Jon Stevens explains the rationale behind astrology and how the astrological chart system came into use. View >>

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Using 2-D motion graphics, astrologer Jon Stevens offers an easy-to-understand primer on houses, i.e., what they are and how they add meaning to the astrological chart. View >>