In the never ending quest to predict C the never ending quest to the futures markets (or the future for that matter) I have found that price/time series analysis; or the study of rhythmic behavior (both in nature and financial markets) is the key to unlimited profit potential in futures trading.
My interest in cycles was born out of my interest in commodity futures. Recurring cycles in commodities as well as in other areas have always fascinated me. I was curious as to why they recured with such predictive regularity. It was my intense curiosity and interest in why things in nature (or for that matter, the entire universe) occur and recur in regular time intervals with such predictability.
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The secret to converting zodiacal longitude into price levels is always based upon the minimum fluctuation of the security, commodity, currency, etc. Many of today’s software programs use techniques that convert the current planetary longitudes into price levels. For example if the planet Saturn is a 23 21 Taurus, the straight longitude conversion is $53.35 because Taurus starts at 30° of the zodiacal circle. W.D. Gann illustrates this technique in the Coffee Letter.
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In this article, you were introduced to an unconventional concept of stock price motion. Before applying the resulting price-motion model you must develop confidence in it-and that is part of the purpose of this article. If the “X motivation” concept is valid, it must be able to explain the existence and reoccurrence of common chart patterns-and why they impart information to the investor. Thus, reconciliation of the model with the precepts of charting is strong evidence of the validity of the model-which adds to confidence in usage.
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Live Cattle futures are one of the most difficult markets to trade. Bruce Babcock, who has done extensive testing of mechanical trading systems, has noted how few of them respond successfully to cattle data. What is the secret of this ancient market that has been an interest of traders since time immemorial? This article will attempt to suggest trading techniques combining heliocentric astrology, sidereal or Indian astrology, cyclical timing, and traditional technical analysis to improve your live cattle trading score.
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Alan Leo, born William Frederick Allan, (Westminster, 7 August 1860 – Bude, 30 August 1917), was a prominent British astrologer, author, publisher, astrological data collector and theosophist. He is often referred to as “the father of modern astrology”.
His work stimulated a revival of astrology in the Western world after its decline at the end of the 17th century. Leo was a devout theosophist and he worked many of its religious concepts such as karma and reincarnation into his astrology. He used the Theosophical Society’s vast international connections to publish, translate and disseminate his work across Europe and America. Continue reading Alan Leo
Harriet Emilie Cady (July 12, 1848 – January 3, 1941) was an American homeopathic physician and author of New Thought spiritual writings. Her 1896 book Lessons in Truth, A Course of Twelve Lessons in Practical Christianity is now considered one of the core texts on Unity Church teachings. It is the most widely read book in that movement. It has sold over 1.6 million copies since its first publication, and has been translated into eleven languages and braille. Continue reading H. Emilie Cady
Robert Cross Smith (1795-1832) was an English astrologer, writing under the pseudonym of “Raphael“.
Smith was born in Bristol on March 19, 1795. He married in 1820 and moved to London, where he became interested in astrology. Together with G. W. Graham, he published a book on geomancy in 1822. Continue reading Raphael
Many cultures have attached importance to astronomical events, and the Indians, Chinese, and Maya developed elaborate systems for predicting terrestrial events from celestial observations. In the West, astrology most often consists of a system of horoscopes purporting to explain aspects of a person’s personality and predict future events in their life based on the positions of the sun, moon, and other celestial objects at the time of their birth. The majority of professional astrologers rely on such systems
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Astrology is the study of the movements and relative positions of celestial objects as a means for divining information about human affairs and terrestrial events. Astrology has been dated to at least the 2nd millennium BCE, and has its roots in calendrical systems used to predict seasonal shifts and to interpret celestial cycles as signs of divine communications. Many cultures have attached importance to astronomical events, and some – such as the Indians, Chinese, and Maya – developed elaborate systems for predicting terrestrial events from celestial observations. Western astrology, one of the oldest astrological systems still in use, can trace its roots to 19th–17th century BCE Mesopotamia, from which it spread to Ancient Greece, Rome, the Arab world and eventually Central and Western Europe. Contemporary Western astrology is often associated with systems of horoscopes that purport to explain aspects of a person’s personality and predict significant events in their lives based on the positions of celestial objects; the majority of professional astrologers rely on such systems. Continue reading What is Astrology
Numerology is any belief in the divine or mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events. It is also the study of the numerical value of the letters in words, names and ideas. It is often associated with the paranormal, alongside astrology and similar divinatory arts.
Despite the long history of numerological ideas, the word “numerology” is not recorded in English before c.1907. Continue reading Numerology