The Key to Speculation on the New York Stock Exchange


  • Pages: 300
  • Format: PDF
  • Published Date: 1979


Jack Gillen is an astrologer and a genius, and considered by many to be a modern-day Nostradamus. In The Key to Speculation on the New York Stock Exchange, he identifies the planetary cycles that drive the market. The result is on-target predictions in stock market trends.


In 1962 at the age of 22 Jack Gillen started his research in the area of speculation, which included research on personal Business, Stockmarket, Bond & Certificates, Real Estate, Casino games, Dog Racing, Commodities, Insurance, Foreign Securities, Sports, Number Games and Horseracing.

His research eventually resulted in purchasing a greyhound in order to keep data from hour-by-hour to day-by-day. In the month of December of 1968 at Miami, Florida, Jack was invited to a Las Vegas Night sponsored by the Kiwanis Club to help raise money. That night Jack closed down the roulette wheel winning gifts to cover his full Christmas list.

In 1970 the research came to an end, and the results were compiled into a manuscript entitled T h e Key to Speculation”  and was made available for $50 a copy to a select few.

Bringing attention to this manuscript, but Jack Gillen refused all offers, as he felt that many would not be able to understand or accept astrology as a way to Speculation. So all data, predictions, etc. of the “Key to Speculation” was stored in boxes.

In 1974 he signed a contract for his first hardcover book entitled Jack Gillen Predicts Vol. 1. The book was released in 1975, in which he made some predictions from his early research on stocks and commodities, and we all know what happened to coffee, orange juice and gold prices. Readers of Jack Gihn Predicls knew of this before it happened.

Because of his track record, a group of business people agreed to offer Jack Gillen a million dollar plus contract and work as individual companys with the “Key to Speculation” in the areas of stocks, commodities, dog & horseracing and sports, etc.

Jack Gillen has agreed to release all data from the “Key to Speculation”, with the first to be the “Key to Speculation for the New York Stock Exchange”.


  • The Planets – Sun
  • The Planetary Aspect
  • The Planetary Signs
  • Panics and Crashes
  • Accidents and their effect on the Dow-Jones Industrial Averages
  • Death and Illness of World Leaders
  • Sensitive Degrees of the Sun and Moon
  • Year-End Rally
  • Dow-Jones Predictions
  • Analyzing the Corporate Chart
  • Birthdates of Stocks on the NYSE
  • New and Full Moons
  • Planetary Tables