The Spiral Calendar and Its Effect on Financial Markets and Human Events

$21.53

  • Format: PDF
  • Pages: 159
  • Published Date: 1992

Description

The Spiral Calendar and Its Effect on Financial Markets and Human Events is a Brilliant research into market timing using the lunar calendar and Fibonacci ratios. Highly acclaimed and sought after book which reveals one of the most exciting market forecasting discoveries of our time.

Introduction:

The Spiral Calendar and the Wave Principle are complementary tools in the field of market forecasting. On the one hand, the Wave Principle is unique in revealing valuable knowledge that can often be used to forecast extent (future price level, in market terms) with striking precision well in advance. On the other hand, the Spiral Calendar reveals valuable knowledge that can often be used to forecast timing with striking precision well in advance. Both bodies of knowledge possess a powerful utility at the time of a trend change. Both also pertain to degree, i.e., the size of expected trend changes, which is a critical aspect of the information, sometimes to the point of being of life-and-death importance to individuals and institutions, and upon occasion even to cultures.

In college, it’s commonly understood that if you want to major in the easiest subject, you choose sociology. The reason is that modern sociology is not very scientific. In fact, it’s so heavily laden with opinion and guesswork that only the truly lazy can’t pass the subject with a creditable term paper. Currently published material on popular cultural trends is similarly vacuous and worthless, as such trends can be understood in their full significance only with an understanding of the Wave Principle, and now, perhaps, of the Spiral Calendar as well. I am quite certain that the 20th century will ultimately be known, as the 17th century is today with respect to the physical sciences, as the century that brought cohesion and grand vision to the field of sociology.

The two concepts together, plus whatever undoubtedly substantial knowledge remains missing, may ultimately, if civilization does not regress too far at any time over the next several centuries, produce a fascinating science of social man’s intimate relationship with his universe. At minimum, as this book reveals, there appears to be evidence that human beings in social settings sometimes find the music of the spheres irresistible, and they are compelled, upon recognizing that everyone else is ready to do the same thing, to leap up out of their chairs and dance.

Contents:

  • A DETECTIVE STORY
  • LUNA
  • FIBONACCI
  • SPIRAL CALENDAR REVEALED
  • THE CAUSE OF PANICS AND CRASHES
  • FORECASTING METHODS
  • NIKKEI: A FORECASTING TUTORIAL
  • SPIRAL CALENDAR PAST
  • BEYOND MARKETS
  • FUTURE FORECASTS
  • Is THE FUTURE PAST?