Money Horoscope Financal Horoscopes

There is a remarkable coherence between astrology and financial markets. Ever wondered why so many people consider Fridays to be good in the US markets and Mondays not so good? Or suddenly markets turn around contrary to fundamentals on a particular date? Hence, the saying, to be a millionaire, you need hard work but to be a billionaire, you need astrology. First of all it is important to know that financial astrology is a predictive science and some of the elements are inter-linked whilst others are not. For instance, the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction holds a lot of significance; however, it may be positive for DJIA but negative for FTSE.

In these weekly money horoscope forecasts that we intend to cover, we will be giving the predictions for DJIA, FTSE and Nifty as far as indices are concerned, thereby covering US, Europe and Asia. On the forex side, we will be covering some major Group1, Group2 and Cross currencies. For commodities, we will be covering Gold and Silver but that would be on a more long term basis than short term.

Money Horoscope

Money Horoscope for 2011 year
For financial markets, the major determinant factors are Jupiter and Saturn; Venus, Moon, Mars and Mercury are the secondary aspects. We strive to give the trading ranges for the above mentioned securities on the basis of our knowledge of astrology. This by no means implies that the predictions will always be correct and individuals are responsible for taking positions in securities. We are not responsible for either profits or losses arising from our suggestions. You should always consult your personal finance manager for positions or rely on your individual judgment for the same.

For starters, we will take the DJIA and the Solar Calendar which is the correct one for US Markets. There are 3 long term cycles it follows; 120 year, 60 year, 10 year cycles. For simplicity, we take the 10 year cycles and then see the main trends for the DJIA; the best thing about DJIA is that the 10 year cycles, exactly coincide with the decades i.e. 1901-1910, 1911-1020 so on and so forth. One can refer to various other references like Gann, Elliot Waves and all will agree that on a longer term basis, the 1 decade cycle for DJIA has been pretty consistent. The trends are as follows

1. First year of the decade - highly Bullish, especially around May
2. The second year starts on a moderate note and ends as a bearish year
3. The third year starts on a bearish note but starts seeing some moves up
4. The fourth year tends to be bullish overall
5. The fifth year can see all the highs of what were seen in the beginning of second year
6. The sixth year is super bullish to begin with and then can go awry after June
7. The seventh year starts on a high note but then towards the end of the year gets subdued
8. The eighth year is bearish and marks a prolonged consolidation phase
9. The ninth year is similar to the third year
10. The tenth year starts off on a subdued note but tends to be super-bullish towards the end