When I was talking with Michael Yorba last week during our Friday radio interview, he wanted to know what I saw coming up for the S&P 500.
I told him, as I’ve also explained to our Gold-Plus elite members at FinancialCyclesWeekly.com, that with the Spring Equinox and other astrological factors coming up, we could expect a pull-back in the S&P starting on Tuesday, March 20 (that’s today!).
Michael wanted to know how high I thought the S&P would go before a price decline, and I told him that I was basing my price targets on the current Mars/Pluto interactions, a significant and reliable factor in my forecasting work.
Based on Mars and Pluto, I said, I expected a high at about 1408, and added that if we got a close in the S&P above 1410 then my calculations were off and we could expect some bullish acceleration. But if we didn’t break above 1410, I was looking for a price decline starting on March 20.
As it turned out, the S&P 500 traded up on Monday, March 19, but the Mars/Pluto resistance held firm. Even though it had traded a bit higher during the day, the S&P pulled back to close the session at 1409.75 — about as close to that 1410 mark as it could be, and just one point higher than my original 1408 price target.
Then, during today’s trading, the S&P opened slightly lower. After that, it spent the entire trading day well below the 1409 mark, finishing up the session at 1405.52.
That’s hardly a market crash, but it does confirm the accuracy of the astro-trading forecast, and it especially emphasizes the importance of Mars and Pluto in the markets!
If you’d like to know more about Mars & Pluto, I’m sure you’ll want to check out my new report on Mars/Pluto Market Activations: 2012-2025. It will be available for purchase on Thursday, March 22, from Harmonic Research Associates for $197.
However, if you act fast, you can get a copy as a free gift when you get the DVD on Mars, Pluto & Big Changes in the Markets – check it out at http://bit.ly/mpDVD