The Hong Kong Mercury retrograde that’s getting underway is likely to be worth watching.
Mercury goes retrograde Sunday evening, April 9.
Tune in if you’re an active astro-trader.
That’s true for markets around the globe, of course.
But it’s especially significant for Hong Kong.
The Hang Seng Index responds to Mercury retrograde periods that begin in Earth signs in a very distinctive way.
So you’ll want to know exactly how it works.
This brief video provides the details.
It’s only about four minutes long, so there’s no reason not to watch it now.
As the video points out, Hong Kong Mercury retrograde periods are powerful.
Very powerful, in fact.
They’re highlighted in the book Mercury, Money and the Markets.
You can get it at Amazon.
You’ll find a lot of key information packed into this book.
It’s gotten rave reviews from many of the world’s top traders.
And it’s easy to see why.
Hong Kong Mercury Retrograde and More
It’s a remarkable book. Not quite like any other.
That’s because it provides some real answers about Mercury retrogrades.
This book gives you trading ideas. You’ll find plenty of key information to inform your trading. So its useful not only in Hong Kong but in individual equities and in other major markets around the world. From jakarta to Tokyo, and from Tel Aviv to Sao Paolo.
It provides important back-testing.
And it’s a reference tool you’ll turn to again and again. It even includes a 201-year Mercury retrograde ephemeris.
So it has a long shelf life, too!
You’ll also want to check out Mercury Metrics.
That’s the quarterly supplement to the Mercury Money and the Markets book.
It’s a quick read, delivered via online download every 90 days.
It’s typically only about eight or ten pages long.
But the fact is, that’s as long as it needs to be.
It covers the key Mercury alignments that really move markets.
Including the not-so-common ones.
They can be a big boost to your trading.
And Mercury Metrics will definitely save you a lot of time in finding them.
So it’s well worth investing in a subscription.
But the bottom line is this:
With or without the Mercury book and the Mercury Metrics supplement, keep an eye on Mercury.
You’ll be glad you did.
Especially if you’re tracking Hong Kong Mercury retrograde periods.
Hong Kong In October
Speaking of Hong Kong, I’ve recently agreed to travel there later this year.
A group of advanced traders there has invited me to share some of our research on astro-trading, W. D. Gann, and market harmonics.
I’ll be doing that in a full-day workshop in Hong Kong on October 21.
I hope you can join me there – I’ll be sharing more details as they become available!