Mars Stations and Stock Market Trading

“Does this stuff really work?”

That’s a question I get a lot from people who haven’t experienced the astro-trading advantage for themselves.

The answer, of course, is Absolutely YES!

But that response doesn’t really tell us much, mainly because the question itself is so limited.

A far better question would be “HOW does this stuff work?” or “What kinds of effects do the planets actually have on the markets?”

The Mars direct station coming up next week is a case in point.

Mars stations are definitely market accelerators, and sometimes they trigger trend reversals. But each Mars station brings its own unique characteristics to the circumstances surrounding stock market trading.

If you take a look at these trading charts for the S&P you’ll see what I mean:

Stock Market Trading - Mars Stations 2007 and 2008

Prices fell in the stock market trading that took place while Mars was retrograde in late 2007 and early 2008. A brief bounce immediately after the Mars direct station on January 30, 2008 was followed with price congestion and a fresh price decline.

 

Mars Stations and S&P 2009-2010

The Mars stations in late 2009 and early 2010 defined a profitable period in stock market trading, with the direct station on March 10, 2010 signaling a break above previous resistance.

Mars station Impact on the S&P in 2012

A rising price trend in stock market trading during much of the time while Mars was retrograde in 2012 culminated with a pull-back just prior to the direct station on April 13, which was following by trading congestion prior to a steep decline.

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