Yesterday’s Neptune retrograde station didn’t coincide precisely with an intra-day high in the equities markets, but it did help define a significant top for stock market trading.
When we were watching the action in the S&P 500 as the Neptune retrograde station reached its precise alignment just 10 minutes before the closing bell, we noted that the price was at 1951.03.
Although that specific price point didn’t have much time to make its influence felt during the few remaining minutes of the trading day on Monday, it proved to be significant as the action in stock market trading unfolded on Tuesday.
The S&P finished the trading day on Tuesday at 1350.79, level than one-fourth of a point away from the Neptune retrograde price level set during the previous trading session.
We’ll have to wait and see, of course, whether or not this will define a trading top on a longer-term basis.
But for the time being, It’s great confirmation of the power of the planets in impacting market action in the real world of astro-trading.