Stock Market Trading at the Neptune Station

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.

 

Neptune Retrograde Station & the S&P

The price levels in the S&P 500 at the exact time of the Neptune retrograde station on Monday, June 9, were in play at the closing bell on Tuesday, June 10, when the S&P hit its high for the day, confirming the strength of the Neptune station in defining a trading top.

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.

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6 Responses to Stock Market Trading at the Neptune Station

  1. Mariah Inojosa says:

    Hindsight comments are always accurate, which is not the case with the forecasts which are always vague and confusing.

    • timbost says:

      Good point, Mariah! But our back-testing and hindsight studies do help us understand the planetary dynamics that underlie the actions of the markets. If we pay attention, maybe we can be better prepared for profits next time….

      • Jason T says:

        Just once, I’d like to see you (1) make a prediction before it happens on a top / bottom / price action instead of “something will happen” and (2) not try to sell services without giving those who frequent your blog something to really see about your accuracy and methods. I am with Mariah on this blog post.
        It gets a bit silly when it get so too sales oriented and less clear about a real call you’ve made.

        • timbost says:

          Thanks Jason! I appreciate your adding your perspective. I’m always interested in sharing specific insights and methods, whether they’re in the form of market forecasts or simple observations — take a link at the blog post at http://realbusinessresults.com/marketastrologer/stock-market-trading-forecasts-astrological-observations/ for some comments on this. By the way, for the most part the products and services mentioned here for sale are designed to provide a deeper level of information and involvement for those individuals who want to probe into the dynamics of astro-trading more fully. Not everyone wants to make the effort to learn the techniques, but we do want to make these advanced materials available for those who are ready for the commitment. And it does help pay the rent!

  2. Jose says:

    Hi!
    Very interesting this projection. But one question: with Bradley inflexion point, not is equal.
    But I thought there many divergences at moment in technical analysis.

    Thanks for help learn about this things. I am 1 in interval 1 to 5 in this knowledge.
    Jose

    • timbost says:

      Hi Jose
      Thanks for your comment. The Bradley indicator can be useful as a way of seeing the aggregate impact of planetary forces on the markets, but in my experience it needs to be used with some caution. It’s best as confirmation of other indicators, and as astro-traders we have be particularly cautious about inversions– there are times when the Bradley will identify a turning point accurately, but it will show up on the indicator as a high instead of a low, or vice-versa.

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