Week of 10/04 Recap: - The S&P made a high late Friday, 10/01, just ahead of Venus Aphelion, over the weekend.  Monday, the S&P opened down 27 handles from Friday’s high and continued 68 handles lower into mid-day Monday for the low of the week.  From that low, the S&P rallied sharply 88 handles into a Tuesday afternoon high.  From that high, the S&P dropped sharply 78 handles into a Wednesday AM low and into our triple whammy change in trend window.  From that low, the  S&P rallied sharply 140 handles into a Thursday AM high of the week. From that high, the S&P  gradually eroded lower into the weekend. 

10//08 - The major indices had a small down day with the following closes: The DJIA – 8.69; S&P 500 – 8.42; and the Nasdaq Composite – 74.48. 

Looking ahead:

The NOW Index has moved to the BUY ALERT ZONE.  This is not an outright buy signal, but rather a cautionary signal for the bears that there is a

moderate imbalance of shorts.  If you are short multiple positions, you may want to reduce your position. 


Coming Events:   

(Stocks potentially respond to all events).

1.  A. 10/01 AC – Venus Aphelion. Major change in trend Cattle, Copper, Corn, Cotton, Gold, OJ, Sugar, Wheat.

 B. 10/05 AC – Jupiter Parallel Latitude Neptune.  Major change in trend  COMMODITY INDEX, Copper,

          Oats, and OIL

C. 10/05 AC – New Moon in Libra.  Major change in trend Financials, Grains, Precious Metals and especially

          Sugar & Wheat.  

D. 10/05 AC – Pluto in Capricorn turns Direct.  Major change in trend  Cocoa, Coffee, Hogs, and T-Bonds.


2. A. 10/08 AC – Saturn in Aquarius turns Direct.  Major change in trend Coffee and Copper.

    B. 10/08 AC – Jupiter 150 US Neptune.  Moderate change in trend US Stocks, T-Bonds, US Dollar, & Oil.

    C. 10/14 AC – Mercury 0 North Latitude. Major change in trend Corn, Oats, Soybeans, Wheat. 

    D. 10/15 AC -  Neptune 90 US Mars.  Major change in trend US Stocks, T-Bonds, US Dollar.

    E.  10/15 AC – Jupiter in Aquarius turns Direct.  Major change in trend Copper and Oats.  


Stock Market Key Dates

 Market Math – 

10/6 – 4,597 Music Days from the 3/06/2009 major low.

Fibonacci – 10/6, 10/15, 10/18, 10/29

Astro – 10/4, 10/6, 10/11, 10/14, 10/15, 10/20, 10/25, 10/29 AC

Please see below the S&P 500 10 minute chart.                     

Support  - 4315   Resistance – 4430

 Please see below the S&P 500 Daily chart

Support  - 4315, 4260, 4195   Resistance – 4430

Please see below the Planetary Index charts with S&P 500 5 minute bars for results.            




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