The Master Cycle (MC) still remains on track

From 3/1 public Time and Cycles blog post: “The MC remains on track and suggests we see a 3/1-2 Low at the 3/2 Geo and 3/3 Solar time CIT and start a rally phase into the next short term swing High”


From 3/2 T&C Daily Email:  “From the 3/2L, the MC and Bitcoin Cycles were looking for a  rally into 3/9-12H , followed by a  decline in Option Expiration (OE)  week and into 3/19-20 Lows”


Actual: We made a 3/2 Low and then rallied 154.58 SP’s into 3/13 High in the 1st half hour. We then declined 60.43 SP’s so far and it is expected to continue into 3/20 Low as the MC suggested. Normally OE week is bullish, but the MC suggested a decline, which we have now seen.

Many believe that a historic cycle with such precision is unheard of or virtually impossible, but the current MC begs to differ, eventhough it was not easy to find (the last time such an uncanny cycle was found was more than a year ago).

What’s next: The MC suggests a 3/20 Low +/-1 and start a rally phase into the next short term swing High. The MC suggests there are many more whipsaw rallies and declines to come and suggests you ain’t seen nothing yet.

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