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- DescriptionMarket analysts and financial media commentators have led individual investors to believe that daily news, quarterly earnings reports and corporate events drive stock prices. Nothing could be further from the truth. The reality is - the financial markets are a reflection of the mass psychological emotion of traders, investors and fund managers. When market participants are feeling positive, they are driven to buy. When they are feeling uncertain or negative, they are driven to sell. So what then drives human emotion? In the opinion of stock trader and author M.G. Bucholtz, the ever-changing configurations of orbiting planets and other celestial bodies in our cosmos influence our body chemistry and thereby drive human emotion. The Sun is the centre of our planetary system. The Sun emits massive amounts of solar radiation in all directions into the vastness of space. This radiation is called solar wind. This solar wind interacts with the magnetic fields around Mercury, Venus, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. These planets accept and then disburse the solar wind radiation. As the radiation is disbursed, a goodly amount of it finds its way towards the magnetic field around planet Earth. Changes in the density and speed of solar wind mean that the amount of radiation reaching Earth's magnetic field on a daily, weekly or monthly basis will be ever-changing. As a result, the intensity or flux of the Earth's magnetic field is also constantly changing. The alignment of the orbiting planets in our cosmos plays a significant role in determining how much solar radiation is deflected towards Earth's magnetic field. We all have an electrical field that runs through our tissues. Hence, basic physics demands that changes to the Earth's magnetic field will then induce subtle changes to our bodily electrical circuitry. These subtle changes are what drive our emotional responses. Human emotion changing in response to events in the cosmos is t a new concept. In the early 1900's, the venerable W.D. Gann recognized the connection between changing emotions and price fluctuations on the stock and commodity markets. His trading success realized from applying astro phemena to the markets is legendary. The astro models pioneered by other figures from this era including Louise McWhirter and Donald Bradley are as powerful today as they were back then. This Almanac begins by offering the reader an overview of the science of Astrology. The detailed examination that then follows will show the reader how: - aspect angles between the various planets and the New Moon can set the tone for the equity markets each month. - the Moon transiting past certain key points in the zodiac each month aligns to short term trend changes on the New York Stock Exchange. - times when Mercury, Venus and Mars are Retrograde align to trend changes on equity and commodity markets. - times Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter registering maximum and minimum declination levels equate to trend changes on equity and commodity markets. - times when transiting Sun, Mercury, Venus and Mars make hard aspects to planetary positions in the First Trade charts of individual commodity futures are profoundly significant for traders and investors. - esoteric mathematical concepts such as Gann Lines and Harmonic Lines are extraordinarily powerful tools for traders and investors to use. It is the author's sincere hope that after applying the material presented in this Almanac, readers will begin to enjoy an increased level of success with their trading and investing activity. It is further the author's hope that readers will then frequently pause to reflect on the deeper connection between the financial markets, the cosmos and the emotions of mankind.
- Author BiographyMalcolm Bucholtz, B.Sc, MBA is a graduate of Queen's University Faculty of Engineering in Canada and Heriot Watt University in Scotland where he received an MBA degree. After working in Canadian industry for far too many years, Malcolm followed his passion for the financial markets by becoming an Investment Advisor/Commodity Trading Advisor with an independent brokerage firm in western Canada. Today, he resides in western Canada where he trades the financial markets using astrological phenomena and esoteric mathematics. Malcolm is the author of five books. His first book, The Bull, the Bear and the Planets, offers the reader an introduction to Financial Astrology and makes the case that there are esoteric and astrological phenomena that influence the financial markets. His second book, The Lost Science, takes the reader on a deeper journey into planetary events and unique mathematical phenomena that influence financial markets. His third book, De-Mystifying the McWhirter Theory of Stock Market Forecasting assists the reader in applying the astrological principles outlined by Louise McWhirter in her 1937 epic book. His fourth book was the Financial Astrology Almanac-2014 which has now been followed by the Financial Astrology Almanac-2015. Malcolm maintains both a website (www.investingsuccess.ca) and a blog (www.astrologicaltrading.wordpress.com) where he provides traders and investors with astrological insights into the financial markets. He also offers a monthly Astrology E-Alert service where subscribers receive a weekly preview of pending astrological events that stand to influence markets.
- Author(s)M G Bucholtz
- PublisherWood Dragon Books
- Date of Publication12/09/2014
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectManagement & Business: General
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintWood Dragon Books
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight231 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine9 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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