Sunday, December 18, 2011

Planets Are Market’s Parent

I use a variety of techniques including current transit patterns such as planetary ingresses, the phases of the Moon, and mundane aspects. All can be used as signals to help discern the prevailing market direction. Since none of these are reliable indicators on their own, I typically use up to 20 different measurements to compile a sort of moving astrological index that reflects changing investor sentiment. In addition, I make use of the first trade charts of key stocks, stock indices, and stock exchanges. I prefer to think of chart analysis in terms of Boolean logic, where multiple factors must be present for a particular situation to occur.

There are several basic strategies for using astrology with stock market investing. The first, and most important is obtain the first trade data of a stock, ETF, currency, etc. and cast a horoscope for that time and place. Over time, this chart can then be analyzed with respect to transits, progressions, and dashas in order to ascertain the likely price movements of the stock.

These cyclical predictions of a worldwide economic depression (and the societal implications of such) are in agreement with similar predictions by Astrology on strictly financial data and market conditions.  The fact, nevertheless, is that the stock market, the economy, and thus our societies are predictable by cycles.  The fact that the stock market has continued blithely on and into the new millennium, hovering around the same levels, is not necessarily an indicator of any flaws in the theory, but rather that things on a millennial or super cycle scale do not occur quickly.  In addition, there is always the possibility that the credibility of the stock market as a leading economic indicator.

I do analyze the movements in financial markets with the movements of planets.
According to me there is conclusive proof if any 100 % relationship exists for these events and movement of planets. However, based on my model on certain configuration of planets, there is a high probability of some unusual international incidents, events, extreme days or volatility in financial markets. So according to this model there could be days of extraordinary unusual events and result in unusual volatility in financial markets. I have proven track record of predicting recent stock market crashes.

Thanking You
Atul Sikrai
Sr Vice President  & Head Equities
wiTdom investment advisory


Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Old Fox

We made money by being Bear for one year we also made money by being Bull for short time. But now it’s time to be Fox. That is being flexible to change your stand from Bull to bear & Vice versa in markets depending on Events.

A lively, insightful look at the world of animal intelligence:

Recent evidence has dismissed the belief that animals are simply reflex machines, acting without thought or real consciousness. In response, there has been a rush to examine animal intelligence. Yet what, precisely, is intelligence? Is it the ability to learn, the ability to remember, or the ability to survive? What delineates instinct from intelligence? Why are dolphins smarter than eagles and bees smarter than worms? Are cats smarter than dogs?

Old Fox explores the often-misconstrued world of animal intelligence. From examines the ways we have come to view motivation and intelligence in animals. By evaluating our complex relationships to animals-why we eat some animals while pampering others is often predicated on a commensurate belief in intelligence- offers us a better understanding of our own way of thinking. Entertaining, and scrupulously researched, Old Fox will challenge your previously held notions about animals and the measure of intelligence, both theirs and ours.

The idea that intelligence is a "monolithic capacity, [and] that differences among species are always quantitative, variations in amount rather than kind" is a pervasive belief and one that this book does an excellent job of refuting. Different species have differing needs for intelligence, with some extremely successful species operating on fewer neurons than they have legs.

Be Smart Investor.

Atul Sikrai.