Yes You Can... Cash In On Chaos!


Every trading system I've ever seen runs into a series of losses. I hoped the One-A-Day based on MoonTides would be an exception. It wasn't - yet. This past week has seen a series of small losses. They are always agravating, but part of the trading business.

But to me as a researcher, they were a perplexing mystery? What had happened? Well, it took the Full Moon waking me up at 3:00 AM to get me to see what had happened. I won't bore you with the details of how I figured it out, but I made a fascinating discovery.

MoonTides for the S&P have shown a very consistant 24 hour delay between when the wave is formed in the electric field and when it show up in the S&P. I don't fully understand this yet, but it was so consistant I thought it was a constant.

It wasn't. This week, the Tides shifted to a 26 hour delay. The chart shows how good they were, when shifted two hours to the right.

This is a shift of a half a harmonic. The harmonic of the S&P is 6. This shift is a 6.5 harmionic. This is very significant, because such harmonic shifts are PRECURSORS TO CHAOS. I have a stability theory that links these shifts to CRASHES, both big and small. So the pain may have led to a new way to detect upcoming Chaos. As a minimum, I've learned how to improve our forecasts a bit more. Sooner or later, I'll own the S&P. The MoonTides are real. I even feel them. They woke me up to make this discovery.

Yes You Can... Cash In On Chaos!

Note how the FULL MOON tanked the market here.

So what caused this 2 hour shift? The answer is in the following snapshot from the WinGephi ephemeris wheel.
Yes You Can... Cash In On Chaos!

The red hexagon shows the normal stable position of the S&P hexagon, the 6th harmonic. Note how it is "held in place" by Pluto, Jupiter, and Neptune. Recent motions brought the Moon, Mars, Venus, and Earth near the top and bottom of the wheel. That formed a rotated hexagon, shown in Green. That rotation of 30 degrees is the 2 hour shift, as the earth rotates 15 degrees per hour. I call this the unstable hexagon because of the vertical left and right sides. If prices drop to 1158, they can free fall down the right side to 1146.

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