February 2013 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Scores Chart

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Spiral Calendar Daily Scores For US Stocks For February 2013

Spiraldates.com spiral calendar scores for February 2013 show three distinct peaks at the end of consecutive weeks: on Feb 8th-9th, over the weekend of Feb 16th-17th, and Feb 22nd-23rd.
New moon is on Feb 10th and the full moon is on Feb 25th. Lately full moon has often seen a spike in the VIX volatility index.
Note that gray dots indicate weekends and the red square indicates a market holiday in the US – Presidents’ Day.

Spiraldates.com spiral calendar scores for January 2013 showed three high peaks (potential market highs or lows) but the most that can be said is that the first two peaks were roughly inline with pauses in the nearly continuous rise in prices during January. Elliott Wave counts all show the market is close to the end of the rally from March 2009, forming an ending diagonal and hitting resistance in both short and long term trendlines. Sentiment is also at a bullish extreme so we are looking for a significant top, if not in January then in February.

Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post.

Comments (7) Jan 27 2013

January 2013 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Scores Chart

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Spiral Calendar Daily Scores For US Stocks For January 2013

Spiraldates.com spiral calendar scores for January 2013 show three distinct peaks on Jan 7th, Jan 17th-18th, and over the weekend of Jan 26th-27th.
Given the 3% rally on Jan 2nd after the fiscal cliff euphoria, Jan 7th is most likely to be a significant top, possibly C of ii of the bear market wave down from the September 14th, 2012 high.
Note that gray dots indicate weekends and red squares indicate a market holiday.

Spiraldates.com spiral calendar scores for December 2012 show three high peaks (potential market highs or lows) on December 6th-7th, 15th-16th (on a weekend), and the 28th.
There was also the end of the Mayan long count on December 21st.
The market made a high on Dec 18th, and lows near the spiral calendar peak dates.

Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post.

Comments (14) Jan 02 2013