August 2013 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For S&P 500

Posted: August 4th, 2013 under Predictions, Spiraldate Score Charts, Stocks.

I am changing the chart style to a new Spiral Calendar Indicator drawn using the Amibroker platform.
This offers several advantages: it’s purely mechanical, automated, can be drawn for any index, stock or ETF with sufficient past history to generate spirals, and allows an easy comparison between past predictions and actual market turns. I plan to post only this type of chart going forward.

Spiral Calendar clusters are shown as the red and green vertical lines above and below the price chart on specific dates. Each vertical line also has several red or green numbers that indicate the f-numbers of spirals that originate at a past high or low point in this time series and end at that particular date. There is also a blue number nearest the price bars that shows how many spirals cluster at that date. The decision to make a particular spiral cluster a red (top) or green (bottom) prediction is based on whether or not the daily close is above (red/top) or below (green/bottom) a 5 day moving average of the close plotted as a gray line.

Future predictions for the coming month are shown at the right side of the chart – the gray tick marks indicate trading days and the black tick marks indicating Monday of each week. So the spirals for the next four weeks are shown. The red/green status for these is based on the last available close being above or below the moving average, so it may change as the month progresses and the close goes above or below the moving average.

So for the coming month turns are predicted on Wednesday August 7th, on Tues, Wed, Thurs 13th-15th August, Friday 23rd August, and Wed 28th August. Since the close is above the 5 day MA, they are all plotted as red potential tops.

Sometimes browsers omit detail in scaled down graphics, so I recommend clicking on the chart to view the full size version.

August 2013 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For S&P500

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57 Comments »

  1. How can I see the dates for august?

    Comment by André — August 5, 2013 @ 9:47 am

  2. Sorry; see them in the text now. Was looking at the chart. please ignore the question.

    Comment by André — August 5, 2013 @ 9:50 am

  3. thank U

    Comment by cal — August 5, 2013 @ 10:51 am

  4. unfortunately don’t understand anything on the new chart

    Comment by guest — August 5, 2013 @ 5:22 pm

  5. sorry
    i didnt unsdertand the chart this time please make it more simpl\le tnx

    Comment by bijo — August 5, 2013 @ 6:34 pm

  6. This chart is definitely separating the wheat from the chaff! I am the chaff, worthless, because I do not understand this. Plus it is also disappointing because, I have followed your charts for so long, probably not ever fully understaning them. Where can I start my education?

    Comment by Ana — August 5, 2013 @ 7:04 pm

  7. The red and green spiral cluster lines are the equivalent of peaks in the old chart. I.e. they are forecast possible turn dates.

    So to explain this chart take the June 24th low which has a green vertical line below it on the chart.
    From the bottom there are green numbers 19, 18, 14, 11, 6 showing that the spirals that align on this date from past highs and lows are f19, f18, f14, f11, and f6. If you don’t understand f-numbers go back to one of the prior scores charts and click on the explanation for new visitors link. Since there are five spirals in this cluster, there is a blue number 5 above the green vertical line.
    Finally it’s green because the closing price on June 24th was below the 5 day moving average (gray line).
    Also shown on the chart for information are the highs and lows in price that the program chooses – these have a small colored diamon plotted above a high or below a low. There is one below the June 24th low, also others at prior highs and lows. These points are used as the origin of spiral intervals for future predictions.

    Finally the forecast for the next four weeks is shown at the top right of the chart by the gray and black tick marks. Each week is 5 days (ignoring holidays and weekends) with the black tick marks showing the Monday of each week.

    Comment by Admin — August 5, 2013 @ 10:29 pm

  8. It’ll take some getting used to; but I can see the new format has more value. And I appreciate you try to improve this site. Will definately come back some more.

    Comment by André — August 6, 2013 @ 3:08 am

  9. Sorry my friend you mean good and improving prediction but the result is one big confusion no one understands what you want to say there are 5 Aug sticks red lines and their numbers might just explain what they are and what the numbers listed there Did you mean to say between the 25-26 of August seems the highest peak? Thanks

    Comment by mike — August 6, 2013 @ 2:07 pm

  10. This is excellent! Thank you for the upgraded version. This is much better. I appreciate your work.

    Comment by Shane — August 6, 2013 @ 6:05 pm

  11. There are 6 spiral clusters/peaks in August corresponding to the 6 red lines at the right hand side of the chart in the future area to the right of the price bars. Each tick is a trading day with the black ticks on Mondays. The first red line/peak is tomorrow Wednesday 7th August as mentioned in the text. So you are looking at 4 weeks future forecast. However three occur together on 13th-15th so might be considered a single super-cluster.
    I have tried to explain what the chart portrays in the simplest possible terms in the text.
    Please let me know what is not clear about the explanation. Of course you need to understand the Spiral Calendar – for background in that get Carolan’s book or visit the new visitors link on any of the old score chart pages.

    Comment by Admin — August 6, 2013 @ 7:04 pm

  12. What are the numbers on the vertical lines ? what do they mean?

    Comment by robert — August 6, 2013 @ 8:05 pm

  13. I don’t wish to be rude but did you read the post? I quote “Each vertical line also has several red or green numbers that indicate the f-numbers of spirals that originate at a past high or low point in this time series and end at that particular date. There is also a blue number nearest the price bars that shows how many spirals cluster at that date.”

    Comment by Admin — August 6, 2013 @ 8:33 pm

  14. This is better as it allows me know which prior turn dates are adding to a given day’s score… and so I can go back and see for myself how significant they were. Thank you for your work. For those who like the old version, just focus on the blue number. By the way, back in the June chart comments, I stated that I was looking for a-b-c move higher. Well, I think last Friday was the completion of the ‘a’ wave. I expect the ‘b’ wave to be a quick push down (to at least SPX 1675), then a sideways chop for a couple of weeks, followed by a small final push lower. After that, the ‘c’ wave should be almost parabolic up. We’ll see. Good luck.

    Comment by kindo — August 6, 2013 @ 11:49 pm

  15. today was 7/8 nothing special happened n.y. indexes finished around -030% so where is the ‘turning point” ? or there is another meaning

    Comment by mike — August 7, 2013 @ 4:45 pm

  16. Would it be possible to post the old style charts along with this one?

    Thanks

    Comment by Chris — August 7, 2013 @ 6:45 pm

  17. Even if it is for just August it would be helpful.

    Thanks

    Comment by Chris — August 8, 2013 @ 11:49 am

  18. I would second the suggestion made by Chris in post #16
    Thanks

    Comment by Jeff — August 8, 2013 @ 6:25 pm

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  25. I have read the explanations but I guess it’s just me I can’t figure it all out…I understand
    the desire to automate the process …I got value looking at the old charts but this one
    doesn’t do anything for me….thanks

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