S&P 500 Spiral Calendar Update Oct 25th, 2013

Posted: October 27th, 2013 under Predictions, Spiraldate Score Charts, Stocks.

Here is an updated spiral calendar chart for S&P 500 for October 25th, 2013. Please click on the chart to see the full HD-size chart.

The expected new high has happened but the spiral cluster on 10/17 hardly slowed the advance down.
We are getting stretched to the upside and there are several upcoming two-day clusters that have potential to mark a top: Oct 29th and 30th, Nov 7th and 8th, and Nov 14th and 15th.
These clusters longest spirals are f23, f24, and f25 that original in early 2000, 1996, and 1991 respectively.

If you don’t understand the chart – see the posts here and here .

2013 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For S&P500

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  1. Thanks again, love your charts

    Comment by cal — October 28, 2013 @ 10:23 am

  2. Thank you for the update.

    Comment by Shane — October 30, 2013 @ 3:58 am

  3. Take a look at the f31 from the 1/3/1920 five year high. The f31’s, the f29’s and the f27’s have interesting and powerful histories. Come see me! 🙂


    Comment by humble1 — October 30, 2013 @ 5:11 am

  4. Yes f31 from 1/3/1920 is Oct 25th, 2013 which would strengthen expectations of a top here.
    The new-style charts only use data back to 1980.


    Comment by Admin — October 30, 2013 @ 7:55 am

  5. Hello,

    It has been a while since i visited your website, and i can see that it has changed. What happened with the spiral calendar scores charts? You had such fine clear charts for the next months, and sometimes i used them for my own analyses. But i don’t see them anymore. Are you planning on showing them on the website again? And if not, where can i find such scores charts, or can i make them by myself?


    Comment by edwin — November 3, 2013 @ 12:27 pm

  6. Hi Edwin,

    I know people do not like change, however the world does not stand still 🙂
    The new charts show the same information as the old charts but are automatic instead of requiring tedious and error-prone hand tallying of spirals.
    They are also objective about what is a prior high or low from which a spiral series originates – with the old charts that was subjective and missed many prior turns especially in data prior to ~1995.
    I suggest a little effort put into understanding the new charts will be repaid and like others you will likely conclude they are better than the old ones.
    Just to get you started – each red or green vertical line above or below the price series is the equivalent of a peak in the old style chart.
    So these mark dates when there is a spiral cluster and a turn in the market is more likely.


    Comment by Admin — November 3, 2013 @ 12:52 pm

  7. Dave, Please correct me if I am wrong but what I do with the chart is the following:
    1. for each red vertical line, add up the red numbers.
    2. in excel have a column for date and the total of the red numbers.
    3. make a chart of the data in point 2.
    4. the data look like this
    29-Oct 53
    30-Oct 72
    04-Nov 48
    07-Nov 76
    08-Nov 77
    So all the dates are spiral dates and the date with highest total should be taken note of. The blue number is just the number of data points per cluster, whereas the total per cluster (sum of red numbers) is more significant.

    Dave, This is how I see it, if I am wrong please correct me. If I am correct, can you perhaps insert a total sum per cluster instead of total number of clusters? Then the above excel calc is not needed.

    Comment by Shane — November 4, 2013 @ 11:21 am

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