S&P 500 Spiral Calendar Update March 7th, 2014

Posted: March 8th, 2014 under Predictions, Spiraldate Score Charts, Stocks.

Here is an updated spiral calendar chart for S&P 500 for March 7th, 2014. Please click on the chart to see the full HD-size chart.
The last spiral clusters for several days fell on Friday March 7th and it’s possible to count five wave up as complete. Also the last couple of bars are doji or nearly doji candlesticks that mark indecision and a possible turning point.

The clusters shown in mid-month on February’s chart did mark the end of the strongest part of the up move, but turned out not to be the high for the move.

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

2013 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For S&P500

Update – zoomed in chart showing the next 21 days more clearly I hope. Also this chart includes spiral counts for days with 3 or less spirals (pale gray text) as well as the normal days with 4 or more (red or green vertical bars) previously shown in all the other charts.

2013 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For S&P500

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  1. Thanks for the update. One remark; the last dates of march are hard to read as they coincide with the right gray price ladder. Would it be possible to shift everything a bit to the left? Or is this a problem of my computer?

    Anyway; I appreciate your work.

    Comment by AndrĂ© — March 9, 2014 @ 1:21 am

  2. Yes, it’s my chart not your computer – I’m sorry this looks so messy, however I am making Amibroker jump through hoops to display beyond the end of the daily data, and it is currently stretched to the max that I can get to work.
    I would love to show 3 months into the future but the limit I have been able to get to work so far is 21 days.
    It’s unfortunate when the last day’s trading is in a narrow range as the flags with numeric values of the various series all fall right on the extended spiral data.
    I’ll post another chart with fewer days – more zoomed in on the current data.

    Comment by Admin — March 9, 2014 @ 11:19 am

  3. Usually if you added extra days in the area that says, “extra bars”, this gives length to the chart.

    Comment by lee — April 13, 2014 @ 11:51 am

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