Introducing MICROSPIRALS

Posted: April 11th, 2016 under Microspirals, Predictions, Stocks.

I have long thought, that since the Spiral Calendar is based on the lunar month, that it was only applicable to daily charts.
However there is nothing to prevent the same code drawing charts for any timeframe, treating any time unit as the Spiral Calendar equivalent of a day.
Here is a chart of the 5min bars for SPXL, a triple leveraged proxy for S&P500 index.
Since there is a lot more data, there are more frequent spiral clusters with larger numbers of spirals coinciding, so I have limited it to show only clusters with 5 or more spirals aligned on a single 5 minute bar. And of course this is trading time, not real time, so nights and weekends are ignored in calculating the spirals. Also I changed the moving average which is used to determine if an upcoming spiral cluster is a likely high or low to a 30 interval simple moving average (grey line).
The alignments of spiral clusters with highs and lows on this chart could just be chance, and the fact that other timeframes such as hourly, 15 minutes and 1 minute do not obviously show a similar level of alignments supports that view. However I’m going to keep monitoring these charts and will post any interesting ones.

SPXL 5 Minute Bar Spiral Calendar Chart For April 11th, 2016

SPXL 5 Minute Bar Spiral Calendar Chart For April 11th, 2016

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

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2 Comments »

  1. lots of info

    Comment by Cal — April 13, 2016 @ 4:54 am

  2. Would really appreciate an update on spiral dates.

    André

    Comment by Andre — May 21, 2016 @ 1:37 am

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