June 2010 Spiral Calendar Dates

Posted: May 28th, 2010 under Predictions, Spiraldate Score Charts, Stocks.

Spiral Calendar Daily Scores For June, 2010

June spiral calendar predictions show multiple lower-level Spiraldates score peaks on the 6th, 17th, and 23rd.

For May the minor spiraldates score peaks on the 6th and 22nd matched the bottoms of the strongest down moves, including “Fat Finger Failure Thursday.” The major peak on the 29th and 30th coincides with the holiday weekend, and may prove to be the launching point for the next big decline in wave 3.

Explanation for new visitors: spiral calendar score peaks may be likely turn dates for the US stock markets. The spiral calendar is a series of Fibonacci time intervals based on the lunar month, approximately 29.53 days. These intervals may align turning points in market prices with each other – for example the 1929 wave 2 high (10/11/1929) and the 1987 wave 2 high (10/2/1987) immediately prior to the respective market crashes are aligned with each other within 1 day by the 29th spiral calendar interval (f29). The spiraldates score counts the number of such alignments for each date from prior highs and lows, applies a simple 3-day smoothing and plots the result. Note that there is no astrology involved, only the lunar cycle is used which has well known physical effects on tides and which through evolution over millions of years has become integrated into the rhythms of both plant and animal life on earth.

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  1. Looking at your June graph:

    Do the peaks correspond to highs or lows? (say the June 6th peak)

    Your May graph peaks corresponded to lows, but your April peaks to highs and I think March peaks to highs as well.

    How can you tell when a peak means high or a low?

    Comment by Phoevos — May 31, 2010 @ 4:13 pm

  2. See the explanation I added to the June 2010 post. The peaks correspond to turn dates, so they can be highs or lows depending on the market trend immediately prior to the date.

    Comment by Admin — May 31, 2010 @ 5:42 pm

  3. Based on the market plunge on Friday the 4th, won’t you say that the June 6th day points to a positive market for next week?

    Comment by Phoevos — June 5, 2010 @ 8:26 am

  4. The spiraldates score peaks in June are at lower values, at 2.5-3 than the usual 4+ value most months, so I am not looking for any big trend change. I think the peak on May 29,30 marked the top of wave 2 at some degree, and we are heading down in a 1 of 3 of 3 or 1 of 3 of 3 of 3. There will likely be huge volatility and huge rallies, and maybe the spiral peaks this month will punctuate the subwaves of wave 3.

    Comment by Admin — June 5, 2010 @ 9:36 am

  5. The reason I expected a rebound next week is also this quotation from Ray Merriman of Merriman Cycles:

    “On Monday (Memorial Holiday in the USA, and markets will be closed), Neptune starts its multi-month retrograde journey. Thus Neptune is also to be highlighted in the collective conscience. Neptune pertains to hopes and wishes, but as well to gossip and rumor-mongering and misinformation (sometimes intentionally, for the purpose of causing embarrassment to one’s opponents). Together they can correlate with great diappointment, tears, or an effort o tear down one’s reputation via underhanded methods. Or they can coincide with a deeper understanding of spirtitual law. Both of these are powerful Level One signatures in the history of stock market reversals. Both have very strong correlations to the completion of primary cycles within 11 and 10 trading days respectively. Since the stock market has been coming down, we look for a primary cycle trough during this time band. It could have happened last week. Or there could yet be another 1000 point drop before this time band comes to an end, for with Jupiter and Uranus also involved, price moves are always more than we expect. But once it ends, look for a 1000 point rally or more to follow in the next few weeks, maybe even days. “

    Comment by Phoevos — June 5, 2010 @ 11:41 am

  6. @Admin:

    I don’t disagree with your punctuated lows of down move until later month, however, if the first low peak is on the 6th, doesn’t your graph imply a temporary high for the week ending 6/12? After the 12th then a new low begins maturing around the 16th-17th and then the final low around the 24th? So, the trend might be intact to the downside, but at least next week seems counter trend. Am I wrong ?

    Comment by Phoevos — June 5, 2010 @ 2:33 pm

  7. While the spiral calendar can be incredibly precise over long periods, trying to predict the day to day ups and downs is not its strength, and there are other technical indicators much better suited to that – stochastics, RSI, MACD and so on on the appropriate time frame, probably hourly charts.
    The spiral calendar is good at predicting major turns over spans of months to year such as the April 26th top.
    As for astrology, by which I mean planetary alignments and which I separate from lunar cycles that I follow for the spiral calendar, I don’t believe in it.
    I expect there will be large rallies on the way down, but both of the declines so far with lows on the 5th and 25th May have been acceptably or fully corrected to the upside already. I expect a big decline of another 10-20% at least soon. There could be another leg up (C-wave) in the rally off the 5/25 low that would last a few days without negating the big picture.

    Comment by Admin — June 6, 2010 @ 3:26 pm

  8. what about the the basics of the 58 year crash cycle ??? wasnt the early june period the spring low ?
    if so might we not see a bigger decline after the summer or autumn high ??
    either way many cycles pointing lower from aug set into november

    Comment by joe — June 11, 2010 @ 12:59 pm

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  10. Hi,

    Now the uptrend is over?? consolidation and then fall? or likely to fall… how to read it?

    Thanks in advance.

    Comment by Sujatha — June 23, 2010 @ 8:52 pm

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  12. […] quite well with prior highs and lows, indicating a turn is likely here. New visitors: please see this post for a brief explanation of the spiral calendar. Share and […]

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  15. […] August spiral calendar predictions show score peaks (possible market turn dates) on the 6th/7th and 26th/27th, and as in July the middle of the month looks very choppy with minor peaks on 11th/12th and 16th/17th. It promises to be a busy month for traders! For July the spiraldates score peak on the 15th matched the closing high exactly and was one or two days after the nearly identical intraday highs on the 13th and 14th. The second peak on the 27th marked a high exactly – whether or not it is the minor wave 2 top preceding a large decline remains to be seen. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  18. […] Disclaimer. The predictions made herein are for informational purposes and are not recommendations to any person to buy or sell any securities. The information is derived from sources that are deemed to be reliable but its accuracy and completeness are not guaranteed. The predictions are based on the theory of technical analysis and represent the author’s opinion only. The author does not accept any liability for the use of this web-page. Readers of this web-page who buy or sell securities based on the information in this column are solely responsible for their actions. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  20. […] September spiral calendar predictions are dominated by a single large peak with a 5.5 score on Sept. 12th 2010. However there is also a week with a sustained score in the 2.5-3.5 range from Sept 3rd to Sept 9th spanning the Labor Day holiday weekend with US markets closed on the 4th-6th, and minor peaks on the 17th/18th, 22nd, 24th and 30th. This suggest two periods of choppy action, with perhaps a more significant turn in the middle. As always we will have to see how the market is positioned as we come to these turn dates. For August the spiraldates score turn date on the 6th/7th (Fri/Sat) matched the high on Monday 9th within one trading day. It’s too early to tell if Friday’s high will be a turn to match the August 26th/27th turn date. Looking back to the resolution of the July predictions, the July 27th turn date matched a high exactly, although it was only a short term one preceding the August 9th top. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  25. […] OCTOBER: This is one of the peculiarly dangerous months to speculate in stocks in. The others are July, January, September, April, November, May, March, June, December, August, and February. Mark Twain – Pudd’nhead Wilson’s Calendar October spiral calendar predictions show four peaks/potential turn dates counting the initial 3.5 score on the 1st as a peak and the 9th, 15th/16th, and 25th October, 2010 as the others. For September the major prediction for a turn on the 12th did not pan out. If anything, it’s closer to the midpoint of the rise since the end of August. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  30. […] November spiral calendar predictions show a single large broad peak centered on the US mid-term elections on Nov 2nd. Deb’s prediction in the comments section at the late August low that we would rally until the election seems likely to be spot on. October’s continuation of the September rally lost pace but not direction, and only the last of the three main spiraldate score peaks, the one for Oct 25th marked much of a top. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  34. […] December has several spiral score peaks (potential turn dates) starting with the two largest on the 2nd and 9th-10th. November’s large peak at the start of the month was about 4 days early, however we did get a top starting on the 5th and no significant turns in the second half of the month. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  38. […] January 2011 has several peaks on the 4th-5th, 8th-9th-10th, 15th, 19th-20th, and 27th-28th-29th-30th. Given that the market appears very close to a top of major significance, possibly completing the rally from the March 2009 low, the dates early in the month may be good places to go short if the market rallies into those dates. December’s market was nearly all upwards however the spiral turn dates predicted on the 2nd and 9th-10th corresponded respectively with the top of the initial and strongest advance for the month, and the corrective low immediately following it. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  40. […] February 2011 has a single large peak on the 18th coinciding with the full moon and a smaller peak on the 9th-10th. January’s predictions (posted on December 29th 2010) hit the top so far correctly on the 28th and the earlier peaks corresponded well with the smaller subwaves of the possible final fifth wave up to Friday’s high. As the next post will show, January 28th, 2011 shows many spiral alignments with past market highs and lows and may prove to be a significant date in stock market history if the expected significant decline occurs. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  41. […] Many indicators come together today, Friday February 18th, 2011, to show today may be a significant top. The Spiral Calendar has a strong cluster today. It is a full moon. The Bradley Model has a turning point on Feb 17th. The DJIA is bumping into the upper channel line of the advance since the 1932 low at the 12400 level which should be strong resistance. I don’t have a chart handy, but this line is drawn across the 1937 and 1966 DJIA tops. And finally the Elliott Wave count is putting the finishing touch on an ending diagonal wedge from the August low. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  43. […] May 2011 shows three strong peaks on the 2nd coinciding with the new moon, on the 6th and on the 18th a day after the full moon. Whether the first two peaks will match separate turns or if they will both apply to a single broader turn is an obvious question. My guess given the sideways movement since the Feb 18th high is they will mark a high of a corrective wave B of 4 of the rally since last August. This implies a moderate decline in wave C or rangebound sideways movement for a month or two, then a move up to a modest new high in late summer or fall that would be expected to be the top. April predictions matched the market turns reasonably well and the current score peak on the 26th is looking like a likely turn lower also. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. […]

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  44. Has anyone looked at the % of the major spiral peaks (defined perhaps as >3) have actually corresponded with major turns of, for example, >5%? That would be an interesting statisitic.

    Comment by Ole — May 29, 2011 @ 9:12 am

  45. An excellent question, but one that takes some work to answer since this is currently a manual process to create these monthly spiraldates score charts.
    The best I can offer is a summary post for Sept 2009-Aug 2010 that shows all the turn dates with a spiraldates score > 2.5. See the post at http://spiraldates.com/?p=494. The turn date predictions are excellent for the lows during a generally rising market but predict too many turns for the highs. To calculate whether or not each prediction is better than 5% or not you would need trading rules for entries and exits.
    Simply stop and reverse on the next signal would probably not do well since it would sell long positions too early.
    On the other hand some of the trades would have been excellent, like selling the top day in April 2010 and then buying either the day before or day of the flash crash in May.
    One advantage is the signals are known in advance, so you can plan to exit at a likely extreme – say on the flash crash day – you can use other technical indicators to find a short term buying or selling point when you know in advance what your plan is.

    Comment by Admin — May 29, 2011 @ 10:26 am

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  49. […] chance of a significant temporary low near the major 25th turn date. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. Share and […]

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  50. […] month. The October predictions failed to match any market turns. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. Share and […]

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  51. […] through Nov 4th matched the top of the rally from the Oct 4th low. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. Share and […]

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  52. […] score peak on the 7th-8th matched the actual high on Dec 5th-7th. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. Share and […]

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  53. […] of calls for a top so there were no turns matching predictions. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. Share and […]

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  61. […] and the red square denotes the Memorial Day holiday in the US. Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post. Be Sociable, Share! […]

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