November 2010 Spiral Calendar Score Chart

Posted: October 29th, 2010 under Predictions, Spiraldate Score Charts, Stocks.

The wind in the wires made a tattletale sound
And a wave broke over the railing
And every man knew, as the Captain did, too,
T’was the witch of November come stealing.

 

The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald — Gordon Lightfoot

Spiral Calendar Daily Scores For November, 2010

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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  1. There are two possibilties

    1. Today S&P & Dow was bit shy of Oct 25 high but NASDAQ made new high compared to Oct 25. So it might be the case that we won’t make any new high and market will turn south.

    2. Tomorrow might be new high, breaking Oct 25 high and then market will take south direction.

    Tomorrow we will get direction..

    Comment by Deb — November 1, 2010 @ 1:43 pm

  2. This is really very interesting. And, in looking at the description of your website and the banner above, it seems that you like to incorporate Elliott waves into your analysis. However, I don’t really understand how you are combining the to here. Is there an Elliott wave count to go along with the chart above?

    The reason why ask is because I’m a very big fan of technical analysis. I know that some people may shy away from using technical analysis to make some sense of the markets. But, they can probably find some really good reasons for getting technical analysis training by going to the webpage below.

    http://technicalanalysistips.com/3-reasons-you-should-get-technical-analysis-training/

    Comment by Clarisa Dortch — November 23, 2010 @ 9:26 am

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