May 2012 Spiral Calendar Scores Chart

Posted: April 25th, 2012 under Predictions, Spiraldate Score Charts, Stocks.

Spiral Calendar Daily Scores For US Stocks For May 2012 spiral calendar scores for May 2012 show a total of five sharp peaks on the 6th, 10th, 14th, 23rd and 27th. Note that peaks in the score are supposedly more likely turn dates (highs OR lows) in the market.

Scores for April 2012 showed show a broad peak from the 5th-8th, missing the actual low on the 10th, and multiple higher sharper peaks on the 17th, 22nd-23rd, and 26th with the jury still out on the latter.

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  1. Dave, when are you going to post June’s chart? Wondering if we get a trough for June 5-6 and a crest for June 10-12. If so we should be prepared for a potentially nasty correction into end of June/early July…IMHO…

    Comment by Karen — May 24, 2012 @ 3:52 pm

  2. Thank you for posting these charts. I’d love to learn how to generate them… Could you show us how it’s done? Looking forward to seeing the results of your program! Again, thank you.

    Comment by Itchy Mocha — May 26, 2012 @ 5:22 am

  3. I have two methods that both use the same underlying math from Chris Carolan’s book Spiral Calendar.
    Spiral calendar intervals are calculated by multiplying the number of days in a synodic month (new moon to new moon 29.53 days approx) by the square root of a Fibonacci number: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55, etc.
    The theory is that market turns, highs or lows, are related to each other by these spiral calendar intervals more likely than would be the case by chance.

    Method 1 is a spreadsheet with columns equal to the spiral calendar intervals and a row for each past market high or low (chosen by inspecting a chart).
    The body of the spreadsheet is a mass of dates that match a spiral calendar interval from a previous high or low.
    You then look for clusters of such alignments. This is what I do for the monthly spiral calendar score charts – calculate the daily number of spiral alignments during the month, then apply a smoothing (add half the day before and the day after to each day) to produce the graph.

    Method 2 is an indicator written in AFL for the Amibroker platform that shows spiral clusters for any symbol with a sufficient length of past data. This chooses highs and lows algorithmically instead of a person choosing them. It also uses a short term simple moving average to determine whether the market is likely to turn higher or lower at any upcoming or current spiral clusters. The AFL code also calculates the chance of random dates picking as many highs or lows as the spiral clusters do.
    Look at past posts to see examples of the Amibroker charts.


    Comment by Admin — May 26, 2012 @ 10:11 am

  4. […] Note that peaks in the score are supposedly more likely turn dates (highs OR lows) in the market. Scores for May 2012 showed several peaks, and with the market in a downward trend there were no major turns during the […]

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