August 2012 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Scores Chart

Posted: July 28th, 2012 under Predictions, Spiraldate Score Charts, Stocks.

Spiral Calendar Daily Scores For US Stocks For August 2012

Spiraldates.com spiral calendar scores for August 2012 show several sharp peaks on the 5th, 9th-10th, 15th, 19th-20th, and 30th and one large one on the 23rd-24th. Unlike the large broad peak from July 25th-28th the one this month from the 23rd-24th is made up of shorter-term spirals with the longest being f20 from December 30th, 2005. There is also the f34 spiral from the 1819 panic that I show as matching “2012.6” which would be near August 8th approximately. Note that peaks in the score are supposedly more likely turn dates (highs OR lows) in the market.

Scores for July 2012 score peaks on the 12th and 25th matched well with the actual lows on the 12th and 24th, but nothing matched the intervening highs.
The July 25th-28th broad peak could be interpreted as two peaks merged together, with the 25th matching the low on July 24th, and the other peak on July 27th-28th would predict a high right now coincident with the start of the Olympics.

Explanation for new visitors: See June 2010 Post.

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  1. Noting the f34 from the 1819 panic hitting on Aug. 8, would you care to comment on Chris Carolan’s observation in his book, pg 47, that:

    “There is a proportional relationship between the size of a Spiral Calendar sequence number, the degree, and the resulting magnitude of the market turn”.

    Does your work support this idea of proportionality?

    This also is the 25 year cycle anniversaries of the tops prior to the 1987 crash, the 62 crash, the 37 crash and the 1912, etc crashes.

    BTW, just learning and reading Carolan’s book, and very much appreciate your work and site.

    Thanks

    Mike

    Comment by Mike — July 31, 2012 @ 7:41 am

  2. I don’t have any evidence either way on the size or degree of the spiral and the size of the turn. I’m just beginning to look at spirals in a more statistical way, and I have yet to find anything that can’t be explained by chance. See my April 1st post.

    Dave

    Comment by Admin — July 31, 2012 @ 7:20 pm

  3. After many amazing matches in 2012, the last couple of months have once again turned into a lottery. Way too many corrupt components interfering and dictating the markets these days. Nothing makes sense anymore – it’s just one big gamble. My best bet has been sticking with and closely observing (via a watchlist) the stocks/companies I know, and then be patient, because many of these stock values run in constant up and down cycles, year after year (unless a company goes bankrupt, of course 🙂

    Comment by DK — August 1, 2012 @ 7:01 pm

  4. I really wish you would create a more informational tutorial for really dumb people like myself. I find your site interesting, but feel I am still digging around searching for really how to understand everything. I read the previous posts,etc. but still am a bit lost on how to implement this stuff like with the week we just had ending on Aug 17th….so are we expecting a change in trend starting Monday and does each change in lower/higher peak mean a potential reversal….I assume a higher number of 4 means more powerful than say a 0.5 you really should make a easy to understand tutorial FWIW

    Comment by Jim — August 18, 2012 @ 4:09 pm

  5. Jim – I will try and come up with a better explanation – in the meantime I would recommend getting Chris Carolan’s book The Spiral Calendar.

    In a nutshell, the peaks on the spiral scores chart – higher numbers, for example this month Aug 23rd and 24th coming up Thursday and Friday this week, supposedly stand a higher than normal chance of being a market turn. In this case with the market drifting higher on small volume, one would expect a top near those dates.

    Dave

    Comment by Admin — August 21, 2012 @ 7:11 am

  6. Again, spot on this month Dave!! Every turn pretty much exact!! I’m looking for another turn around Sept 6th, wondering if this will be a high or low??

    Comment by Karen — August 22, 2012 @ 6:22 am

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  9. Je prends la peine de publier un petit commentaire uniquement pour remercier l’admin

    Comment by Zelda — June 2, 2014 @ 4:35 pm

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