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.