January 2013 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Scores Chart

Posted: January 2nd, 2013 under Predictions, Spiraldate Score Charts, Stocks.

Spiral Calendar Daily Scores For US Stocks For January 2013

Spiraldates.com spiral calendar scores for January 2013 show three distinct peaks on Jan 7th, Jan 17th-18th, and over the weekend of Jan 26th-27th.
Given the 3% rally on Jan 2nd after the fiscal cliff euphoria, Jan 7th is most likely to be a significant top, possibly C of ii of the bear market wave down from the September 14th, 2012 high.
Note that gray dots indicate weekends and red squares indicate a market holiday.

Spiraldates.com spiral calendar scores for December 2012 show three high peaks (potential market highs or lows) on December 6th-7th, 15th-16th (on a weekend), and the 28th.
There was also the end of the Mayan long count on December 21st.
The market made a high on Dec 18th, and lows near the spiral calendar peak dates.

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  1. Thank you!!

    Comment by V.K — January 2, 2013 @ 7:45 pm

  2. Thanks Dave. It is really nice to see the January chart. While still trying to map the Indian markets with the chart for the last 2 months, I have started getting a pretty good hang of it and it should benefit in the longer run….. how about moving to publishing quarterly and yearly charts as well :-). Guess, have started getting a bit too greedy!!

    Comment by RD — January 5, 2013 @ 3:06 am

  3. I may be able to roll up the manual monthly charts into quarterly and yearly also, although I am not sure they are much use.
    The peaks in the score are just likely turning points so until you have the actual price action (rising, falling or flat) immediately prior to a turn, there’s no way of knowing which way things are likely to go.
    I also have Amibroker software that creates charts automatically for any time series, but it is still beta quality and I’m not ready to release it yet. This would not be a free item so I am interested in whether or not people would be willing to pay for such software and if so how much?


    Comment by Admin — January 5, 2013 @ 11:59 am


    Comment by MARCELLO — January 10, 2013 @ 7:41 am

  5. The best free EW blog I know of that posts daily counts is http://danericselliottwaves.blogspot.com/.
    I think his counts are at least as accurate as EWI, and sometimes better as EWI tends to color everything in light of the expected huge decline approaching and has been early, early, early with the bearish forecasts.


    Comment by Admin — January 10, 2013 @ 7:58 am

  6. A quick query: I was not able to understand that when the days show flat with a small dip (as in the chart for 14th and 15th Jan), if the market has rallied a lot on 14th (as in the case of Indian markets, which shot up today), what is the most likely scenario for the 17th and 18th, does it mean that we are looking at a far bigger jump / breakout on 17th and 18th as the chart shows a peak on those days!

    Comment by RD — January 14, 2013 @ 3:49 am

  7. The chart is not a price forecast – so peaks do not necessarily indicate highs.
    The score chart peaks are likely turn days, that may be a high or a low depending on recent price action.
    In the current case, the rally indicates the 17th/18th will likely be a top.
    Probably those markets that saw a big move yesterday/today, that was wave 3 of the rally and there is still
    the remainder of 4 and 5 to come before a top on the 17th/18th.
    However sometimes the turn indicated by the scores chart is a wave 3 high or low itself, and there is more upside or downside after the score peak.
    In the case of the US equity markets, we have been wedging higher on weaker internals and extreme optimism (low VIX) that indicates we are close to a top.


    Comment by Admin — January 14, 2013 @ 7:19 pm

  8. Hi, Is 6 an above average number of dates or a very large number? What is you experience with the # of coinciding dates with colleration on the dow/spy moves, i.e. the bigger the number, the bigger the move? Thanks for your work. And from the look of things with this “6” date number, buckle up!

    Comment by Liam — January 15, 2013 @ 6:56 pm

  9. Well 6 is not that high as these smoothed scores go – to get the smoothed score I add half the number of spiral calendar alignments from the two days either side to the spiral calendar alignments for the day itself.
    I have no opinion on whether higher scores mean larger tops/bottoms or even if they make a top or bottom more likely.


    Comment by Admin — January 16, 2013 @ 6:59 pm

  10. I Dave,
    Thank you for posting these each month. The charts are every helpful to all of us. Has there been any conclusion drawn on the significance of higher numbers versus the lower numbers…..meaning if we are in an upward trending market and lets say the 17-18 was a high around 1485 with spiral date of 6 and then the 26th is a spiral date of 4.5, could one interpret… that if we get another high it will be a lower high (below) 1485 via smaller spiral date of 4.5 or could we still reach further highs above 1485 ?
    thank you

    Comment by joe — January 22, 2013 @ 6:26 am

  11. As per spiral chart today or Monday is the top..

    Comment by Deb — January 25, 2013 @ 9:41 am

  12. So the highest score on the chart produced no change??

    Comment by Chris — January 26, 2013 @ 10:24 am

  13. Since I’m following this chart in this blog last few years, I have seen any peak points in the chart produce a swing point, either higher swing or lower swing of the stock market. It is not like the top or bottom of the stock market. Like this spiral score 4.5 will produce a market correction until next spiral score peak as we are already in the top of the up swing. After this correction , we might again start up leg..
    This is my interpretation of this chart from my experience..

    Comment by Deb — January 26, 2013 @ 6:39 pm

  14. Can you please post the spiradates for Feb? Feb 1st is friday of next week. TIA

    Comment by Pcp — January 27, 2013 @ 7:24 am

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