Sunday, October 24, 2010

October 25 is a Bradley date

While lost wandering the forest called the internet I came upon information about Donald Bradley and his method of stock analysis.

Bradley Siderograph - developed in the 1940's by Donald Bradley to forecast the stock markets. Bradley assigned numerical values to certain planetary constellations for every day, and the sum is the siderograph. The siderograph can not reliably predict the direction but only turning points within a time window of +/- 4 calendar days. Inversions (i.e. a high instead of a low and vice versa) are quite common.

Others have added  "pivot points" and "dominant market cycle " to the Bradley projections. 

Pivot Points - despite what many people believe, stock market movements are not a random walk. The market does move in cycles. The basis for Elliot Wave Theory is market cycles. Trendlines, one of the oldest forms of chart analysis, are formed across peaks and valleys called pivot points, relative highs and lows on a chart. SMT's proprietary Pivot Point algorithm attempts to forecast the next short-term reversal point.

Dominant Market Cycle - In his book "The Profit Magic of Stock Transaction Timing", J.M. Hurst claims proof that stocks fall in defined cycles. Cycle lengths are calculated from top to top and from top to bottom. The DMC is useful in predicting the next trend change date. Trend changes may also occur around half cycle dates.

I see Bradly Siderograph is looking for a market change around 11/15-16 (+/- 4 days) which corresponds to the likely top of the 40.68 month cycle on 11/19.  I make no claim as to the accuracy of these predictions, but found them interesting and am sharing them with you.

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