Nov 9-10 or Scorpio Moon Low is Due Soon

By: Ian Thijm | Tue, Nov 10, 2015
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In my last public post, I was looking for "a 9/21 lower High (lower than 9/17H) and start a relatively sharp decline."

Actual: From the 9/21 lower High, we declined sharply into a 9/29 major swing Low.

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Most recently, I had a 11/2 geometric time CIT and the 11/3 1.50 pm hourly CIT (green vertical Line on chart) that was the 11/3H. We have now declined into the 11/8-9 Solar & Geometric time CIT suggesting a 11/9-10L. The hourly CIT of that same 11/9 Geo daily CIT is due today 11/10 at 12.451.50 pm. Will this be the Low of the Move or another short term High? We will find out today, if the current decline will reverse higher or will it continue to decline into the next Vedic debilitated Scorpio Moon, which I will elaborate on in the next Time and Cycles Update.

 


 

Ian Thijm

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Ian Thijm BSc, MBA
Raj Times and Cycles

My first experience with the Stock-markets was during my MBA in August 1987, right before the 87 crash. Needless to say I fell in love with the markets and studied everything I could on Timing and Cycles in the Markets, including Gann, Bayer, Baumring, Astrology, Geometry, etc. Although I loved the markets, the markets didn't love me the 1st 7 years. Then I found a unique "Ezekiel Wheel" (Symmetry Point Cycle) based on the works of James Brock and in October 1994, I turned $5000 into over $112,000 in one month. I thought I had found the Golden Key to unlock all the market profits, but the markets again humbled me. I spent the next 7 years studying and researching various unique Time and Cycle methods. Then in June 2000, I met my Partner and I became a full time Investment Manager. Life, like Markets goes through Cycles and the next 7 years, I had the most valuable, enriching lessons in my life with Markets, People and managing Money. It was very enlightening. This brings us to the present day, where I feel the need to share and teach what I have learned and that is what this blog and website is all about. I hope it is worthwhile to you.

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