Author: Raymond Merriman
Raymond Merriman is the President of the Merriman Market Analyst and founder of the Merriman Market Timing Academy. He is a registered Commodities Trading Adviser (CTA) with the National Futures Association. Raymond is a financial market analyst and has been the editor of the MMA Cycles Report, a monthly market advisory newsletter, since 1982. He also writes daily and weekly reports for more active traders.
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Basic Principles of Geocosmic Studies For Financial Market Timing
The perfect place to begin one’s study of Financial Astrology. Written especially for those interested in financial market timing, but who have little knowledge of the field of astrology.
Geocosmic signatures, as described in this book, may be the most precise indicators available in the area of market timing.
Written in a simple, easy to understand style, this book will walk you clearly through each step of determining a “critical reversal date.” It includes a section on the correlation of astrological signs and planets to various stock market sectors.
At last, a beginning primer on astrology written especially for those interested in financial market timing.
Geocosmic signatures, as described in this book, may be the most precise indicators available in the area of market timing. However, learning the nature of geocosmic signatures, particularly as they pertain to financial market timing, has never been an easy process – until now. If your interest in geocosmics is purely for purposes of market timing, then this book will show you the very easiest way to get started. It bypasses the need for individual horoscopes (so necessary to the field of general astrology) and takes you directly to the relevant essentials of market timing: aspects, ingresses, and stations.
Written in a simple, easy to understand style, this book will walk you clearly through each step of determining a “critical reversal date.” It will show you how to use an ephemeris, an aspectarian, how to calculate aspects, spot ingresses and stations, and how to identify a “cluster”. The section on the correspondence of planetary cycles to cycles in human activity may be of special interest to students of both astrology and cycles.