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Bradley siderograph 2013

The Bradley siderographDer Bradley-Siderograph ist ein astrologisches Modell, welches von Donald Bradley in den 1940ern zur Aktienmarktprognose entwickelt wurde. is still the favorite of site visitors, below please find the standard model for 2013.

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It's eye-catching in the chart 2013 that there are many tiny spikes. Actually one could mark 11 dates in the standard model between February & June 2013. With a window of +/- 1 weekIn the Amanita prognostications, timing is almost always more important, reliable & precise compared to prices. When not explicitly stated otherwise, the standard window for all time projections is +/- 1 week, with the exception of the Amanita pivots (+/- 1-2 days). almost every day would be marked as a potential turn - which is meaningless. Moreover, with such flat counter-trends even a tiny change in the formula leads to date change, making the turning dates not statistically not robust at all.

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In the past 5 years the long-termLong-term means a time horizon of years. reversals (at least 1.5 year-extremes) in the Bradley siderographDer Bradley-Siderograph ist ein astrologisches Modell, welches von Donald Bradley in den 1940ern zur Aktienmarktprognose entwickelt wurde. mostly had the correct polarity - albeit with a window of +/- 1 month (or even more). Examples:

From Q2/2009 until early 2012 we had a strong negative correlation of intermediate-termintermediate term means a time horizon of 1-3 months. reversals, i.e. ‘normal' Bradley highs were lows in stocks & the other inflation marketsToday the Inflation markets are commodities & equities, which usully have a high correlation with global liquidity. (and vice versa). This ‘paradoxical' reaction seems to be correlated with the crack-up boom that started in the second quarter of 2009. ‘Crack-up boom' is a paradoxical oxymoron (like ‘irregular pattern') for a paradoxical time. With the fading out of the crack-up boom in late 2011/ early 2012 this correlation is also fading now. In the period of transition 2012/13 we presumably neither have a reliable positive nor negative correlation, i.e. only the dates count (without a polarity).

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