Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Tuesday March two day crucial trading hours

Travels : Caution

Trades : Ok. Subject to your personal luck and skill market will provide opportunities.

It Can be a day of interesting surprises. Everything is possible.

All times CST Central Time

9 AM Turning point
11 to 11:13 AM Interesting
12 PM Turning point
1:38 PM Harmony
2:15 PM Balance


Sorry I have been confused with timings and from Tomorrow I will post with more precision as I have had some conflicts with GMT EST and CST and day light hours.

PS: As you may note we can post times for certain specific markets if possible.
For Nasdaq + NQ + QQQQ I should have posted 12.13 12.53 AM 2.38 3.15 pm
and for Futures tonight 9.20/9.30 and 10.12 PM and 710 AM for Wed all CST.

Please know that we can not succeed with assumptions. Perceptions formed based on experience are more useful than what we hear or read or believe. Planetary influences can be very treacherous and that is why the treacherous moves in the markets, that are presented each day or hour.
What you were thinking may not be true!! So always keep a contrarian argument to harmonize the perception.
A retrograde or direct planet can reverse all what others have been calculating.
For example, Mars turns direct on March 10th but its impact may be due after 2/3 days.


PS: Position of SLB has come out to be as it was showing yesterday. People who listened carefully last week have made very good gains today so you can not complain:)

I will post from tomorrow TIMING for Nasdaq, Dow Jones and in some cases S&P as that could make more sense. I have been posting timing of general market and this has to be adjusted as per the needs and can vary 20 to 30 minutes -+.
More later...

8 comments:

Dan said...

Absolutely accurate and to the point. I love it. Thank you for helping me make my day:)

Anonymous said...

Very good & usefull information

Anonymous said...

I can't believe your predication are so accurate. Keep up the good work.

astralguide said...

I will post from tomorrow TIMING for Nasdaq, Dow Jones and in some cases S&P as that could make more sense. I have been posting timing of general market and this has to be adjusted as per the needs and can vary 20 to 30 minutes -+.

Anonymous said...

Your timing info is very accurate.Can you post for USD Index?

astralguide said...

Hello Anonymous
Can you click on FOLLOW this blog or post your name or initials to reply you.
I would post my projection for USD Index or rather for the US Currency.

Anonymous said...

Astral,

Thank you for your excellent info.... I was hoping to inquire your thoughts on FCX as it is a copper and gold stock that seems to trend well with the market (S&P in particular. TIA

R

astralguide said...

Hello TIA
Sure will get back on FCX asap. I am going to check and report it on this public blog.
I deliberately do not project too long but a short term projection for swing can be done:)

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