It's been a while since I did a market update, and with the September Equinox and Eclipse season 2.0 just round the corner, I though it was time to take a look at the charts again to see what trends and conditions may lie ahead for both stocks and crypto between now and the end… Continue reading There may be Trouble Ahead…
Many financial analysts in the crypto space, including Zak Mir, feel that the next two to six weeks will be pivotal for Bitcoin - if it is to make new All Time Highs this year, despite rate hikes and increasing volatility on the equity markets, then it needs to start moving back into an uptrend… Continue reading Make or Break Time for Bitcoin?
What's the likely outcome of Mercury's next plot twist in the Brexit saga? A lot has happened in British politics since my last blog post just a week or two ago. Not only has Libran, Theresa May, backed down from her rather hardline stance at the beginning of last week, to be replaced by a… Continue reading Brexit: the Next Episode
Last month, we witnessed the annual stationing of Pluto, once again in the sign of Capricorn, on April the 10th /11th. Coming on the back of the double-whammy of the Mercury and Mars retrogrades, which resulted in major travel delays, loss of data, and a distinct decrease in physical vitality or the ability to make good progress, this stationing also coincided with the resignation of arch-conservative Republican candidate, Rick Santorum, from… Continue reading Astrological Review of April 2012
Towards the end of March, we experienced a challenging Sun-Pluto square in cardinal signs. In the UK, this coincided with a petrol shortage scare which sent thousands of people rushing to the pumps to fill up with fuel for fear that a proposed fuel haulage drivers' strike over the Easter holidays would lead to a scarcity of fuel.… Continue reading Astrological Review of March 2012
The September Autumn Equinox saw the return to prominence of many issues that were topical around the March 2011 Spring Equinox, including the Arab democratic uprisings, the publication of a raft of recommended changes to UK banking laws, and the fate of the US and Eurozone economies. Rather fittingly from an astrological standpoint, these events corresponded with the stationing of Pluto in Capricorn (17th); retrograde since May 2011, which many astrologers consider to symbolise the need for major reform of the world’s financial and political institutions, as well as the… Continue reading Astrological Review of September 2011
No sooner had the phone hacking scandal dissipated then the UK was hit by global stock market volatility with European and American shares falling to record lows in the wake of uncertainty about US and Italian national debts at the start of August. A few days later, a number of flashmobs and riots broke out, starting in Tottenham, London on the 6th, soon spreading across the UK the following week, accompanied by wholesale looting of certain high street shops . At the time, Pluto and Uranus in cardinal signs came within… Continue reading Mars-Pluto & the 2011 London Riots