DJIA falls from 21,637 to 21,580, losing 0.3% in 1 week.
Why no Crash
The Mars-centered Ephemeris depicts 7 Mars interactions which make Mars active. Despite theoretical Mars Combustion (Mars influence diminishing from mid June 2017), Mars is in fact invigorated through these interactions. An invigorated Mars is able to erase negative influence of the several features enumerated in the preceding posts.
My attention has been too much engrossed by the presence of the bearish features, and gets deluded by theoretical Mars Combustion. Intelligent readers may have come to a different conclusion (different from mine) on the market trend of the first 3 weeks of July 2017 from the information provided in the posts of this blog.
Planetary patterns are always correct because the planets’ positions can be computed. But interpretation can go wrong depending on the adroitness of the analysts.
Projection for coming week
By now, the 7 Mars interactions are over. An active Mars is becoming stable (i.e. Mars is no longer active), so that Mars Combustion (which is a bearish feature) is becoming effective.
The still sharply negative features are:
[Uranus Opposition Jupiter]
[Saturn 600 Jupiter] or [Saturn Conjunction Jup FT].
A weakened Mars plus very negative features will create a significantly bearish week commencing Mon 24 July 2017. An 83-year cycle projection is appended.
Despite bearish expectation for the coming days, it is difficult to envisage a Crash in July month. Readers please look for better analysts elsewhere. Accordingly, I will close down this blog in the 2nd week of Aug 2017.