The new Moon of September 18th will produce stunning astrological correlations with the Dow Jones chart of May 17, 1792 at 7:52 AM in New York City (rectified by Alphee Lavoie)
Notice that Mars in the new moon chart tightly conjuncts the Dow Jones Ascendant while Saturn conjuncts the IC and Uranus conjuncts the midheaven — all within 40 minutes of arc.
Saturn also conjuncts the new moon and Uranus opposes it.
The following three graphs are based on a study of the Dow Jones from 1928 to September 2009
Saturn conjunct the natal IC of the Dow Jones which went down twice and up twice
Uranus conjunct the natal MC of the Dow Jones and the market went down one time
Mars conjunct the natal Ascendant of the Dow Jones and the market went down 19 times and up 30 times
My method of rating the strength of the Dow Jones produced the following graph.
It shows that somewhere around the new moon there will be a top and then the market will take a downturn.
From past history transiting Saturn conjunct the new moon produced a top three out of four times.
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The Following Graph is an Optimized Bradley for September to the end of the year
All indicates that we could see a top around the New Moon. BUT BE CAREFUL around the last couple of days of September and the beginning of October.