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Sunday, December 14, 2014

Nifty Astro Outlook December 15 to 19, 2014

The week begins with Uranus and Pluto square for the sixth time, on December 15, 2014. We had observed how Jupiter becoming retrograde had robbed the markets of some bullishness.And this had precipitated a market top on December 04/05 itself, when Venus and Jupiter were in waxing trine to each other.Since aspects are basically energy transfers, this interaction and early arrivals are to be expected.We see  the same thing happening with cycles. If a cycle is due in 10 days, but if a bigger cycle is due immediately, the smaller cycle is forced to fall along with the larger cycle. Opposite is true if the larger cycle is due some ten days away and the smaller cycle is due now. Larger cycle tend to force the smaller cycle to expand and bottom out some where in between the 10 day period.
Another aspect, in fact the last of the Jupiterean aspects for a while, is Sun trine with Jupiter. Since both are in Mercury stars, the effect may not be very large.
This means the negative energy of Pluto square Uranus, retro Jupiter and after effects of Sun conjunct Mercury..should dominate this week. If any bounce happens it could be the Sun Jupiter trine in play, but I do not expect it to be very high..
8300 or 8350 should be a good first target.   But the medium term trend astro wise is down.
By the weekend, Venus squares Uranus and conjuncts Pluto. This is a powerful, impactful event which should manifest as an upmove in a falling market, but with a lag.Since, by December 23, Venus squares Rahu,   Moon squares Rahu and Mars trines Rahu, we may expect a good improvement in the period just after December 24. In other words, let us not carry shorts post Christmas !

2 comments:

  1. What birth date have you used for Nifty. Does the alignment look the same for BNifty? Is there a free s/w that I can use to generate the positions? Thx

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    1. Dear Shiva,
      Have posted the Bank Nifty astro chart and dasa effects. Yo can see for yourself how it relates to Nifty.

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