Wall Street full of Analcysts, I’m Going with an Astrologer
Opinions are like bungholes, everybody’s got one. Especially when it comes to stocks and the market.
I ran across a blogger today who has a different spin than I have read before.
I don’t devote a lot of time to studying the astrology of the stock market, but here’s my take on things. First, I look at Saturn to get an overall feel for the financial mood in the sky. Saturn’s been in Leo for a little over two years, a fixed sign. It’s been periodically finding itself in opposition to Neptune in Aquarius, another fixed sign. Last year, it also found itself squaring Jupiter by sign (Jupiter was in Scorpio). Add it all up, and what you get is a lot of stuck, fixed sign action in 2006, somewhat but not completely eased through much of 2007.
Then she writes about Jupiter moving into Uranus, and Sagittarius and Virgo getting in close proximity, Pluto indicates to Goofy that things will change (or not.) Saturn will pass Chevrolet and create optimism (or not.)
I don’t plan to pull huge wads of money out of the stock market just yet myself, but I do take note of the fact that when times get economically stressful (as they inevitably do from time to time), the stock market isn’t always the best place to be. The United States is currently waging an expensive overseas war while attempting to maintain Republican tax cuts.
Oh wait, never mind, this astrologer is sounding just like your typical Wall Street Analcyst.
Read this piece of wisdom:
I’m old enough now to have learned that what goes around really does come around.
Anybody read Tarot cards?
I get my stock picks from a monkey throwing darts.
At least your monkey isn’t throwing feces. Oh, good pick: Waste Management!