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smorovich
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S&P 500 Geometry

Post by smorovich » Sat Mar 17, 2018 11:40 am

There are some interesting squares applied to S&P 500 chart using numbers like Phi, sqrt(3) and e.
In the attached charts I rotated initial swing, which was used to create the squares, and got the supporting trendline for several years.
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Re: S&P 500 Geometry

Post by smorovich » Sun May 17, 2020 11:59 am

The distance between two extremes in a swing represents the Earth's orbit around Sun radius.
The Venus' radius is 1/sqrt(2) of Earth's radius.
The Mercury's radius is 1/(1.618+1) of Earth's radius.
Here are several charts of daily S&P 500 with surprising hits in the future!
$SPX-D-SquareRootCircles-05172020-A.jpg
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Re: S&P 500 Geometry

Post by ForJL » Tue May 19, 2020 4:13 pm

Excellent work! Hope we get a chance to see more of it.

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