Since long investors, traders and business people have been using financial astrology for timing of their trades, and business ventures. Astrology readings have also been helpful in taking decisions for major projects, and also in choosing the best suited business sector. As time passed and the demand of financial astrology increased; sub branches of financial astrology emerged in the shape of business astrology, economic astrology etc. The volatility of financial markets like stock exchange, commodity market etc. are dealt under economic astrology or astro-economics. In current article, I would like to share my views on Indian Stock Market (specifically Nifty) in the light of vedic astrology readings of Indian Horoscope.The vedic horoscope of India, used by me, is based upon 15 August 1947; Time 00.01 AM, Place-Delhi. And, the Natal Birth Chart (Lagna Chart) of Indian Horoscope is placed below with comments on forth-coming economic changes in Indian Stock Market, preferably Nifty.
At present, the Antardasa (sub-period) of Rahu (North Node) in Sun’s Mahadasa (main-period) is operational on Indian Horoscope. The Rahu AD (Antardasa) started from 29 October 2010 and since then, the Indian Stock Market is facing strong downfall in Nifty and Sensex. Rahu is exalted in lagna and as per traditional astrology – it should have given good results for the India during its AD in MD of fourth lord Sun. But, actually Rahu has occupied the sign of combust Venus and has gone to twelfth house in Navamsha Chart. And, vedic astrology readings were not indicating any significant strength and support in transit also. Therefore, the known persons and regular clients of mine have been suggested to remain short in Indian Stock Market.
The Vedic astrology readings of India horoscope are further indicating that from 23 September 2011 onwards, the antardasa of Jupiter will be operational in Sun Mahadasa.In Natal Birth Chart of India, Jupiter has occupied sixth house in Venus zodiac; and vedic astrology readings suggest this to be auspicious for Banking, Pharmaceutical, Infrasture and Energy sectors. While the sectors related to Real Estate, Auto, FMCG and Capital Goods may remain sluggish. Overall, the Sun/Jupiter bhukti may not be giving any significant rise to Indian Stock Market; however, it will decide the bottom and the level of support for Nifty and Sensex.
The volatility will be more from 23 September 2011 onwards; and till end of October 2011 – there may be some sharp and temporary upside movements in Nifty/Sensex. While from November 2011 onwards, the markets will again start following the downside trend, which started from January 2011. The safe sectors for investing will be Banking, Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure and Energy. It wont be easy for these sectors to sustain during overall down trend; however, some short term opportunities can be worked out. For instance, at present one should try to find opportunities to go long in these sectors; and try to book profits around Diwali. The short term upside movement in Nifty/Sensex is expected due to operation of Jupiter PD (sub-sub-period) in Sun/Jupiter bhukti. And, as such Jupiter fully represents the financial and pharmaceutical sector; there are strong chances of having an uprise in these segments of Indian Stock Market. 4500 is taken as support of Nifty by many traders and brokers; and current Nifty is trading around 250-300 points above the support. The popular current resistance level is around 5200 while Nifty closed at 4867 on 23 September 2011. So,the position is such that noone would like to take any major risk. However, this is the time when big fishes start planning their next move; which is likely to in affirmation with the current down trend. Well, this is my assumption and don’t have any significant mastery in trading; but the indicators of financial astrology are adding some support to this conclusion.
The suggested strategy during current circumstances should be to:
- Start covering your shorts from Monday onwards; or at least place a stop-loss at current profitable trades so that any sudden upside movement does not eat your profits.
- Those having short positions in Banking, Pharmaceuticals, Infra and Energy Sectors should be very careful; while for other sectors one may take some risk.
- Start looking for short-term opportunities in long side during the month of October 2011. I am expecting a short-term upside movement in Nifty and Sensex between 29 September 2011 to 31 October 2011.
- Mid December 2011 to January 2012 is looking good period for day trading. Overall, the trend is likely to be sideways down during this period. That is the bulls and bears will start making their moves. Chances of Bears winning are quite prominent.