The Magic of 150 Months Cycle

SP:SPX   S&P 500 Index
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The basic point is that a period of 150 months (12.5 years) shows up in lots of places as the time distance between several important turning points for stock prices. The price data in the chart this week is the log value of the monthly close of the DJIA             . Using log scaling allows us to better see the turning points without the effect of arithmetic scaling interfering with the view.

Readers should understand that this is not meant to show a 150-month cycle persisting throughout history. Rather, it is an interesting coincidence that if you count forward by about 150 months from almost any major price turning point (high or low), you find another one, although not necessarily of the same type. There are probably even more such relationships than just the ones shown here.

the index is also hitting 150% Fib Expansion 2009 low - May 2011 high and Oct 2011 low. Also 162% Fib Extension of 2007 high 2009 low
TASAVANT Sachinsyd
Did not see, interesting
I think it's just a coincidence. What about 2009?
Subtracting 150 months gets us in the vicinity of Monday, 2 September 1996.....there was a little dip that year in July....adding 150 to that date would get us at Monday, 2 September 1996....So roughly the cycle seems to work....this cycle ending together with the Shemitah cycle around the same period....I dont think cycles are coincidence and believe in the law of vibration....Most important question how do you trade it and bank some coin if the cycle really manifests itself .
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