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  1. dee says:

    waiting with baited breath for your 1st week of october blog. hope there is good news over the weekend

  2. dee says:

    sep predictions were very helpful

  3. roni says:

    hi
    your blog is fantastic !
    i wonder what is yur prediction for april
    and when do u see the bottem of this year for the markets
    tnx again πŸ™‚ roni

    • tolstunka says:

      Glad u like it! πŸ™‚
      I am planning to do Q2 predictions in the next couple of weeks, so that shd cover April. Not sure abt the “exact” bottom–I’d have to carefully examine all the remaining dates to try to figure it out. That said, summer looks stressful to me, as I mentioned in the Q1 predictions–I think we will likely see several dips (like the during the weeks of June 18, July 16, and Aug 13). Also, mid-to-end of Nov looks stressful–for ex., Nov 26-27.

  4. roni says:

    hello
    tnk u for your quick reply πŸ™‚ i agree with u coz i know there is gonna be a stressful 90 angle durring june [uranus & pluto] and many planets ll join them
    as u said this night nasdaq made a huge rally to the top as we saw. and i m waiting now to take the short . many astrologers are claming for turn point in the markets from tomorow
    i ll love to hear from u also if u hv thoughts about gold and oil many tnks

  5. saichon says:

    Very interested in your prediction.
    Would you mind if I translate your prediction to Thai language?
    Let me know that you allow it.
    Thank you.

  6. Elly says:

    Your blog is fantastic and very structured. I am a big fan of financial astrology in Hong Kong. Do you use 10: 30 AM , May 17 , 1792 as the birth chart of NYSE?

    Once again . very impressed by your blog!!

    Well done. and Thanks for the selfless sharing!!!

  7. I am interested in your post.
    If you don’t mind.
    Could you explain how to?
    Thank you for your posts.

    • tolstunka says:

      Thanks for your interest. Do you mean, how to use astrology to make predictions?

      • Saichon Uran says:

        YES

      • tolstunka says:

        I tried to elaborate a bit more on the planetary aspects that I thought were relevant for July 31 and Aug 1 2014 in my latest post (predictions for Aug 1, 2014). I am happy to share my general approach as well–should probably write a separate post or make a video. In sum, for these blog posts I simply check planetary positions for a given day–like which signs the planets are currently in and what aspects they are forming to each other and/or to sensitive points in the horoscope of a country (e.g., USA). Daily positions of transiting planets can be found in ephemeris (do a search for “ephemeris 2014” for example). Other indicators, such as eclipses, can be used as well, but I mostly just look at planetary transits.

        A more technical approach would be to analyze astro data using analytic software and look for trends–this would be more reliable and could identify more complex relationships between astro data and market moves beyond the obvious patterns/correlations that can be spotted by simply looking at a piece of paper.

        Hope this helps πŸ™‚

  8. Dee says:

    Hi, I need help with health and a major life decision. Could you please let me know how I can email you? I hope you can help. Thank you.

    • tolstunka says:

      Hi there… thanks for your interest… I don’t offer astrological services (at least not at this time). I may be able to answer some specific quick astro-related question… If I have the time in the next few days, I’ll email you at the address indicated in your WordPress user profile (shown to the blog author when someone comments).

  9. aLLy says:

    Hi tolstunka!

    I’ve been following your blog not long ago and I’m totally impressed and amazed on how you came up with your predictions.Although your blog is about global markets, I can’t help but skip some parts that are not Gold-related. Nevertheless, I gain a long-term view with your posts that’s why I am so very thankful to have stumbled upon your website.

    If it’s not too much, can you tell me where you learned all this stuff? I’m very interested on Financial Astrology and would like to integrate that into my daily life.

    Hope to hear from you soon!

    • tolstunka says:

      Thanks 😊

      Astrology helps with cycle and pattern recognition. It can be used alone or with other tools, such as predictive modeling. For daily life, I would look for patterns using past events (e.g., what are the similarities in the astro charts of people that you like the most, which planetary transits [or solar arcs, or planetary progressions] coincided with important events in your life, etc.). Then, when similar planetary influences come up again, you can expect a similar situation to repeat.

      For ex., Jupiter (abundance, expansion, foreign connections, higher education, religion) returns to its place in the natal chart every 12 yrs. So, every 12 years (i.e., around the age of 12, 24, 36, etc.), many people will experience a period of a few months that brings increased profits, when they go on memorable trips overseas, start learning something that expands their horizons (e.g., a foreign language), become more interested in religion or some foreign culture, etc. If Jupiter is negatively aspected in the person’s natal chart, the experiences may be less beneficial, so for ex., one may lose large sums of money through gambling, gain a lot of weight, etc. Another ex.: Someone whose natal Jupiter falls into the 10th house of your natal chart (esp. close to MC) can help your career growth and help improve your social status β€” such a friend/mentor would likely provide direct help or at least encouragement and inspiration in that area of your life.

      The basic astrology principles are quite simple β€” just read up on the meaning of signs, planets, and aspects. http://www.astro.com has free interactive charts where one can click on various portions of the chart and read the pop-up explanations.

      • aLLy says:

        Hi, tolstunka! Thank you for the response. πŸ™‚

        I wonder what type of Astrology you are using for your prediction. Is it Western or Vedic? Will it affect the interpretation of transits? Using my natal chart as starters, I see some differences but I can relate on both descriptions.

      • tolstunka says:

        I use Western. Western vs Vedic: The timing of the transits should be the same and the interpretation should be similar if you take only planets and aspects into consideration.

        Interpretations may differ somewhat when taking additional factors into consideration (e.g., signs and house placements). However, as long as astrological predictors are used consistently (one approach, whichever it is), then you should be able to identify patterns consistently as well.

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