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Trading The Sun

Trading The Sun

Click on the above link for a 26 page PDF providing an in-depth guide to the influence of solar phenomena on growth, inflation, demographics, asset cycles (stocks and commodities), sentiment, stock market seasonality and more.

CAUTION: Pages 13-21 contain some invalid information and forecasts and require changes and updates following deeper demographic research in 2013, which can be found in the site’s posts.

14 comments on “Trading The Sun

  1. VoDo
    March 7, 2012

    Thank you for sharing it.

  2. yogi5
    March 8, 2012

    Comprehensive, careful research, strong arguments and clear presentation. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. Thank you very much! Rufus

  3. Marlowe
    March 11, 2012

    Extremely well researched but it is the clarity of your presentation which particularly impresses me. Most experts in esoteric areas often seem unable to convey concepts, ideas, and arguments in a manner which is understandable to non-experts. Not the case here as the guide, as well as the site overall, is very well written. Thank you for your time and effort.

  4. John Hampson
    March 11, 2012

    Thanks for your nice feedback guys.

  5. pimaCanyon
    March 13, 2012

    Excellent. Well written, clear, well organized. Great overview.

    I noticed one error you might want to correct: Page 5 you state “Roughly every 2 weeks the whole world experiences a new moon…”. It’s every 4 1/2 weeks or so that we have a new moon, or roughly once a month.

    • John Hampson
      March 13, 2012

      Thank you – will correct that in the next version

  6. mycousinvinny38
    April 22, 2012

    I’m trying to reproduce some of your graphs for further study. Can you reveal the source of the geomagnetic data and 3 wk predictions? My search on the internet reveal many measures of geomag activity, such as K Kp Ap indices. Not sure what you used.

    Bill Johnson

    • John Hampson
      April 23, 2012

      Hi Bill, the source is NOAA and the measure is the planetary A index.

  7. Jahbulon
    June 21, 2012

    I loved the PDF you created. Do you mind if I share with my members at http://www.TSPCenter.com?


  8. grzegorz314
    August 2, 2012

    I must admit, that it’s one of my best discoveries of this year :) I’m tired of TA and FA, then I discovered Gann and wowww… everything seems confirms that there is always sth above us that determine our life cycles and decisions. Thank You brother. If You would launch even some penny signal service dedicated for retail traders You can be sure that I’m in. Why ? coz there is many s*it around that I will always choose to give monies to sb who gives his heart to the community of traders rather then another bastard just promissing golden eggs. Keep doing Your work. Greg

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  10. Crusauvage
    May 21, 2014

    It was great to come upon your site while researching solar cycles and it’s relation to the markets. I think your site is the only one of its kind, credible and objective. It’s difficult to put pieces of information together like this that is useful for trading. Reading through tons of information on the web is mind twisting and it was a relief to have found you! Please don’t get tired of doing great work. It’s greatly appreciated!

    Have you read the work of Geoff Sharp? His site is http://www.landscheidt.info/

    He studies solar cycles and the influence of other planets on the cycle’s modulation. It’s full of information that I did not even encounter on basic solar cycle websites.

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