I modelled the Poland WIG in the same way as the Malaysian, Indian and Brazilian stock indices.
The lunar edge over the last 4 years for the Polish stock index looks like this, compared to the others:
The Polish WIG now features on the short and medium term model pages, and here it is on the latter timescale:
The geomagnetic model has lately made a notable switch into a downtrend, shown against the SP500 on the shorter term timescale here:
There is now a notable divergence which could spell a trend change in stocks or a topping process beginning imminently. However, rising into the solar maximum has previously encouraged speculation and into the 2000 peak the market pulled away from the geomagnetic model, as the speculation overruled. So two competing things to consider, but in short the low-geomagnetism support for the market has been pulled away.
Lastly, I checked the US dollar index history to see if previous bull markets in the dollar corresponded to positive demographic trend periods. Here is the USD history since 1967:
The US enjoyed a positive demographic trend period from around 1980 to 2000, so both the main bull markets that can be seen fell within this. However, so did the USD bear market from around 1985 to 1995, so I don’t see a useable relationship.
I am away for a few days, back Monday. See you then.