Basic Stock Market Astrology 3.0
You may have heard of these remarkable individuals.
They’re the masterful market magicians.
They’re the legendary traders in stocks, futures, and commodities, the ones who have been able to amass huge personal fortunes in incredibly brief periods of time.
They’re the ones whose good luck never seems to run out. Even when they make mistakes and lose money in the markets, they seem to have an uncanny ability to bounce right back, scoring big returns that far outweigh the modest losses they have recently endured.
They’re the expert market timers. They’re the adventurous risk-takers whose big bets and speculations pay off royally. They’re the ones whose reputations spread far and wide. They may not be particularly boastful about their own extraordinary moneymaking talents. But in the eyes of others, they have an uncanny ability know what’s going to happen long before it actually does. They can gain incredible leverage in business and the markets by anticipating big changes, sometimes months or even years ahead.
The Man Who Broke The Bank of England
Take George Soros, for example. He is known as “The Man Who Broke the Bank of England” because of his short sale of $10 billion worth of Pound sterling, making him a profit of $1 billion in a single trading day during the 1992 Black Wednesday currency crisis in the UK. His market timing was nothing short of amazing.
Big Profits From Napoleon’s Defeat
Or consider Nathan Mayer Rothschild. In 1815 he was able to get early information about the outcome of the Battle of Waterloo, and armed with the latest military news, he was able to successfully manipulate the market in British bank annuities to his advantage, adding millions to his already substantial fortune.
Making Money From The Ebb & Flow of Cycles
J.P. Morgan was a shrewd businessman, a bold entrepreneur, a noteworthy investor, and a keen student of cycles. Even as a young man, he understood that there was money to be made from the ebb and flow of business and geopolitical trends. At the end of the brief Mexican-American War, Morgan bought up a huge supply of army surplus rifles from the U.S. government. He warehoused them for a few years, and then, after the outbreak of the Civil War, he turned around and sold those same carbines back to the U.S. Government, pocketing an enormous profit in the process.
J. P. Morgan was the world’s first billionaire. He was very proud of his wealth, and was a regular client of the famous astrologer Evangeline Adams, who advised Morgan on the best planetary cycles to use to his personal advantage in business dealings and astro-trading.
Shorting A Key Stock Just Before An Earthquake
In the early years of the 20th century, one of the most successful traders was Jesse Livermore. During his lifetime he made and lost several multi-million dollar fortunes, and even though he considered himself a failure when he died in 1940, he left behind an estate worth more than $5 million. Livermore could spot opportunities that other traders missed completely. In 1906, for example, he famously sold short stock in Union Pacific Railroad right before the devastating San Francisco earthquake.