Stock Market Astrology Part I
It is said that Jupiter in Scorpio is strong. Many astrological savants did predict a stock market boom in 2002, which never did happen. But once Rahu entered Aries, the Rupee and the Sensex moved forward registering phenomenal gains. Jupiter in the lunar fifth can only mean that - a stock market and a forex boom for India !
Stock market transactions need skill of a high order. There are successful persons who have made it a great art. Almost all the house are involved . The 2nd is the house of accumulated Wealth. The 5th rules intelligent speculation. The 9th rules Fortune or Luck which can make you or break you. The 11th rules income and the fulfillment of all desires. . The 12th House indicates loss, a reality in the stock markets. 8th House refers to unexpected gains. The 10th House rules profession. The 4th house refers to mental balance, a quality which is needed in an investor. The Ascendant is the base for any activity. The 7th house rules spouse, who can console us in times of loss. In other words, almost all the houses are important in a Natal or Horary chart, when one thinks about long-term/short-term investments in the highly volatile share market.
While assessing a horoscope for equity investment, we have to take the trinal lords ( the lords of 1, 5 & 9 ) into consideration. If the trinal lords are well placed and powerful, Rahu in 3,6,9 & 11 houses & Jupiter angular, then stock market success is guaranteed. Angular Jupiter can impart immense Divine Grace, which will prompt the investor to take the correct decision regarding selling & buying. Rahu represents the gambling urge. The 5th lord represents speculative ability, the 9th luck and the Ascendant lord, business ability.
Jupiter in Sag and Rahu in Aquarius are very positive for the financial markets in India.
Jupiter rules financial markets, Forex and Stock. Today the millionaire is equal to a king ( Political power is a reflex of economic power - Marx ). ! It is said that Jupiter shines like gold ( " Gurum Kanchana Sannibham " ) and his transit of Sag is very important from the perspective of Indian economy. The only problem is Saturn in Leo, in India's lunar second, which shows negative trends. Rising rupee which hurts the IT industry, the rising price of crude ( almost $100 per barrel ), slow growth of power and infrastructure can be attributed to adverse Saturn.
Jupiter rules banking shares. Along with SBI, ICICI Bank, other bank shares are also worth investing in. HDFC Bank, IDBI Bank, Karnataka Bank, J & K Bank, Federal Bank, South Indian Bank, State Bank of Travancore, State Bank of Mysore etc are also investment-worthy.
Saturn rules machinery and steel. Companies dealing with Commercial Vehicles will fare better. Saturn is in the 2nd from India's Moon Sign, Cancer. Tata Motors, Tisco, M & M , Ashok Leyland etc will do exceptionally well this year. Oil is also ruled by Saturn and Oil companies such as Reliance, IOC, IBP, IPCL, BP & HP will do well. Mining industry is also ruled by Saturn and this industry will do well. SAIL is doing well along with Jindal Steel and JISCO.
Mercury rules telecommunications and Mercury getting exalted in Virgo will improve the prospects of Bharti Tele, MTNL and Shyam Tele. Mercury's exaltation is another bullish factor.
Venus rules media scrips. Mukta Arts and TV 18 are expected to do well. Venus rules vehicles and Maruti and TELCO is bound to go up. Venus in Libra is powerful and can lift the market up. Bajaj Auto is another scrip which has got good potential.
In the Government of the Almighty, Sun is the King and Moon is the Queen Rajanou Ravi Sheetagu ). These scrips have got high potential but may not move up immediately. Invest in these scrips only if you have a long term investment plan.
Article by G Kumar, astrologer, writer and programmer of www.eastrovedica.com http://www.eastrovedica.com He has 15 years psychic research experience in the esoteric arts. His Stock Market Astrology Blog is up at http://stockmarketastrology.blogspot.com & lens at http://squidoo.com/FinancialAstrology
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