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Pick Your Stocks with Astrology


By Carol S. Mull


Hundreds of trading systems, soft ware packages, and books have been written and

designed to forecast the uctuations of the future and commodity markets, but very little

has been produced in the astro-eld to help investors and traders of individual stocks.

The exceptions to this dearth of tools and information are a few books, mostly outdated, and

a handful of newsletters. Mull Publications is planning to ll this gap with a series of products,

books, and courses of study. The rst of these products to be made

available is a collection of the astrological charts of approximately 2500 corporations,

mutual funds, country funds, futures, commodities, stock exchanges, and currencies. The major

portion of this collection is composed of individual corporate charts, i.e., virtually every stock

that is commonly traded. It is available from Traders World.

Matrix has put this chart collection on compact disk format, which will allow you to sort,

compare, and manipulate huge numbers of charts. The Compact Data System lets you do this,

and gives you a way to compare large sets of data, using a variety of unusual techniques. At

your disposal are aspects and angular separations, sign and house placement, interface nodes,

bum rate, harmonics, graphs, distance values, horizon orientation, and more. And, with a little

astrological knowledge, you will be able to forecast such things as whether the stock is likely to go

up or go down (both short-term and long-term), when a takeover or merger is eminent, if a growth

stock is likely to become an mdustry leader, or when the CEO is likely to depart.

The incorporation chart disk sells for $200, like other disks in the Corporate Data Library.

To run these, you need the Compact Data System, which costs $100 and comes with The

Circle Book of Charts (over 1000 charts of historical personalities) as a bonus. So, total

cost is only $300.

The collection is arranged into categories as follows: Basic Materials aluminum, other

nonferrous, chemicals, forest products, diversied mining, paper products, precious metals,

steel, Energy coal, oil and gas, oil field equipment and supplies, pipelines, Industrial air

freight/couriers, building materials, containers and packaging, diversied industrial, electrical

components and equipment, factory equipment, heavy construction, heavy machinery, marine

transportation, pollution control and waste management, railroads, industrial and commercial

services, transportation equipment, trucking, Consumer advertising, airlines, automobile

manufacturers, automobile parts and equipment, beverages, casinos, cosmetics/personal

care, food, food retailers, health care providers, home construction, home furnishings,

household products, lodging, media, medical supplies, pharmaceuticals, recreation products,

restaurants, retailers, consumer services, textiles and apparel, Technology aerospace and

defense, communications, computers, diversied technology, industrial technology, medical

and biotechnology, ofce equipment, semiconductor and related, software and processing,

Financial banks, country funds, diversied nancial services, insurance, mutual funds, real

estate management, savings and loan, securities brokers, Utilities telephone systems, electric,

gas, water,Conglomerates, Commodities and Futures currencies, cotton, energy, farm products

(food), indexes, lumber, meat, metals, municipal bonds, treasury bills-bonds-notes, Exchanges

United States, foreign National U.S. Charts U.S., U.S. Currency, U.S. Treasury, etc. Money yen,

franc, mark, pound, guilder, etc. (date made legal tender)

Within these categories, stock charts are filed by Ticker Symbol and exchange. For

example, General Motors is GM:NY; International Business Machines is IBM:NY; Amgen, Inc.

is AMGN:OTC. The birthdays of corporations are considered to be the date of their most recent

incorporation, as that is when they become legal entities. It is important that it be the most

recent incorporation, because companies grow and change over the years. As they do, they

usually nd that their old legal structure is no longer adequate. They are then likely to le new

papers-of-incorporation, which action ends the legal existence of the former corporation, and may

completely change the nature of the company. New products will be offered and new business

policies will be adopted. Sometimes this is good for the company, and sometimes it is a disaster.

It is always a change. The (Walt) Disney Company is a good example.

Disney Company used to be a Virgo. Virgo attention to detail was evident in the profusion of

drawings made of animated creatures. Uncle Walt presided over a land that was squeaky clean

and Tinkerbell scattered a white powder (Was it household detergent?) to bring enchantment to

The Magic Kingdom. There was chatter everywhere; the very leaves of the trees were engaged

in conversation. Nobody could possibly have been lonesome in Disneyland. There was no

owing blood, no deaths, no disharmony in the Magic Kingdom.

Then Disney Company was reincorporated and became an Aquarian. Almost overnight,

they began to make a different type of movie. Epcot Center was built, and it was very Aquarian in

nature. There was worldwide expansion, with theme parks in other countries.

Other examples of big changes are the tobacco companies. When Neptune, which rules

tobacco, was conjunct Saturn, planet of restriction, laws were passed, which required the This

product is harmful label on cigarette packages. Public buildings, airlines, and restaurants

would no longer allow smoking within them. In desperation, many tobacco companies became

food companies, but still sold tobacco products in foreign countries. All these happenings were

reected in the charts of the tobacco companies.

Disney company and the tobacco companies were examples of major changes. Actually,

both large and small changes occur in companies everyday. Companies merge, expand, le

bankruptcy, experience business downturns, lay off workers, re the boss, open branches,

add new products, discontinue products and services. All these happenings affect the prices

of their stocks. You will not be able to tell exactly what is going on from the companys natal

astrological chart, but you should be able to tell if it will be positive or negative for the companys

stock price and when it will happen.

Because there are so many mergers and reincorporations of businesses, Mull Publications

and Matrix Software plan to keep updating this collection. That is, they plan to completely

check, update, add new companies, and eliminate cornpanies that no longer exist to one-fourth

of the collection each quarter, so that the entire body of material is checked once a year.

You will be able to update by periodically purchasing an updated data disk ($30.), without

replacing your Compact Data System.

Incorporation data such as this batch is not easily assembled. The dates and states of

incorporation are usually published in the Moody and the Standard and Poor Directories, but

that is not the most accurate source. If you ask your broker, he is likely to give you the date that

the company went public, which is not what you need. This data was carefully assembled by

writing to the corporate secretaries, founders or legal departments of the companies involved,

or by checking with Secretary of State ofces. Its accuracy cannot be guaranteed, but every

effort has been made to provide the best information possible.

I have been working with incorporation data for about fteen years. One of the things that

has been of interest to me is that the type of industries that are the most prominent change

a lot over the years, but the months in which most Standard and Poors 500 companies

are incorporated changes very little. What I mean is that fteen years ago, manufacturing

companies still dominated the S&P 500. Major companies were those that have been termed

Smokestack America. Today, it is all high-technology computers and biotechnology. These

changes correlate with the changes in our society.

Contrary to this, major national companies tend to be incorporated with about the same

frequency at different times of the year. That is, each time the Standard and Poors 500 list

is published, there are likely to be twice as many companies with Cancer sun as there are with

either Aries or Libra sun. The most used dates are close to July 4th, our nations birthday. It

may be that Cancer sun companies prosper in the United States because they do connect to

the national chart, and that this would not necessarily be so in other countries. It is also true

that major players on the U.S. stock market tend to have conjunctions of the planets in their

charts with planets in the chart of the New York Stock Exchange. In fact, I have come to regard

these connections to the U.S. chart and the N.Y.S.E. chart as indicators of whether or not an

emerging company is likely to become a giant.

Over the long-term, a Blue Chip company is most likely to have a Cancer sun. Capricorn

sun is second in frequency. During the years that the outer planets were transiting through

Sagittarius, Sagittarian companies were third in frequency, but that changed when Saturn,

Uranus, and Neptune moved into Capricorn. I expect Aquarian companies will be more dominant,

when the heavier planets have moved into Aquarius.

Small emerging cornpanies,that break onto the scene with a lot of advertizing tend to have

re or air sign (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius, Gemini, Libra, Aquarius) suns, and they leave the scene

just as quickly. The companies that grow and endure are more likely to have sun in an earth

or water sign (Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn, Pisces, Cancer, Scorpio). An emerging company with

Jupiter conjunct or trine the sun, and no other severe aspects, is sure to expand and prosper. A

company with sun conjunct Pluto is likely to be a leader within its industry.

Astrology is a very good timing device, and for this reason, I have found corporate astrological

charts to be extremely valuable, when trading options. Here is my approach:

Options are normally offered on about three hundred stocks. Of these, only about thirty

are large enough cornpanies to have enough shares outstanding to make it possible for the

option to move fast and signicantly. A company with fewer shares outstanding may have

great aspects and transits, but I would trade its stock rather than its option, because options

must move fast and decisively to be protable to the trader. I know the charts of these thirty

or so companies very well, and I constantly monitor each of them for Jupiter and Saturn

transits to their sun, Venus, Mercury, Mars, or nodes. The positions of their progressed

suns and transits to their outer planets are likely to produce longer term policy changes,

which are of interest to the investor, but are not fuel for the quick movements that bring

prots to the option traders.

When option trading, depending on the market in general, purchase your option about

ten days before the target aspect is exact, and sell as soon as the aspect is exact. Do not

tarry. When the aspect is over, it is over. Keep your eye on the underlying stock rather

than the option. If the market goes against you, sell immediately. This is not the place for

hope and wishful thinking.

The nancing for protable takeovers has now evaporated, but they, too, can be predicted

via the astrological charts of corporations. I beneted from three major ones, and can offer

these guidelines:

Takeovers correlate with a transit Pluto aspect to the sun or to the progressed sun. Pluto

aspects to other planets will bring rumors, but if the sun is not involved, it will not actually happen.

During the takeover process, Pluto will go forward, retrograde, and go forward again, producing

rumors and counter rumors over a period of several months to a couple of years.

Another indicator that a company may be a takeover target is an eclipse that is conjunct

its sun. This is a sign that the company may be going out of existence and this signpost

often precedes a takeover. However, the company may be going out of existence for other


The timing of a takeover is tricky. A Mercury aspect must be present to bring the negotiations

to the attention of the public, and a Mars aspect is needed to trigger the actual event.

Not all takeovers and mergers are protable to the investor. You can gauge the probability of

a takeover or a merger being protable to the investor by the presence of associated Jupiter and

Venus aspects and the absence of Saturn aspects to the Pluto/sun aspect.

Now, in the 90s, takeovers are rare. Today, the same aspects that previously heralded

takeovers are more likely to announce vast expansion, much reorganization, and a move

into the international market. Even so, such aspects can indicate an opportunity for prot

to the option trader.

Fifty commodity and futures charts are included with this collection. These are set for the

time, date, and place of the rst trade of that particular commodity or future on The Chicago

Board of Trade, The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or The New York Markets. The George

Bayer wheat and corn charts are also included.

The United States Exchanges section includes the two commonly used inception charts of

the New York Stock Exchange, the George Bayer chart for the inception of the New York Stock

Exchange, the 1869 reorganization chart of the New York Stock Exchange, and inception charts

for the Chicago Board of Trade, New Yorks COMEX, and Chicagos OEX. There are fteen

foreign stock exchanges in this collection.

An interesting thing about stock exchanges around the world is that so many of them have

planets conjunct or in aspect to twenty-six degrees Taurus, which is the position of the xed

star Algol. By tradition, Algol has the nature of the business planets, Saturn and Jupiter. To be

specic, the New York, Amsterdam, London, and Tokyo Exchanges have sun conjunct Algol,

and in two more years the Frankfurt Exchange will have progressed sun tine that degree. The

Johannesburg, Melbourne, Paris, Toronto, Zurich, Budapest, Helsinki, Lisbon, and Madrid

Exchanges either have a planet in this position or they have planetary aspects to the position.

Only the Singapore and Istanbul Exchanges appear to be unconnected.

In late 1993 and again in 1994, Pluto in Scorpio will be opposing the twenty-six degree

Taurus Algol position. Transit Pluto opposite natal sun is the aspect that forced the break-up

of the old Bell Telephone Company, due to government action. Pluto transits have a slow

and inevitable quality. Surely, this aspect will bring sweeping changes to stock exchanges

around the world.

This chart collection will provide you with an enormously useful tool for trading stocks, and

can open the door to much more research into the ways that the planets affect the fortunes of

corporations. It is available on compact disk from Traders World.



Carol Mull is an active trader, writer, and lecturer. She is the editor/publisher of The

Astro-Jnvestor newsletter and the author of two books and of numerous magazine articles. She

is co-sponsor of the World Conferences of Astro-Economics. She can be reached at P.O. Box

11133 Indianapolis, Indiana, 46201-0133 Phone 317-357-6855.