Feel welcome to post it here. Maybe other readers will benefit/comment as well.

As far as I know the WordPress system can handle long comments, and you can also split it up in more than one comment if you want.

Danny

]]>There is a reason I am asking you the question that would be too long to post on this blog. Do you have an email address to contact you so we can discuss about it?

Mine: fabrizio.maccallini@gmail.com.

The basic testing was done on S&P500 since 1950. That gives us over 700 months, which is a reasonably large sample to look for lunar effects and formulate hypotheses. Extending it further back to the 1800s would be of little use, because as you point out, curve-fitting is always possible given a set of random variables. The only true test is in forward testing. We started forward testing of the main lunar cycle hypothesis when this blog was started in summer of 2009. The results are kept on the “Performance” page: https://lunatictrader.wordpress.com/performance/

The lunar effect has continued to show up in the last 5 years.

Danny

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Pluto is the slowest cycle, but also Neptune (165 years), Uranus (84 years) and Saturn (29 years) are very slow, so only a few of their cycles have been observed since we have stock markets. ]]>

How often is Pluto in Aquarius?

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