[2009-2012] Tim Bost eBooks [Gann, Astrology]

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I have only these two:
Gann Secrets Revealed 2009
Mercury, Money and the Markets 2012

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Tim Bost - Mercury, Money and the Markets 2012

Tim Bost - Mercury, Money and the Markets 2012

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Tim Bost's new book, Mercury, Money and the Markets: Profitable Planetary Cycles for Short-Term Astro-Trading, takes us deep into the weeds of astrological market analysis. So deep, in fact, that I am tempted to call it a jungle, for adhering to Bost's astro analysis path is like hacking one's way through dense vegetation. This is not to say that Bost's book is difficult to read--he takes pains to step us through the density with prose that clarifies and enlightens.

Bost's primary planetary indicator for market analysis, as his title suggests, is Mercury. He also uses the asteroids and trans-Neptune bodies extensively, and midpoints--especially midpoints aspected by Mercury--rather than Ptolemy's conventional primary aspects. He lets us know that he has found over the years that less conventional aspects explain more than the usual conjunctions, sextiles, semi-squares, squares and oppositions.

He also notes that he has found many instances when an astrological reading indicates one market move and the market makes another move. He avoids over-simplifying and deals with the complexities of astrology in a step-by-step way that enlightens both novices and other astrologers.

It's clear from his careful wording of astrological data as influences, not absolute dictates, that he has probed this subject like a deep-sea diver exploring areas others have avoided.

As the title suggests, Bost is unique among market astrologers for his heavy reliance on Mercury, its cycles and the aspects to midpoints it makes at any given moment. He even includes a cross-indexed 201 year Mercury ephemeris, not found anywhere else. What he has to say about Mercury stations, retrogrades and forward movements is itself worth the price of this book.

Astrological analysis of the stock markets is more complex than financial chart analysis: that's one impression I derived from this book. And like chart analysis, no single indicator is "written in stone." Exceptions abound. Well, any seasoned astrologer knows that the stellar bodies do not dictate; rather, they influence. And their influences are part of a zillion others up there in the sky. Bost never lets us forget this fact.

Bost notes that using astrology for stock trading has been around a long time, and that many who have used it have kept it a secret, while those who are ignorant of it have denigrated it as preposterous superstition. Some who rely on it avoid calling it astrology and instead speak of it as "geocosmic influences" or "astronomic phenomenon."

Yet for all the density and sometimes-perplexing exceptions to rules of thumb Bost covers, what emerges is a surprisingly reliable way of using astrology to profit in the stock market. Not all of us are equally suited to this kind of investing, however, and Bost analyzes a chart for a winner and another chart for a loser. He gives the reader a sound way to analyze his or her own chart, to find what investing approach will work best for him or her, and what tendencies to guard against as indicated by the individual's chart.

The stock markets are part of the overall economy, of course, and Bost does not shortchange us when it comes to other influences on the prices of equities. He presents and explains charts for a variety of entities, from first trades of famous companies to the Securities and Exchange Commission, various stock exchanges, the Federal Reserve, the Treasury Department and more.

All his efforts are devoted to his stated purpose: to help the reader become a more skillful trader by adding an understanding of how astrology can be used. Along the way, he covers the basics of astrology and reveals how he analyzes charts to give himself an edge in trading. Unlike some other astro-analyzers of stock markets, Bost also gives us the results, positive and negative, of his own trades.
It seems there are as many ways to use astrology as there are astrologers, and although some may argue with Bost's heavy reliance on Mercury and midpoints, none can fault his thorough research and clear explanations.

What seemed at the beginning a dense and mysterious jungle becomes, by the end of the book, known territory, and for any reader willing to adapt and use Bost's techniques, a definite edge in the dangerous and exciting game of stock trading.
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Tim Bost - Mercury, Money and the Markets 2012

Tim Bost - Mercury, Money and the Markets 2012

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Tim Bost's new book, Mercury, Money and the Markets: Profitable Planetary Cycles for Short-Term Astro-Trading, takes us deep into the weeds of astrological market analysis. So deep, in fact, that I am tempted to call it a jungle, for adhering to Bost's astro analysis path is like hacking one's way through dense vegetation. This is not to say that Bost's book is difficult to read--he takes pains to step us through the density with prose that clarifies and enlightens.

Bost's primary planetary indicator for market analysis, as his title suggests, is Mercury. He also uses the asteroids and trans-Neptune bodies extensively, and midpoints--especially midpoints aspected by Mercury--rather than Ptolemy's conventional primary aspects. He lets us know that he has found over the years that less conventional aspects explain more than the usual conjunctions, sextiles, semi-squares, squares and oppositions.

He also notes that he has found many instances when an astrological reading indicates one market move and the market makes another move. He avoids over-simplifying and deals with the complexities of astrology in a step-by-step way that enlightens both novices and other astrologers.

It's clear from his careful wording of astrological data as influences, not absolute dictates, that he has probed this subject like a deep-sea diver exploring areas others have avoided.

As the title suggests, Bost is unique among market astrologers for his heavy reliance on Mercury, its cycles and the aspects to midpoints it makes at any given moment. He even includes a cross-indexed 201 year Mercury ephemeris, not found anywhere else. What he has to say about Mercury stations, retrogrades and forward movements is itself worth the price of this book.

Astrological analysis of the stock markets is more complex than financial chart analysis: that's one impression I derived from this book. And like chart analysis, no single indicator is "written in stone." Exceptions abound. Well, any seasoned astrologer knows that the stellar bodies do not dictate; rather, they influence. And their influences are part of a zillion others up there in the sky. Bost never lets us forget this fact.

Bost notes that using astrology for stock trading has been around a long time, and that many who have used it have kept it a secret, while those who are ignorant of it have denigrated it as preposterous superstition. Some who rely on it avoid calling it astrology and instead speak of it as "geocosmic influences" or "astronomic phenomenon."

Yet for all the density and sometimes-perplexing exceptions to rules of thumb Bost covers, what emerges is a surprisingly reliable way of using astrology to profit in the stock market. Not all of us are equally suited to this kind of investing, however, and Bost analyzes a chart for a winner and another chart for a loser. He gives the reader a sound way to analyze his or her own chart, to find what investing approach will work best for him or her, and what tendencies to guard against as indicated by the individual's chart.

The stock markets are part of the overall economy, of course, and Bost does not shortchange us when it comes to other influences on the prices of equities. He presents and explains charts for a variety of entities, from first trades of famous companies to the Securities and Exchange Commission, various stock exchanges, the Federal Reserve, the Treasury Department and more.

All his efforts are devoted to his stated purpose: to help the reader become a more skillful trader by adding an understanding of how astrology can be used. Along the way, he covers the basics of astrology and reveals how he analyzes charts to give himself an edge in trading. Unlike some other astro-analyzers of stock markets, Bost also gives us the results, positive and negative, of his own trades.
It seems there are as many ways to use astrology as there are astrologers, and although some may argue with Bost's heavy reliance on Mercury and midpoints, none can fault his thorough research and clear explanations.

What seemed at the beginning a dense and mysterious jungle becomes, by the end of the book, known territory, and for any reader willing to adapt and use Bost's techniques, a definite edge in the dangerous and exciting game of stock trading.
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Tim Bost - Mercury, Money and the Markets 2012

Tim Bost - Mercury, Money and the Markets 2012

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Tim Bost's new book, Mercury, Money and the Markets: Profitable Planetary Cycles for Short-Term Astro-Trading, takes us deep into the weeds of astrological market analysis. So deep, in fact, that I am tempted to call it a jungle, for adhering to Bost's astro analysis path is like hacking one's way through dense vegetation. This is not to say that Bost's book is difficult to read--he takes pains to step us through the density with prose that clarifies and enlightens.

Bost's primary planetary indicator for market analysis, as his title suggests, is Mercury. He also uses the asteroids and trans-Neptune bodies extensively, and midpoints--especially midpoints aspected by Mercury--rather than Ptolemy's conventional primary aspects. He lets us know that he has found over the years that less conventional aspects explain more than the usual conjunctions, sextiles, semi-squares, squares and oppositions.

He also notes that he has found many instances when an astrological reading indicates one market move and the market makes another move. He avoids over-simplifying and deals with the complexities of astrology in a step-by-step way that enlightens both novices and other astrologers.

It's clear from his careful wording of astrological data as influences, not absolute dictates, that he has probed this subject like a deep-sea diver exploring areas others have avoided.

As the title suggests, Bost is unique among market astrologers for his heavy reliance on Mercury, its cycles and the aspects to midpoints it makes at any given moment. He even includes a cross-indexed 201 year Mercury ephemeris, not found anywhere else. What he has to say about Mercury stations, retrogrades and forward movements is itself worth the price of this book.

Astrological analysis of the stock markets is more complex than financial chart analysis: that's one impression I derived from this book. And like chart analysis, no single indicator is "written in stone." Exceptions abound. Well, any seasoned astrologer knows that the stellar bodies do not dictate; rather, they influence. And their influences are part of a zillion others up there in the sky. Bost never lets us forget this fact.

Bost notes that using astrology for stock trading has been around a long time, and that many who have used it have kept it a secret, while those who are ignorant of it have denigrated it as preposterous superstition. Some who rely on it avoid calling it astrology and instead speak of it as "geocosmic influences" or "astronomic phenomenon."

Yet for all the density and sometimes-perplexing exceptions to rules of thumb Bost covers, what emerges is a surprisingly reliable way of using astrology to profit in the stock market. Not all of us are equally suited to this kind of investing, however, and Bost analyzes a chart for a winner and another chart for a loser. He gives the reader a sound way to analyze his or her own chart, to find what investing approach will work best for him or her, and what tendencies to guard against as indicated by the individual's chart.

The stock markets are part of the overall economy, of course, and Bost does not shortchange us when it comes to other influences on the prices of equities. He presents and explains charts for a variety of entities, from first trades of famous companies to the Securities and Exchange Commission, various stock exchanges, the Federal Reserve, the Treasury Department and more.

All his efforts are devoted to his stated purpose: to help the reader become a more skillful trader by adding an understanding of how astrology can be used. Along the way, he covers the basics of astrology and reveals how he analyzes charts to give himself an edge in trading. Unlike some other astro-analyzers of stock markets, Bost also gives us the results, positive and negative, of his own trades.
It seems there are as many ways to use astrology as there are astrologers, and although some may argue with Bost's heavy reliance on Mercury and midpoints, none can fault his thorough research and clear explanations.

What seemed at the beginning a dense and mysterious jungle becomes, by the end of the book, known territory, and for any reader willing to adapt and use Bost's techniques, a definite edge in the dangerous and exciting game of stock trading.
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