Bradley Turn Dates 2014 – S&P 500 16


See below for the 2014 Bradley Siderograph Turn Dates, which are in green.  The Turn Dates for the three elements that compose the Bradley Siderograph are also listed below (i.e., for the Middle Terms, Long Terms, and Declinations).  See this introductory video for an additional explanation if you are new to the Bradley Siderograph indicator.

S&P 500 Turn Dates for 2010-2020

 

2014 Bradley Bars Turn Dates for the Bradley Siderograph

  • January 1 (100/100 Siderograph Power)
  • February 8 (35/100 Siderograph Power)
  • February 22 (24/100 Siderograph Power)
  • July 18 (100/100 Siderograph Power)
  • October 17 (20/100 Siderograph Power)
  • November 24 (27/100 Siderograph Power)
  • December 9 (24/100 Siderograph Power)
  • December 26 (100/100 Siderograph Power)

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Bradley Bars Turn Dates 2014 - S&P 500 - Classic Siderograph (Dec 18)

 

  • January 1 (100/100 Siderograph Power) – This Turn Date resulted in a pause to the S&P 500’s significant rally in 2013.  In the weeks prior to this Turn Date the S&P 500 rallied significantly, but in the weeks following this Turn Date the S&P 500 remained within a tight trading range. (Change in Trend: From an Uptrend to a Stable Trend).

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  • February 8 (35/100 Siderograph Power – A few days before this Turn Date the S&P 500’s short-term decline reversed itself and began rallying again.  Although this Turn Date has a lower power than some of the other Siderograph turn dates, it turned out to be very powerful.  This could have been because it coincided with turns in all three of its component elements.  The Middle Terms, Long Terms, and Declinations had Turn Dates on February 6, February 7, and February 9, respectively.  (Change in Trend: From a Downtrend to an Uptrend)

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  • February 22 (24/100 Siderograph Power) – In the week prior to this turn date the S&P 500 was trading in a tight trading range.  However, in the week immediately following this Turn Date, the S&P 500 began to rally. (Change in Trend: From a Stable Trend to an Uptrend)

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  • July 18 (100/100 Siderograph Power) – The S&P 500 Index was stable in the weeks leading up to this Turn Date, and shortly after this Turn Date the S&P 500 began to decline significantly.  This Turn Date took place near the top in the S&P 500 for the year. (Change in Trend: From a Stable Trend to a Downward Trend)

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  • October 17 (20/100 Siderograph Power) – This Turn Date marked a significant bottom in the S&P 500 (i.e., the lowest since spring 2014).  This Bradley Siderograph Turn Date has a relatively low power (i.e., 20/100), but it took place on the exact same day as a turn in the Middle Terms that had a power of 53/100. (Change in Trend: From a Downtrend to an Uptrend)

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  • November 24 (27/100 Siderograph Power) –  This Turn Date coincided with a pause in the S&P 500’s significant rally that started at approximately the same time as the previous turn in the Siderograph (i.e., October 17).  (Change in Trend: From an Uptrend to a Stable Trend).

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  • December 9 (24/100 Siderograph Power) – After spending some time in a consolidation pattern since the last Turn Date, the S&P 500 declined significantly right after this Turn Date.  Why has this Turn Date been so powerful, especially given its relatively low power of 24/100?  There was a Long Terms Turn Date with a power of 100/100 on December 8, and on December 10 there was a Middle Terms turn date with a power of 46.  This is why it is important to consider not only the Bradley Siderograph Turn Dates, but also the significant Turn Dates in its three subcomponents (i.e., Long Terms, Middle Terms, and Declinations).  The Bradley Bars Dashboard makes it quick and easy to tell when there is a convergence of significant turn dates such as this. (Change in Trend: From a Stable Trend to a Downtrend)

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  • December 26 (100/100 Siderograph Power) – To be Determined (TBD)

 

JUST UPDATED!  The last Bradley Turn Date of 2014 coincided with a significant top in the S&P 500.  See below for the revised graph.

2014-12-26 - Bradley Siderograph Turn Date 100-100 Power

 

  • Bradley Bars Dashboard – 1 Year of Data (2014) ($0)
    This Dashboard in Excel makes it quick and easy to analyze the security of your choice against the Bradley Siderograph Turn Dates.  This version is absolutely free, and you don’t need to provide any credit card information to check out and download it.  See below for a description of it, and see the Downloads page where there are a couple of videos that provide an overview of how it works.

 

Long Terms, Middle Terms, and Declinations

The Bradley Siderograph is composed of three elements including (1) the Long Terms, (2) the Middle Terms, and (3) the Declinations.  The Long Terms and Middle Terms relate to planetary aspects, and the Declinations component is based on the declinations of Mars and Venus.  The Formula page explains more about how these three elements make up the Bradley Siderograph, and the 2014 Turn Dates for these three component elements are described below.

 

2014 Bradley Bars Turn Dates for the Long Terms

Bradley Bars Turn Dates 2014 - S&P 500 - Long Terms (Dec 18)

  • February 7 (100/100 Long Terms Power) – This turn date took place just a couple of days after one of the most significant lows in the S&P 500 for 2014.

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  • December 8 (100/100 Long Terms Power) – The S&P 500 started to experience some downside volatility immediately after this turn date.  This marked a significant shift from the rally in the S&P 500 that took place from mid-October through the end of November.

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2014 Bradley Bars Turn Dates for the Declinations

Bradley Bars Turn Dates 2014 - S&P 500 - Declinations (Dec 18)

  • February 9 (44/100 Declinations Power) – This Declinations Turn Date took place only a few days after a very significant low in the S&P 500, which bottomed between February 3 and February 5.  This Declinations turn date was especially powerful as it coincided with turn dates of the other elements of the Bradley Siderograph (i.e., the Middle Terms, Long Terms, and the Siderograph itself had turn dates on February 6, February 7, and February 8, respectively).

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  • March 5 (39/100 Declinations Power) – This Declinations Turn Date took place at approximately the same time the S&P 500’s rally started to lose momentum.  This rally started at approximately the same time as the last Turn Date (just before February 9), and the March 5th Declinations Turn Date marked its temporary plateau.  It was not until the end of May that the S&P 500 began to increase significantly from this level.

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  • July 23 (100/100 Declinations Power) – This Declinations Turn Date took place one day before a temporary high in the S&P 500, after which the S&P 500 decreased approximately 4% (i.e., between July 23 and August 7th).

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  • December 17 (100/100 Declinations Power) – The S&P 500 rallied over 2% on the exact same day as this Declinations Turn Date.  The next day (December 18) the S&P 500 rallied over 2% for a second day in a row.  This was a very significant shift in the trend of the S&P 500 given that prior to this turn date the S&P 500 was experiencing one of its steepest declines of the year.

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2014 Bradley Bars Turn Dates for the Middle Terms

Bradley Bars Turn Dates 2014 - S&P 500 - Middle Terms (Dec 18)

 

  • January 1 (69/100 Middle Terms Power) – The S&P had been rallying significantly in 2013 immediately prior to this Middle Terms Turn Date.  However, at approximately the same time this turn date took place, the S&P 500’s rally began to wind down, and the index then topped and decreased until early February.

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  • September 2 (62/100 Middle Terms Power) – This Middle Terms Turn Date marked the approximate middle of the top in the S&P 500 that took place between early and mid-September.

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  • October 17 (53/100 Middle Terms Power) – This turn date coincided with a relatively significant bottom in the S&P 500 for 2014.  Note that on the exact same day there was also a turn in the Siderograph itself.  This may have contributed to an especially strong turn date on October 17th.

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  • November 19 (46/100 Middle Terms Power) – To be determined (TBD)

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  • December 10 (46/100 Middle Terms Power) – To be determined (TBD)

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  • December 28 (33/100 Middle Terms Power) – To be determined (TBD).  This turn date has a relatively low power compared to other Middle Term Turn Dates, but it is going to take place only 3 days after a significant turn in the Bradley Siderograph itself.

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S&P 500 Turn Dates for 2010-2020

 

New Bradley Bars Tool and Enhanded Functionality

Have you ever wondered if the next Bradley Turn Date is going to be a strong one or a weak one? Also, who determines what is an official Turn Date versus what is just a small blip in the Siderograph that is not even worth watching? The new Bradley Bars Tool helps answer those questions!

Previously Turn Dates in the Bradley Siderograph were determined judgmentally. If the Siderograph had been trending upward, peaked, and then began trending downward, the peak was generally classified as a Turn Date. However, do we really want to use judgmentally determined Turn Dates rather than mathematically calculated Turn Dates?

For those who prefer more precise Turn Dates, we developed the new Bradley Bars tool in the Bradley Siderograph Dashboard. This tool displays a Bar each time there is a turn in the Bradley Siderograph itself or one of its three component elements. The size of this Bar varies from a value of 0 (i.e., no Turn Date) to a value of 100 for a very clear and significant Turn Date.

Historically it has been assumed that large Turn Dates do not necessarily result in larger turns than smaller Turn Dates. Therefore, rather than focusing on the absolute power of a particular Turn Date, you can instead use the Bars as a filtering mechanism. For example, you can decide to only look at Turn Dates with a value of 40 or higher.

One of the most powerful uses of the Bradley Bars is to identify when there is a “cluster” of turns in both the Bradley Siderograph itself and its component elements as these are days we should watch very closely. For example, the most effective turns this year had a strong “clustering” of Turn Dates from not only the Bradley Siderograph itself, but also the Middle Terms, Long Terms, and Declinations.

Enhanced Functionality

The latest version of the Bradley Siderograph Dashboard also contains enhanced functionality including:

  • The ability to click a button to scale the graph of the security of your choice
  • The inclusion of 3 months prior to and subsequent to the year you select, which makes it much easier to catch turn dates at the beginning and end of each year.

The second item above can be especially useful because, as you may notice in the screen shot below, there are significant turn dates at both the very beginning and very end of 2014!

Financial Astrology Software Bradley Bars

Click on the button below to download your own free copy of the new Bradley Bars Dashboard.

The Downloads page has two videos that go over how the Bradley Bars Dashboard works and how you can use it to assess the “power” of Bradley Turn Dates.


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16 thoughts on “Bradley Turn Dates 2014 – S&P 500

  • Vikalp

    Hi Matt,
    Thanks for your previous reply regarding the power of bradley siderograph. I am going through the 2014 dates for and validating them against S&P 500. I am bit confused.

    1. 01-Jan-14 To 08-Feb-14
    S&P Range is 1831 to 1776.
    Down by 55 points

    2. 09-Feb-2014 To 22-Feb-2014
    S&P Range is 1779 to 1835.
    Up By 36 Points

    3. 23-Feb-14 To 18-Jul-14
    S&P Range is 1847 to 1960.
    Again up By 113 points.

    So my question is related to the 3rd time frame. This shall be a downward movement as 2nd was a upward. But rather then a downward it was a big up move. Is there any reason that we can interpret. Kindly explain.

    Thanks and Regards
    Vikalp

    • Bradley Siderograph

      Hi Vikalp,

      Thanks for your comment. The Bradley Turn Dates are typically viewed as a time period when there could be a change in the market, positive or negative. However, a Turn Date can be associated with a high or a low in the market regardless of whether or not the Bradley Siderograph indicator is at a high or low point on the Turn Date.

      You might find the “Nature of Turn Dates” page to be useful in further answering your question:
      https://bradleysiderograph.com/nature-of-turn-dates/

      Regards,
      Matt

  • William Kellett

    Very Good explanation on your new video. I have followed the Bradley for years but withthe availability of your work I will pay more attention to the turn dates.

  • Arch Crawford

    Re: The December 9-10 date as more powerful.

    Dec 10 was the Mars opposition to Uranus, which averages out to the top day of the 1.924-year Mars/Uranus synodic cycle in terms of DJIA over 40+ cycles.

  • Peter Eppinger

    Hi, Matt and followers!
    Merry christmas to everybody – good luck and the power to make the right decisions!
    Now we are in the middle of a big cluster:
    Bradley siderograph: 26th Dec.
    middle term: 28th Dec.
    New Moon: 22nd Dec.
    winter solstice: 22nd Dec.
    I believe, the possibilities are high for a big turning point in the stock-markets!
    Peter

    • Bradley Siderograph

      Hi Wayne,

      Thanks for your comment. The Bradley Siderograph is not specific to any one security or market. I’ll plan to add a graph to the site by the end of this week that compares the Bradley Siderograph with Canada’s TSX.

  • Eli

    Hello

    I did watch your video and have to tell you are doing a great job. Done very well !!!

    ?) dId not find where to download the new Bradley Bars Tool

    Regards,
    Eli

  • Vijay

    Hi,

    Looking at your sideograph for 2014, it seems that S & P is going in opposite direction. Can you please care to explain if your chart is still valid and we are looking at bottom around Nov 22nd, if that is correct then we may end up finishing year above 2100 in S & P instead of 1600’s as per your prediction cycle!

    Thank you for taking time, I hope you will not find my question confusing! 🙂

    Cheers

    • Bradley Siderograph

      Hi Vijay,

      Thanks for your question. The Siderograph indicator itself is not intended to be used as an indication of whether the market is going to go up or down. For example, if the Siderograph is projected to increase, this does not necessarily mean that the S&P 500 is going to increase. Instead, it’s important to focus on the turning points of the Siderograph (i.e., where the Siderograph changes direction). Bradley Siderograph turn dates take place at the points where the Siderograph changes its direction. For example, the next turn date will take place on November 22nd, so we can look for a possible turn in the market at this time. If the S&P 500 increases until around November 22nd we would be looking for the S&P 500 to decrease, whereas if the S&P 500 was decreasing in the days/weeks leading up to November 22nd we would be looking for a possible increase in the S&P 500 (i.e., to see if there is a turn in the S&P 500 at the same time there is a turn in the Siderograph). I hope this helped!

  • rotrot

    have been reviewing your Bradley Siderograph data for the remainder of 2014 and 2015…will be interesting to see if the next interim low occurs on September 24, 2014…if so, then the general market trend could continue down until March 14, 2015…of course, there will be rally’s along the way…thanks for your informative posts and valuable data!