About the Site
Thanks for visiting BradleySiderograph.com. This web site is primarily intended to explain and analyze a formula in a book written by Donald Bradley in the 1940s (i.e., the “Bradley Siderograph” indicator or “Bradley Barometer”). I hope you find the resources on the site to be useful and informative. Feel free to reach out with a comment on the site or via email (see below) if you have any questions, thoughts, or comments you would like to share.
For as long as I can remember I have been interested in the stock market. When I was younger I used to watch “Wall Street Week” with Louis Rukeyser. I used to look through various investment magazines to try to pick out individual stocks and mutual funds that would beat the market. Eventually I took my search for knowledge beyond standard fundamental analysis and technical analysis into more esoteric fields. Before long I came across the work of W.D. Gann, Donald Bradley, and others. At first I saw their techniques as being somewhat unusual until I saw things from a broader perspective.
David Ovason’s book, “The Secret Architecture of Our Nation’s Capital,” piqued my interest. In this book Ovason describes how the laying of the cornerstone for the most important buildings in Washington, D.C. took place at times when specific astrological phenomena were taking place (e.g., the Capitol, the White House, and the Washington Monument).
I also came across a variety of other very prominent people who use astrology, and I had an epiphany. I realized that the top one tenth of one percent of society appears to pay serious attention to astrology, whereas the remaining 99.9% of society often doesn’t seem to give astrology a second thought.
There are tens of thousands of people analyzing the stock price of big blue chip companies such as Apple or Google using “standard” techniques, so it’s not easy to “beat the market” using only fundamental and technical analysis. I see Financial Astrology as offering a unique possibility of generating alpha given that we are still in an early phase of the development of the field as compared to other more established methodologies for security analysis. I’m glad that you’re here to learn more and “get in on the ground floor.” I hope you find the analysis and research on the site to be useful in helping you learn more.
NOTE: Past performance is no guarantee of future results. I am not intimately familiar with your own personal financial situation, and therefore I am unable to offer you any financial advice or recommendations. Nothing contained on this web site contains investment recommendations, advice, or offers to buy or sell securities. The content on this site is for educational and entertainment purposes only. Please seek your own competent investment professionals as needed to inform your investment decisions.