The Stellium

A STELLIUM is when 4 or more planets are conjunct (grouped together) within a few degrees. A conjunction can be an extraordinary event in its effect and is unlikely to be something that occurs with the same planets more than once in most lifetimes. A Good example of the Stellium was 8 24 1987 when Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, and Mars were all conjunct within 4 degrees. The result was a market high within one day of this date and a crash within 2 months. The market took over 2 years to make...

Basic Astro Training for Traders

Revised and copyrighted by Robert Hitt 10 6 2000 Welcome to basic training. In the last few years publishing AstroEcon I have had some difficulty getting some important points across because YOU the reader don't have a clue as to what I am talking about. This basic training course is being seriously upgraded as of October 2000. What was a good course is going to be a GREAT one. I hope to produce a companion CD ROM version of these lessons with even more graphics including animations of...

About Robert Hitt

Since 1975, Robert has researched the impact of astrological influences on US stock market behavior. An important contribution to financial astrology is his pioneering work in the application of midpoint astrological aspects to long term financial and economic cycles which portended the rolling series of financial dislocations beginning with the Asian crisis in 1997. The AstroEcon website, started by Mr. Hitt in 1995, was one of the first financial astrology site on the world wide web. It is...