Astral suitability of
various stocks for you
"Buy only those stocks
whose natal chart
harmonizes with your
own natal chart."
Stock market is full of investors who complain, 'Everything is
going up, except my cats and dogs'. Why should this happen? Many years ago, a retired Vice President of one of the world's
largest bank gave the following formula for picking stocks:
"Buy only those stocks whose natal chart harmonizes with your
own natal chart."
To determine this 'harmony' of a particular stock with your own
natal chart, we have employed established principles of Vedic
astrology, used since ages in India, to gauge 'harmony' between
two horoscopes. The horoscope may be of two persons, cities,
countries or stocks.
The Vedic Astrology principles applied
This report is based on astral comparison between two horoscopes
- the first is yours and the other is of the corporate entity,
which you have chosen to test the harmony.
The principles used are quite different from the principles of
'compatibility analysis' between two persons. However, some
applicable principles has been retained.
The report takes cognizance of the Rising sign, Moon sign,
Nakshatra & Ashtakvarga of both the horoscopes. It verifies
the relationships between planets and Lords of houses. It also
compares different relevant houses in two horoscopes. The
Ashtakvarga methodology is extensively used. Analysis as per
'Sound of name' is done based on the principles of 'Swarodaya-Shastra'.
'Investment Time Frame'
The suitability of a stock has also been calculated from the
'Investment Time Frame' point of view. If a stock has proper
basic suitability with your horoscope, check whether it is
suitable for 'Long term investment', 'Short term investment'
or for 'Speculative activities'.
This check is based on comparison of astrological parameters
between two natal charts and is 'horoscopes specific'. That is
why, the same stock may be 'excellent' for 'Long Term investment'
for one person while it may be 'poor' for another person for 'Long
If 'Basic suitability' is absent, ignore this check and avoid
The Western Astrology principles also
We have also used the Western astrology concepts in this report.
But remember, we have not 'mixed' the Western astrology with
Vedic astrology. Instead, it has been 'added' as a separate
A famous British astrologer, born in 19th Century at Leeds,
explained a method to determine the favourable and unfavourable
aspects formed, with due weightages assigned to them, between
one's natal chart and the Company's natal chart. If the sum of
positive aspect values are greater than the sum of negative
aspect values in the speculum, the concerned stock can be
considered favourable. If the negative aspect values are more
than the positive aspect values, it would be better that one
should avoid the particular stock.
The available horoscopes & data
The program has more than a thousand horoscopes, of most of the
prominent companies, Indian as well as U.S., in it's database.
The birth-data of these companies has been compiled from very
authentic sources. Those companies has been left out, of whom,
we could not procure this data from a very reliable source.
To draw the Company horoscopes, one of the following dates has been
1. Date of incorporation"
2. Date of re-organization of the company"
3. Date of 'First trade' in it's stock at a premier exchange"