The New Moon in Taurus plus Uranus moving into the sign of Taurus spells big shifts in the Earth, banking, finances and the SEC.
By Susan Abbott Gidel
May 14, 2018
(All times Eastern)
Profound shifts to the Earth as well as banking and financial systems could start on Tuesday, May 15, this month’s top Red Letter Trading Day.
The day begins with a New Moon in Taurus at 7:48 am. Every new moon provides the opportunity to plant seeds of something new related to its zodiac sign. Taurus is an Earth sign, ruled by money planet Venus. So, actions that bring stability to money have support during the New Moon phase. (I suppose burying your money in the ground counts, too…)
What makes this day the month’s most significant, though, is that Uranus also moves into the sign of Taurus, at 11:16 am. Uranus is a disrupter, and it will remain in Taurus through July 2025 (with the exception of a brief revisit into Aries from early November 2018-early January 2019).
In the Earth sign of Taurus, Uranus could literally disrupt the Earth, which may explain in part the recent volcanic eruptions in Hawaii as the Earth feels the stress of this outer planet sign change.
From a financial perspective, Uranus in Taurus could upset the current banking and financial system. Uranus has an 84-year cycle, and last entered Taurus on June 7, 1934, one day after the U.S. Securities Exchange Act was enacted, which created the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Thus, the SEC could get a major overhaul over the next seven years as Uranus is in Taurus.
Tuesday’s reports include:
- TBD China Industrial Production
- 2:00 am Germany GDP Flash
- 4:30 am Great Britain Labour Market Report
- 5:00 am Eurozone GDP Flash
- 5:00 am Eurozone Industrial Production
- 8:30 am US Retail Sales