Power Play on January 11 Red Letter Trading Day

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Powerful leaders push their agenda as the Sun and Pluto come together in Capricorn.

Power Play

By Susan Abbott Gidel
January 10, 2019

(All times Eastern)

Intensity among leaders is paramount on Friday, January 11 as the Sun and Pluto are exactly together in the sign of Capricorn at 6:38 am. In Capricorn, the focus is on business and government. The Sun represents leaders and Pluto represents transformation. Leaders of any stripe are intent on getting things to go their way. On the flipside, there is potential for leaders to be transformed and change their mind.

Based on previous planetary positions at significant market lows, be on the lookout for a low in gold and 10-year T-notes. For TYN, this is the second of four trend changes forecast for January. The first was for a high on January 2; TYN made a high on January 3.

Friday’s reports include:

  • Thursday 6:30 pm  Japan Household Spending
  • 4:30 am  Great Britain Monthly GDP
  • 7:00 am  India Industrial Production
  • 8:30 am  US CPI
  • *12:00 pm  USDA Annual Crop Production
  • *12:00 pm  USDA Grain Stocks
  • *12:00 pm  USDA Winter Wheat/Canola Seedings

*Postponed due to partial government shutdown


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