OpenDoors of MarketClose

The world's first systematic stock market timing forecast based on The Book of Change
By the evidential stock market movement that verifies the true meaning within the Book

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Tickers (tabs) are sorted from left to right in descending order on the forecast date.

Essentials:
1. Each market has two doors: Open and Close.
2. In theory, Open leads market up; Close, to down.
3. In reality, the extent of how the market will Open or Close is expressed by the forecast.
4. Repetitive forecast: a direction that is above or beyond the door is being emphasized.

Examples by using VIX (the fear index for SPX):
2014.07.31 forecast on Close:
Deliberating over joyfulness, SPX is not at ease.
Keep away from disease/illness, then there is happiness.
2014.10.16 note: By RUT-forecst, "it" will be contained and joy will come.

2009.03.17 forecast on Open:
(Metaphore) SPX is like a king who has influential power on the foundation,
do not immerse in pity and worry. If able to join this king and become
a member of his household, good fortune.

2008.09.29 forecast on Close:
(Metaphore) SPX is like a well, no water comes out because the well is being
tiled; no fault for doing so. (However, people may be panic if they do not
know this situation.)

2001.09.04 forecast on Close:
(Metaphore) SPX has missed his chance, the chance has gone away, like a bird
flying away, this is a sign of misfortune, calamity, and trouble.




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