CIT Analysis: Aspects Hits
CIT Analysis is now part of a tabbed form for
Tab 1: Analysis of Aspects Hit dates to the radix compared to the actual CIT date. To determine accuracy.
Tab 2: Missing Aspects when there is a significant CIT.
For financial stocks and crypto data – Full Landscape View #6 (Finance)
CIT = Change in Trend, an inflexion point
For Tab 2 see:
This article covers Tab 1:
Analysis of Aspects Hit dates to the radix compared to the actual CIT date
Two new forms and associated menu icons (plus Info/Help form):
CIT Analysis, and Add a CIT – see screenshots below.
A new table for the added CITs. Automatically populated when adding a CIT. Records are identified by the stock or crypto currency.
CIT’s for BTC are provided for the date range Dec 7th 2017 to June 13th 2018 – automatically provided on AC install or update. These dates were use by the author to produce the analysis seen below, Analysis of BTC. Each date may be deleted by swiping left as it is quite possible that these dates do not match your Aspect Hits. See below: Adding a CIT and Analysis menu icons
CIT = Change in Trend
Requirements: Aspect Hit data, and CIT data.
Theory: Using the BTC chart as an example. Once a list of AC Aspect Hits is generated for the BTC natal chart a simple analysis can be made to see if these Aspect Hits coincide with significant CIT’s in the BTC price.
Using the AC BTC chart, dates can be added to the CIT table were there is a significant CIT – long-press over a CIT and press the + icon.
Procedure: Using Aspect Hits data produce some simple stats. For example Bitcoin exact aspects to the Radix and compare these dates to the actual associated Changes in Trend (CIT) date of the Bitcoin price.
Analysis of BTC
Removing (un-tick) an Aspect Hit from the calculation.
Note that the associated CIT Date record must be un-ticked too
Most frequent applying planet/point, often Transiting planet/point (added ver 1.96)
Adding a CIT and Analysis menu icons
When a date is successfully added:
Swipe left to delete a record
Updated menu icons: (from AC ver 1.97)
To add a CIT date to the CIT table – select CIT’s in the Aspect Hit date range
- Long-press over the financial chart and select an actual CIT date to compare with an associated Aspect Hit date. Release long-press.
- Tap the + button icon. The CIT Date table is shown above the financial chart and the date is added to the table. The time is ignored.
- Continue until the number of actual CIT dates is the same number as the possible associated Aspect Hit dates
- View the results in the Analysis form. The CIT dates will always be shown in date order.
When adding dates duplicate dates are ignored. You can swipe to delete a date record.
Ensure that the selected CIT and Selected Aspect Hit totals are the same.
Basic and Simple Analysis
Please note this is a basic and simple analysis. Various factors are not taken into account. Such as: is the CIT significant? Are there two aspects happening at the same time that seemingly interfere with each other and cause the CIT to be less significant that could be hoped for.
However, I believe that the analysis does give a broad indication of the effectiveness of using Transits to the BTC radix to signify a change in trend (before it happens). This may not apply to other financial instruments.