Author calculated April 6, 2023 Full Moon Zodiac Chart via Astro.com
As we see from the above chart wheel, there’s a pile up of planets in Aries and Taurus. The Full Moon in Libra opposes the Sun, Chiron, Jupiter and Eris, all in Aries. Therefore, this waning 2-week lunar cycle spotlights courage and taking bold actions (Aries) to heal wounds (Chiron) related to wealth protection (Jupiter) that has experienced discord (Eris).
Taurus ruled by Venus represents our money, banking and currencies. Planetary symbols depicted in Taurus include Mercury, the (North) True Node, Juno, Uranus, and Venus. The markets will be heavily focused on the development of financial systems, especially through commercial trade (Mercury), partnerships (Juno), innovation and technologies (Uranus) for our money needs (Venus).
I expect we'll see some big news and extreme trading with Mercury conjoining North True Node at the onset of this full moon. This emphasis of planets in Aries and Taurus suggests an overall bullish phase for U.S. markets, although it will likely still be choppy with a few bearish days in between.
April 5 to 8: Coinciding with the Libra Full Moon, the Sun conjoins Chiron (inflation) in Aries while Mercury in Taurus sextiles (harmonizes with) Saturn in Pisces. Venus (money) in Taurus (again, money) sextiles Neptune (Oil) in Pisces (again, Oil) on Good Friday suggests a potential for higher oil prices. Mercury (trade) sextiles Mars (actions, defense) in Cancer early Saturday morning. The confluence of all these energies is mostly positive for markets, although investors have a tendency toward indecision during a Libra Moon, seeking to find balance.
April 10 to 11: Venus enters Gemini and makes a flowing trine to Pluto in Aquarius. As Venus (money) aligns with Pluto (power, energy) in Air signs, stocks could easily lift higher for a nice bounce. More importantly, the Sun conjoins Jupiter in fiery Aries this Tuesday, so we’re lit to be bold and expand our horizons in all life areas. The shadow side of Sun-Jupiter in Aries is that leaders (Sun) might expand (Jupiter) war or be aggressive (Aries), so we shouldn’t rule out that unfortunate potential. On a mundane level, anger among politicians or between governments is a threat to market calm.
April 12: There are mixed planetary signals on Wednesday with a Capricorn Moon opposition to Mars, then trine to Mercury and Uranus, plus the Moon will square Chiron. We might encounter emotional (Moon) anger (Mars) about inflation (Chiron) that could dampen market spirits. The tech sector (Uranus) and commercial trades (Mercury) look more promising. As astrological theories go, the outer planet usually wins; for this situation that’s Uranus.
April 13: Thursday will also likely be tricky and confusing with a void-of-course Moon for most of the trading day. Oil and technology are in the spotlight with Moon in Capricorn (governments) sextile Neptune (oil) then Moon conjoining Pluto in Aquarius (tech, energy, power) later in the day. Neptune tends towards fantasy, idealism and confusion. Hopeful but confused investors is an appropriate vibe description.
April 14: We might see a financial reality check or pull back on Orthodox Good Friday with Venus (money) in Gemini square Saturn (limitations) in Pisces. Both planets in edgy alignment and mutable signs suggest a potential albeit brief reversal. The Moon in Aquarius also squares Mercury and Uranus in Taurus for added tension. Will the bulls push on through? Let’s flip a coin, then wait to see how it lands.
April 17 to 18: We’re now under the influence of the upcoming Solar Eclipse (a 6-month cycle) plus Jupiter (wealth) conjoining Eris (discord). Enjoy these two days if you can. Monday should be full of big dreams and wishful thinking with the Moon conjoined Neptune in Pisces. Traders may even appear giddy, and oil prices are spotlighted. Tuesday is divergent as the Moon in Aries sextiles Venus and then squares Mars. People may end up seeking security and sell off by end of the trading day.
April 19 to 20: I’ll have more to say next time about the new moon Solar Eclipse and Jupiter-Eris conjunction. Solar Eclipses usher in new directions that can last six months or longer. Prepare in advance for some dramatic shifts as the eclipse takes form.
ADDITIONAL CHARTS BELOW:
Here’s what stands out in the New York Stock Exchange - Full Moon synastry chart comparison:
House area 11: Transiting True Node (our collective direction) and transiting Mercury (commerce, trade) conjoin NYSE Venus (money, banking) PLUS transiting Venus (money, banking) conjoins NYSE Mercury (commerce, trade) – all in money sign Taurus! This is a rare set up showing the focus for these two weeks is on communications, commercial trading, money, banks, and currencies. The 11th house represents our long-range dreams and goals. These configurations reinforce optimism and bullish markets as well as the most paramount market issues during this waning lunar cycle.
Author calculated NYSE - April 6, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
Next for the DJIA - Full Moon synastry chart below:
House area 9: Transiting Venus (money, banks) conjoins DJIA Venus (money, banks). Clearly issues about money and banking are of prime relevance as here again it’s the major theme. I consider this Venus pairing a bullish indicator for the Dow Jones Index during April’s waning lunar phase.
Author calculated DJIA - April 6, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
Below is the NASDAQ - Full Moon synastry chart:
House area 1: Transiting Uranus (technology, innovation) conjoins NASDAQ Saturn (structures, limitations, restrictions) in money sign Taurus. Surprise bullish trends for the NASDAQ are likely while tech companies restructure their businesses with cost cutting measures such as employee layoffs.
Author calculated NASDAQ - April 6, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
See below for the S&P - Full Moon synastry chart:
House area 10: Transiting Saturn (limitations) conjoins S&P Venus (money, banks) in Pisces. The S&P index trend during this cycle is more bearish than bullish. A somewhat restrictive or moderate tone is probable with lower break outs than the DJIA or NASDAQ. Companies in the S&P that are structurally sound with solid cash flow should fare best.
House area 11: Transiting Sun (leaders) conjoined transiting Chiron (healing wounds) conjoins S&P Moon (people, investors). Government leaders in Congress, the Fed, and S&P corporate CEOs will be under pressure to keep markets from crashing so that investors keep bigger long-term goals in sight.
Author calculated S&P - April 6, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
For the Federal Reserve Board - Full Moon synastry chart:
House area 9: Transiting Neptune (illusions, confusion, fears) still conjoins the Fed’s Juno (partners) and Eris (discord) in Pisces (wishful thinking). Neptune implies deception and/or a lack of clarity. The Fed will continue to be uncertain about how to lower inflation and how much to raise interest rates in the aftermath of the Silicon Valley Bank collapse.
Author calculated Federal Reserve Board - April 6, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
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Until next time, I wish you a joyful and prosperous full moon cycle.
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