Our Moon, The Moon is Earth’s only natural satellite (a celestial body that orbits a planet). It takes the Moon 27.3 days to make a complete orbit around the Earth, but because the Earth is moving around the sun at the same time, it takes the moon 29.5 days to go through its eight different ‘phases’ – a lunar month.2 for more read
For our main purposes we will be mainly focusing on New moon and full moon phases and what they mean and the opportunities we can find in the Financial market arena.
The positions of the Moon as it orbits the Earth and the Earth as it orbits the Sun determine the four unique phases that the Moon goes through to varies in its appearance. The four primary Moon phases, commonly referred to as Lunar Phases, are the First Quarter, Full Moon, Last Quarter, and New Moon. The eight phases that together make up the Moon’s phases are listed in the following sequential order, plus four additional intermediate phases: Full Moon, Waning Gibbous, Last Quarter, Waning Crescent, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, and New Moon.
As we mentioned earlier we will be mostly concerned with a base point of the New moon and Full moon Phase, and with additional articles on the moon as it passes through the various star signs and the messages in order to make an informed decision based on price action.