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As you are aware numerology is a part of astrology. Financial astrology has four branches viz., Forex astrology, Stock market astrology, Jackpot astrology and Lottery astrology. In numerology, financial numerology uses the nine numbers for speculation. As you are aware, Phthgorus averred that each number has a vibration and that certain beneficial numbers can bring luck. As far as Stock Market astrology is concerned, it can be termed as an art. If you only know how to select shares based on your lucky numbers, then only can you hope to succeed.
Numerologists have assigned digits to all the letters of the alphabet. Therefore, your name has Name number. The numbers assigned to the letters of the alphabet are:
AIJQY – 1, BKR-2, CGLS -3, DMT-4, EHNX-5, UVW-6, OZ-7 and FB -8 and no letter has been assigned to the number nine. The name number is arrived by adding all the digits which correspond to the letters in your name. The following table gives a glimpse of the planet number and the industry that is concerned
Ravi - 1 - refers to PSUs
Chandra - 2 - refers to Pharma sectors
Guru - 3 - Banking and financial sectors
Rahu - 4 - Information and Technology
Budha - 5 - Communications and Telecommunications
Sukra - 6 - Auto and related companies
Ketu - 7 - Oil and related sectors
Sani - 8 - Iron, Machinery and heavy Engineering sectors
Kuja - 9 - Electrical and electronics and fire related sectors
The market situation must be judged by a combination of both technical analysis and Numerology. One should prepare oneself for technical corrections which can happen at any point of time. While share market experts advocate consulting a financial expert, we suggest consulting the astro-experts as well. Consult Stock Market Astrology and Numerology experts, who combine both technical analysis and the occult sciences for guidance. Speculative capital is high risk capital and there is no guarantee for it. You have to remember 'Nothing ventured-noting gained'.