Although I don’t understand all the technical aspects of the financial markets, I’m a big fan of Martin Armstrong’s blog and writings. One thing that has always thrown me for a loop were his dates and figuring out how they translated to a specific day on the calendar. I looked around the internet for a while and finally found something on a forum. But it wasn’t easy to find and took a while. I decided to provide it here for others who might be interested in finding out the info.
The date 2015.75:
2015 = The year 2015
75 is a percentage of the days of the year. You translate it this way –
365 days in 1 year x .75 = 273.75 or rounded to 274.
274 = the day of the year. Going here, you can find the date.
274 = Oct. 1, 2015
I hope this helps others interested in translating these dates.
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