The next two weeks overall will be jangly in the sense that the delays of last month should start to lift and life shows signs of picking up pace. And in the midst of this, you may be trying to do one thing but, inevitably, something else demands priority, which, in this case, is how one handles unknowns.

All of this, what I do, examines prior, mathematical time cycles and their signatures. Not saying it will happen this week but sometime this year, we may see a new issue of monetary currency, an upgrade or, possibly, a country that leaves a standardised system. Happened in 1871 (birth of the Japanese Yen), 1786 (birth of the U.S. dollar), 1915 (The $1 and $50 Panama-Pacific Int’l gold coin) 1931 (Japan leaves the gold standard)…

In the mean time, expect large gatherings to be limited very broadly everywhere toward the end of this month into April, similar to the new stipulations in France.