The stock market is on a roller coaster ride
- It’s now in a bounce pattern
- Doubt about the future of the…
- Send shock waves…
The stock market is on a roller coaster ride, up hundreds or points and then down hundreds of points. here’s what we see for the near future.
After a run up the market fell and it’s now in a bounce pattern. It will recover some of its losses before it begins falling again. Over all you will see a drop of around 1,000 points wiping out much of the gains of the last few months.
What will affect this drop in the market is questions about war and poor earnings by stocks that usually do well. Once the public sees these traditional great earners starting to falter it will be like emotional dominoes falling and the trust in the market and these big companies will start to show up as doubt about the future of the American economy.
Also, a couple more countries that default on their debt will send shock waves throughout the markets around the world.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That just as people were so elated when the market kept climbing, they will be scared when they see it starting to fall.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because the segments of the markets that traditionally did so well will begin faltering.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: We wouldn’t have much money in the markets at all. If you do – make sure you use stops to protect your positions.
COMMENTARY: The definition of Fragility is “lacking vigor or easily broken.” You could say this about the stock market. It’s not only fragile, but i’t just not exciting any more. Program trading that shifts markets in nano-seconds makes it impossible for the “average investor” to make any money at all. If you try to decipher all the talking-head “experts” on the financial news, you’ll go crazy listening to them contradict each other. The things that used to make the markets move cannot be counted on anymore. For example, talk of possible wars that would disrupt the oil supply are discredited a few weeks later (after you’ve positioned your trade) by saying that there’s more oil supply than they thought. Whichever way you place your bet, it will be wrong. Play red and black will hit; play black and red will hit. Play them both and double zero will come up. You can’t win. You’d feel better just giving your money to charity.