Start a count off the flooding of New Orleans, and let's see what it
gives us. I noted with interest the hurricanes most potent force was
144 days after the eclipse of April 8, just out of interest.
$20 billion to get things started from the US government. No doubt
about the American can do attitude. I note with interest here however,
that in all past real estate cycles in the US, as we went the last few
years into the cycle, (about after 15 years from the prior trough) the
most active players for that cycle found themselves more and more
over-extended (though it did not appear that way from the outside) and
way into debt. For those who have my written material on these cycles,
go back and see for yourself. Can't help but get the feeling this is
And in each of those cycles, at the end, rising interest rates finished
those players off that were heaviest in debt.
to other things
important article here
you watch, parts of the theft will have been by the US dark side (as I
call it, ie the criminal element) - merely repeating history as per past
war involvement. The largest theft in all of history took place in the
US between 1982 and 1988, out of the banks, about perhaps $30 to $50
billion (yes Billion). Stay tuned, more coming on that one.
any gain will trickle slowly into land price - all part of the cycle as
we move into the top
I am sure you can sympathise; it is all about the emotion, which is
another way of describing a chart
but if one has to turn into some sort of psycopath to get rid of the
emotion, forget it.
Gold has broken that key level of around the $448 mark. Anything
pertaining to gold will have an emotional time 1979 plus 30 years. You
can be certain of this now. The market prices in the turmoil before
hand remember. I would expect this to involve the US, Iran and energy.
Also banks and debt.
Good call of mine on mgx I thought. Even nicer to have traded it this
time too. So continuing along the line of what is taught in class, one
would have their eyes on atp as a study of Gann technique. And we wait
for the break
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