Stock Market Collapse Chart January 2016-Ready To Fall Hard
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Two big themes during this year are firstly the bursting of the tremendous debt bubble, which will occur against the background of intensifying deflation resulting in declining bond, stock and property markets. This bubble is of epic proportions, so it will not burst overnight, but over a long period probably lasting several years, but that doesn’t mean that there won’t be some embedded crash phases within it. The second big theme is likely to be the ongoing campaign to subjugate Russia, which up to now has involved the fomenting of a pro-Western coup in Ukraine, on Russia’s south western flank, the attempt to change the leadership in Syria, which is an ally of Russia, using “freedom fighters” (terrorists), the stationing of missile batteries hard up against Russia’s borders with Europe, the demonization of Russia and its leader Putin in the Western press, and the imposition of an economic blockade (sanctions) on Russia on spurious grounds. The Neocons goal is what is has been since the collapse of the Soviet Union, global hegemony by the US, and Russia and China are seen as standing in the way, so they have to be made to kneel or be overcome militarily – apparently the Neocons are prepared to consider a nuclear first strike against Russia, and perhaps later China, as a means to achieve their ends. Needless to say, this is an extremely dangerous game they are playing that could backfire badly, and it is the chief reason why China has been scrambling to beef up its military. Larry Edelson of Weiss research, who certainly cannot be described as a kook or nut case, has made clear that a number of major war cycles come to a climax in 2019 – 2020, so the next few years are going to be interesting, to put it mildly. Wars and terrorism also serve to distract the ignorant masses from their economic exploitation and servitude at home.
Now we move on to the charts. We have observed what follows already last year, but since it is still just as relevant now, and perhaps even more so, it bears repeating.
First we look at the 10-year chart for the S&P500 index, on which we see that it has broken down from its major uptrend in force from 2009, so technically it is entering a bearmarket. Since this uptrend was converging it makes it a bearish Rising Wedge, which is so much the worse for the market’s prospects.
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