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Posted on 9 May 2013 | 3,250 views

Search Term “Crash of 1929” Predicting 2,000 Point Drop in the DJIA Causing a 2013 Stock Market Correction

Searching through Google Trends, one interesting search trend which stands out is “Crash of 1929” — which seems to peak right before the Dow Jones Industrial Average crashes 1,000 to 2,000 points.

So, for April 2013 — we have the “Crash of 1929” search term climbing once again but the Dow Jones Industrial Average is making new highs — looking through the data, we should have the next stock market correction finishing up by August 2013. If no stock market correction occurs, watch out for September 2013 (September has the Most Stock Market Corrections on Record) and October 2013 (October has the Largest Stock Market Corrections on Record).

Is the stock market reversing the “Crash of 1929” trend or setting up for a 2,000 point drop? You decide!

Below are the charts supporting the “Crash of 1929” search term which predicts stock market corrections.

April 2008 — The Dow Jones Industrial Average goes on and plummets 2,000 points.

October 2008 — The Dow Jones Industrial Average goes on and plummets 2,000 points.

March 2009 — The Dow Jones Industrial Average finally makes a market bottom.

March 2010 — The Dow Jones Industrial Average goes on and plummets 1,000 points.

March 2011 — The Dow Jones Industrial Average goes on and plummets 2,000 points.

April 2012 — The Dow Jones Industrial Average goes on and plummets 1,000 points.

April 2013 — The Dow Jones Industrial Average is making all-time-high records?

Dow Jones Industrials 5 Year Chart

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