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Posted on 14 Mar 2013 | 3,944 views
Don’t Bring out the Champagne yet – DJIA Predicted to Bottom Out at 8200

Last Thursday, after a couple of weeks of steady but relatively normal declines, the Dow suddenly tanked 500 points. Then, after a modest recovery on Friday, it fell 600 points — then it soared 400 points. Then it plunged 500 points — then it blasted off to another 400 point gain.

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Posted on 17 Sep 2011 | 13,883 views
Stock Market Crash in 2012 Predicted

In the past 5 days — September 12, 2011 through September 16, 2011 — we’ve seen awful retail sales, an uptick in unemployment claims, poverty at a record high, chaos in Europe, another rogue trader scandal and of course, a 700 point gain for the Dow Jones Industrials.

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Posted on 6 Aug 2011 | 20,010 views
S&P Downgrade to Spark Black Monday Crash

Once the stock markets get past the initial shock on Monday — August 8, 2011 — the “S&P Downgrade” may prove to be more glimmer then bust for stocks and Treasuries, alike.

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Posted on 27 May 2011 | 5,145 views
S&P 500 2011 Crash in Our Future and Going to 400 Points

The SocGen strategist Albert Edwards is saying he still sees the S&P 500 going to 400 (it’s currently at 1325 as of 5/26/11) and bond yields going to new lows. His 400 S&P forecast with sub 2% US bond yields — is the equity markets enjoying yet another Fed induced mega-rally and many are looking for explanations for the continued low level of global bond yields with many expecting new lows in bond yields.

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Posted on 13 May 2011 | 15,859 views
Stock Market Crash Predicted Starting July of 2011

Legendary investor Jeremy Grantham of GMO LLC is predicting a “Stock Market Crash” and suggested that investors should consider selling their stocks around July 2011. Going back to 1960, the first 7 months of the third year of a presidential cycle (like 2011) produced inflation-adjusted returns of 20 percent for the 48-month presidential cycles. Meanwhile, the remaining 41 months of the cycle returned only 1 percent.