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Stock Market Crash February 2017 update: Nearing the Top

In the first month of the year the Dow Jones went up by 0.5%, the S&P closed 1.75% higher and the Nasdaq ended an impressive 4.2% higher. First the 20,000 points target in the Dow Jones was hit and shortly after also the S&P hit its 2300 target. The S&P future didn’t hit this target yet though. We expect this to happen coming week.
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Stock Market Crash January 2017 update: Interest Rates Rising will cause Crash

In December the S&P went up by 1.8%, the Dow Jones added an amazing 3.4% and the Nasdaq gained 1.1%. It seems that the Dow Jones hitting the 20,000 points target is just a matter of time. US stock indices went up around 10% since Trump was elected as US president on November 8th. That is not a very healthy movement in a period of nearly 2 months. So short term the market is really overbought but we expect the Dow Jones to still hit the 20,000 target before going down. What will get it down? Read further…
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Stock Market Crash December 2016 update: Consequences of Trump

November was a much better month than expected with the S&P gaining 3.4%. The initial reaction to Trump becoming the next president of the United States was a crash but very quickly the stock indices recovered and even made new all time highs. Just like with the Brexit the initial reaction of the financial markets was bad, but eventually they recovered  and went higher than before. Basically all stop losses traders put before the election were hit, so a lot of algorithm traders had a huge payday. The Dow Jones ended a whopping 5.5% higher and the Nasdaq 2.6%. It was interesting to see that the FANG stocks are losing momentum, the worst since March 2014.

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Stock Market Crash November 2016 update: Presidential Election fearing Stock Markets

In October the S&P 500 lost 1.9%, the Dow Jones lost 0.9% and the Nasdaq lost 2.2%. Indices performed bad because of declining oil prices and the increasing chance of a rate hike by the FED. As predicted the FED will come after the elections with a rate hike in December or January. Yesterday the FED was even more positive than last month about the economy, which made the chance of a December rate hike rise to 80%.

8 November the presidential elections will be held in the USA

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Stock Market Crash October 2016 update: Deutsche Bank Problems fearing the Market

In the traditionally bad month September, the S&P lost just 0.1%, the Dow Jones lost 0.5% and the Nasdaq gained 1.9%. Overal not such a bad September as the average after all. September 9th, was a particular bad day for markets because of FED members talking about rate hikes again, which feared the market. Later on this fear was taken back by another FED member since the market was reacting so strong on it… Typically FED again. There won’t be a rate hike till after the US elections in our opinion.

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Stock Market Crash April 2016 update: Time to Crash again

As predicted by the From 1k to 1 Million team in our last update the S&P bounced back to a level around 2,050. In March the S&P 500 bounced by 6.6%, the Dow Jones gained 7.1% and the Nasdaq advanced 6.9%. This was a technical bounce like you typically see after a quick decline. Oil also bounced which is good for markets nowadays. Besides that the FED made some quite dovish comments about the outlook. FED chairman Yellen hinted on less interest raises than expected this year and even made some hints of another QE if the economy falls back.

Last bounce? See below

At the start of March we predicted a dead cat bounce to around 1950 points. We told you no new all time high was expected. Last week the S&P 500 hit 1975 points, so no new all time high. We believe this will be the top of the dead cat bounce. We believe the market won’t go higher than the 1975 points and will go down to around 1800 to test the August bottom again. This is normal in financial markets. This could be a process of a few months but can also be quicker. Fundamentally and technically things are not looking good at the moment. We expect that this time the bottom will not hold, so this could be an even bigger win for all members of Stock Market Crash Future Signals than the last time.

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Stock Market Crash March 2016 update: Dead Cat Bounce

In February the S&P 500 lost 0.3%, the Dow Jones gained 0.4% and the Nasdaq fell by 1.1%. All 3 indices made some fresh new lows for the year based on daily closing prices. This decline was caused by declining oil prices, fears of a global economic slowdown and the interest rate increase by the FED. All of a sudden oil price declines don’t have a positive influence on the global economy anymore because so many countries and companies rely on high oil prices. Countries like Saudi Arabia and Russia are struggling under the current low prices. Surprisingly the U.S. as well because of the shale oil boom, which made the shale oil industry a significant part of the U.S. economy. Also banks are hit because of the loans they gave to the shale oil companies.

Last month’s prediction

Last month we predicted to be at the top of a dead cat bounce. Indeed the bounce stopped on the exact date of the publishment of the article. After that the S&P went down from 1930 to 1806 points. At the moment an even bigger dead cat bounce is taking place. Levels of around 2050 could be reached in the S&P 500 but no new high is expected by the From 1k to 1 Million team. This will be a new opportunity to short the markets for high prices. Markets can always do unexpected things with lousy fundamentals! Always keep in mind with trading: markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent. We see this dead cat bounce as irrational.

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Stock Market Crash February 2016 update: It All Starts Falling Down

This January was one of the worst starts of stock markets worldwide. The S&P crashed by 5.2%, the Dow Jones lost 5.6% and the Nasdaq declined by a staggering 7.9%. Finally the FANG stocks, which seemed to be impossible to go down, went down and the rest of the stock market followed. Critical levels were broken in the FANG stocks which made them crash. The rate hike by the U.S. finally affected the markets. We expect the stock market decline to accelerate in the coming months. We think this is one of the best moments to start subscribing for stock market crash signals! Click here to subscribe.

Last month’s prediction starts unfolding

As predicted last month stocks started at the decline of 20% to the 1550-1750 level. During the 20th of January an intraday low of 1814 points was reached for the month January. For now we bounced back to 1930 points. We expect this bounce to be almost over. This bounce was largely driven by the unexpected move of the Bank of Japan to lower interest rates to negative territory. A week before this announcement the chairman of Bank of Japan denied they would lower interest rates which made it so influential for the stock market. It wasn’t expected by market participants.

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