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August 2015 Stock Taking

Published on: 2015-08-16 15:29:27     1748 times read    0  Comments

--By Anup Kumar Agrawal

In our article, “Millionaires don’t use astrology but billionaires do” written on March 31 2015 and published in the May, 2015 issue of New Business Age we forecasted that: 

 “International gold prices are going to trade below $810 in next 12 months, we also forecasted that gold prices are not going to breach the mark of $1344 in year 2015, we also forecasted that after the end of June, 2015, gold prices are expected to make an important low.”

Today, on July 22, 2015 at the time of writing this article, international gold prices are already trading at a multi year low of $1090.0. Is it a miracle? Are we magicians? No, this is not a miracle. And we are not magicians. This is pure mathematics. This is a living example of how gold prices can be predicted with the highest accuracy with the help of astrology. Applying astrology, cycles, geometry and mathematics, any financial market can be predicted with the highest accuracy.

In our last article, “Are we ready for the next stock market crash” published in the July, 2015 issue of New Business Age, we have predicted that the US Stock Market is close to topping out and by October 7 2016 we are going to see a major crash in the US Stock Market. To be more precise we would like to add:

A. There is a 33% possibility that 2138 can be the final all time high of USA Stock Indices S&P of this 6+ year bull market

B. In the worst case scenario the S&P stock indices won't be able to breach the mark of 2172 in 2015 and DJIA stock indices won't be able to breach the mark of 18699 in 2015

C. As we predicted two years ago in 2013, all the major global stock indices will hit a  7 year low (probably 42 years low) in 2016

D. The stock market crash will happen in October.

E. The high of 2015 will be an important all time high in US stock market history

F. The first sign of the crash will be seen around September 14 2015 (+/- 2 weeks)

G. After the summer rally is completed, a correction is expected between July-October and by October 2015, we can easily see 7000 points in the Nifty and 1800 in S&P. Thereafter, again a rise into 2016 and then the final crash in 2016. October 7, 2016 would be the most ideal date for the crash. 

As I am travelling, I would like to keep this article short and precise. Pay special attention to the period of September 14 to October 14, 2015, panic moves are expected in all the major global financial markets during this period. Stay alert and trade cautiously. 

Along with stock indices, the second half of 2015 got some big opportunities in gold, silver, soybean, corn, crude oil and coffee also. In the coming months/years, the Euro is going to fall to $0.88, silver is going to fall to $10.80 with the final downside target of $7.85. US corn is going to fall to $300, US soybean is going to fall to below $890 and most importantly, crude oil is going to fall to $31.05. For more details see our Annual Forecast Newsletter-2015 and 2016. 

In any case, this issue needs more research and our calculations may prove wrong also. Wishing you a happy and profitable trading.

Agarwal is CEO  & Founder of “SA” Market Forecaster, an Indian company which specializes in Global Market Forecast – Stock, commodities & currencies Forecast .Their calculation are based on Astrology, Cycles, Geometry & Mathematics. They can be reached at www.stock-commodity-forecasting.com


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