God, I love my meta index work!
Earlier this week, in the Wednesday Peoplenomics.com subscriber report, I made an outlandish call for where the markets COULD go based on my theories of multiple markets, entrainment, and predictability of the human psyche.
That was the Line, Bounce, and Crash post, right? Two out of three came in so far.
That chart filled in today more or less exactly where I was pointing. The lineup with 1929 is looking pretty grim right now – especially tomorrow and next week.
All of which came in per my outlook, but here’s the data model for tomorrow – that has us worried. The peach color columns are projected.
As you can see with this little hash-slants in the “Modern Gains” column, tomorrow could be a ball-buster.
Obviously, we hope it’s not, but, well, there seems to be a few visual cues off in that direction. Not to mention the two woo-woo dreams about Taiwan I had last night.
By the way – see G.A. Stewarts remarks on “broken sleep” in the past week in the comments section of today’s column. (*Scroll down to it…) Which is here if you missed it. (Bad dog! How could you???)
Time for a Scotch in honor of Hadrian’s wall and a curse on those who defaced its sycamore.
Meanwhile: Is the AZ gov negotiating to join Mexico, or something? Friday promises more mystery than money – which is what the audience is in for, eh? Well, ‘cept for us wizened geezers, of course.
Write when you get rich,