August 30, 2014
Re: Unraveling and figuring out what the future might bring us?
In this Video (click here), I try to unravel and figure out what the next Turnaround date in Martin Armstrong's 'Economic Confidence Model' (ECM) of September 3/4 might bring us next week.
Here are the all important statements in my Video:
These Turningpoints in the ECM do not always reflect the direction of individual markets because - - at the time of these turning points some markets are peaking while others are bottoming and - - it is important to note that - - the ECM is a world model and the turning points are - - on a global scale.
Then, the question is will the Turningpoint be a low or high and - - why?:
The 1987 turning point was to the exact day of October 19, but it picked the low at the October 1987 US Market crash and not the high in the US markets. - - The US share markets were not the focus of that Turnaround date but only - - a reflection of the real change underlying everything - - capital flows."
Then I restate:
The ECM is a world model and the Turningpoints are - - on a global scale. I am sitting in here in Vancouver and I look and interpret things from a North American perspective but - - if I were sitting in Frankfurt or Shanghai then my view would be from the perspective of that location on the world globe. It may very well be that the September 3 & 4 Turningpoint has to do with the German Markets or the Chinese Markets or - - it might even be a major world geopolitical event.
The October 1987 crash also spread contagion among many international stock markets therefore, - - beware wherever you are! "
Remember, I am not an investment advisor and all I am trying to do in this video is to say - - “be aware of the Turningpoint next week and be very cautious no matter where you are in the world”.
In the Video I also touch on the Metal Markets and my view the view that "the low in gold is not in yet". In any event friends:
It is all about making money!
Always remember, “sell a little too early as well as a little too late”, never be too greedy and try not to sell everything at the top ("you will never go broke taking a profit")!
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Happy investing from Mining Interactive Corp. in in Vancouver, Canada,
Nick L. Nicolaas
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