Last night I spent hours rectifying the chart of the NYSE and looking at what aspects triggered crashes and downturns. As I stated before I had a feeling we were in for a market crash – I know today is a downturn and not the big fire we might see but I did find a troubling aspect that was about to hit and that is a Venus Neptune aspect. A pattern I noticed last night when looking at the crashes. Traditionally the big crashes have happened in the fall so I was curious to see how today would go. But it looks like that Neptune aspect was enough to push the Dow down.
Interestingly I saw aspects (slightly different) in both the US constitution signing charts as well as the Stock market charts that coincided during big crashes.
so the more I’ve compared this chart with all other known stock market charts – the more accurate this one is. In this chart The Moon is at 19 instead of 20. And as we just saw drake out when Uranus hit the cusp point and Pluto hit 19 Capricorn square the natal moon. Anyway, I feel confident this is the right chart.
I though it was uploaded but I’m not seeing it so I will do so later.
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Thank you for your reply. That was a crippling correction Friday. I just don’t understand how a good jobs report sends the market into deep red.
Hopefully, it will bounce back next week.
I’m looking forward to your next video.
Thanks Denise we appreciate the update, especially in light of the 665 point drop of the dow today. Looks like we might be in for a rollar coaster ride before the final crash.
A link to an article about the Dow drop today
I just watched “The Amazing Trump Prophecies” on YouTube, published just days before the election. I also saw that Trump would win the election and posted it here just days before the election. There’s a couple of things very interesting about the video, one, the very low view count of 4600 views, and two, it seems that only Christians saw that Trump would win, although I’m not a Christian myself.
The stock market crash on Friday was actually rounded up to 666 points, because it was 665.75. “666” is one of those numbers with a bad reputation, like 13, 44, etc. All numbers have their good and bad sides, and “Man’s Number” is one of them because of the Book of Revelations. “666” is a number of the physical world, with an extreme focus on material things, neglecting the spiritual side. It’s positive in that it is a message to not be so focused exclusively on the physical world. It’s also positive in that family and loved ones are looking after you in a physical way, monetarily, health, etc.
777 is another number with a good and bad side, being it’s a message of attentions from angels, who are both good and evil. If you’re seeing 777 and have suspicious feelings about it, it could be because of the type of angels surrounding you, such as fallen angels.
Numbers, like astrology, need to be taken in context with what’s happening in the moment.
Wow! How right you were Denise! Today the market hit 1,600 but closed at 1,100.
So you think this is the start of the BIG Crash? Why is there an enormous sell off? What do some people know that we dont?
Hi Caroline, today’s drop is definitely in the correction territory for an overheated market. Several analysts have made comments. I will try to find a couple of links and post them later. Perhaps this is a prelude to a future crash or just indicative of more volatility. I don’t know, but I think we all need to be cautious and to heed Denise’s warnings.
Having said that, many thanks to Denise for her outstanding prescient work! Denise warned of volatility prior to a major drop, so last night I moved the remaining retirement funds that I had in stocks out of that part of the market because I will need that money sooner rather than later 😇. I could not sit tight for a long run. Again many thanks and blessings to you Denise! I am interested to know what your thoughts are on bonds vs stock at this time, and the timing of a possible big crash.
Caroline, I hearyou 😰
Remember basic Economics class you studied in High School?
it’s simple economics. Supply and demand. Giant tax breaks for billionaires cause inflation. Inflation is bad for stock markets. Stock markets go down. It’s literally Econ101
The market is on a real roller coaster ride. The dow closed down today -1032.89; that’s down 10% from the January high. Several analysts recommend that we not panic, and that if you won’t need the money for 8-10 years to hold tight using discretion. As for me, that 10 year window of time is not viable. I am being very cautious, and taking Denise’s predictions into serious consideration as I make decisions.
Blessings to all in every area of your lives!
the stock market is not for the middle class folks. it’s for the very rich. so much depends on your age, and where you are financially. for example, if you’re in your 60’s and retired with no other income and you absolutely need that money to live on for the rest of your life, then you need to at least pull some of that out or all of it. If you lose it all, then what do you have to fall back on?
is your house paid for? do you have other bills outstanding? all of these factors needs to be considered. The average middle class can’t afford to lose and my recommendation is not play around in Wall Street.
The rich can afford to lose a half a million in the stock market knowing they have another 6 million stashed away somewhere.
use your head. do not invest more than you can afford to lose.
Have a great week folks… Marie
Excellent comments Marie. I will also reiterate, if anyone chooses to stay in the market, please make certain you can afford to remain in for the long haul; that is 8-10 years. As Marie said, do not risk money you will need soon. There are safer vehicles for your money such as High Quality Bonds that have shorter maturation dates. Yes they will pay less, but your money will be safer. I also recommend that you consult someone you know you can trust; and whose compensation is NOT dependent on, or tied to specific stocks, hedge funds, or other vehicles. They should be savy enough to point out less risky options than stock.