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Old 02-12-2015, 01:43 AM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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We can leave the "religious" stuff in this case to the folks that
delve much deeper than what I will share. The key for many guru's in finance today uses the findings of a extremely articulate and gifted Rabbi Jonathan Cahn who has discovered
a 7 year cycle that for centuries has experienced either a sudden loss of economic stability or with the inception of the
stock market . Rather than breakdown the cycles from 1900
to present most smart investors relate to 2001 followed by 2008 and now 2015 ? Those who already map these cycles
know the corrections occur in Fall of each 7 years as far back
as memory and documentation reveals. I won't advise as to
what to do this Fall except park monies in a lock box or seek
advice from a financial advisor.
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Old 02-12-2015, 02:27 AM
 
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Ok, let's just play along here. Seven years before 2001 is 1994. And what happened in 1994? A big bond sell off that... resulted in no economic consequences whatsoever.

However, 1994 is right around the time when the economy began to take off, leading to prosperity and Clinton's easy re-election. Yes, it would crash in 2001 but nothing significant crashed in 1994.

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Old 02-12-2015, 08:01 AM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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Here is a chronology that a poster caught wondering where 1994 is even though I prefaced I would not go into detail as many already "get it" and have applied the cycles.


1. 1959 Global Crash
2. 1966 The " forgettable crash" -20%
3. 1973 winter global
4 1980 recession Fall
5 1987 "Black Monday" stock shock
6. 1994 " The Great Bond Market Massacre" -1 trillion
7. 2001 Fall great recession
8. 2008 crash -7% or 777 billion 7th year
9. 2015 Fall ?

enjoy the 7's or not I don't care what you do. Just add the sucka!
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Old 02-12-2015, 08:28 AM
 
Location: Jamestown, NY
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Here is a chronology that a poster caught wondering where 1994 is even though I prefaced I would not go into detail as many already "get it" and have applied the cycles.


1. 1959 Global Crash
2. 1966 The " forgettable crash" -20%
3. 1973 winter global
4 1980 recession Fall
5 1987 "Black Monday" stock shock
6. 1994 " The Great Bond Market Massacre" -1 trillion
7. 2001 Fall great recession
8. 2008 crash -7% or 777 billion 7th year
9. 2015 Fall ?

enjoy!
I can count backwards by 7, too, and your rabbi is full of bull manure: 1952, 1945, 1938, 1931, 1924, 1917, 1910, 1903, 1896, 1889, 1882, 1875, 1868.

The rabbi's "system" misses the major economic downturns since the Civil War:
  • the depression of 1873
  • the Panic of 1893
  • the Panic of 1907
  • the depression of 1920-1921
  • the stock market crash of 1929 which ushered in the Great Depression
  • the depression of 1946.
Basically, he's taken instances of market or market segment downturns and pretended they caused major economic problems. I suppose they did for some individuals who got caught up in them, but for the US economy as whole, his system is useless.

BTW, there is no such thing as "2001 Fall great recession". The recession in 2001 was a direct result of the 9/11 bombings and the costs and disruptions they caused. The Great Recession refers to the aftermath of the US financial crisis of 2007-2008.

Feel free to take all your moolah out of where you have it currently stashed and put it into whatever instrument ol' Rabbi Cahn tells you will be "safe" during the economic version of "the end of days" he's predicting. Sometimes even blind squirrels get lucky y'know.
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Old 02-12-2015, 01:21 PM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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wow!
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Old 02-12-2015, 02:02 PM
 
Location: Greater NYC, USA
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So we are shorting this fall?

There is a Jewish holiday that usually comes during the Fall season. We short that week.

The week of Christmas is when we gamble .

Follow the money or the self foretelling proficy
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Old 02-12-2015, 04:59 PM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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Yes I have avoided the religious side of the 7 year cycle because it angers many secular who get their panties in bundle yet have little personal investing but want to strike out at God stuff. Anyway ignore them . The Shemitah year began Sept 25th during Rosh Hashanah and Tisheri always sees a correction in
the first month , which we experienced in the first week of Oct
now we wait for yhe next Rosh which is in Fall and thereby a
major correction as high as -15% catastropic drop and that
date coinsides with the next " harbinger" also is a 7 year event
We horrible religious nut are also eatching the solar rclipse in March ( judgment on gentile nations ,which could usher in
the collapse of oir economy or the international monetary system or both zzzzzz. pay attention my little lambs I'll be quizing you all later......kidding relax! Seriously Cahn is the genius behind saving your butts every 7 years I merely a
messenger your welcome...oh stop! Hope it helps you all!

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Old 02-12-2015, 08:47 PM
 
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Just to confirm, the OP is indeed trolling us, right?
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Old 02-13-2015, 07:03 AM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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I appologize for the religious rant which I prefaced in my thread
I would avoid as it has little to do with this kind of focus of the 7 year cycle . Excuse the typo's as I didn't proof read my post .
Anyway, unless you are a intense investor don't bother with my
posts their not meant for you. You won't "get " the message
and its designed to help my fellow investors as a simple yet
rather new map to add to their favorites. The long range "other"
7 year cycles are not for seculars as it cannot be understood
and would be trolling or disruptive . Just focus if you will on
this Fall and consider my input as a friendly warning not a
"really?" thanks!
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Old 02-13-2015, 10:12 AM
 
Location: Southlake. Don't judge me.
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I appologize for the religious rant which I prefaced in my thread
I would avoid as it has little to do with this kind of focus of the 7 year cycle . Excuse the typo's as I didn't proof read my post .
Anyway, unless you are a intense investor don't bother with my
posts their not meant for you. You won't "get " the message
and its designed to help my fellow investors as a simple yet
rather new map to add to their favorites. The long range "other"
7 year cycles are not for seculars as it cannot be understood
and would be trolling or disruptive . Just focus if you will on
this Fall and consider my input as a friendly warning not a
"really?" thanks!
Oh, of course I will. *chortle*

You do realize that people can look up historical market returns for the periods you appear to be trying to note, right?
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