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The Worst Thanksgiving Week In The Stock Market Since 1932-part2.mp4

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Published on Nov 27, 2011

And it's not over with yet, as I still fully expect a stock market crash this coming Tuesday November 29th, 2011...



Will this time be different? Did we put the bottom in on the stock market sell off last Friday, or do we have another huge sell off coming early this week? Everything I see tells me that Tuesday is going to be a very very ugly day! While I'm not sure about what will happen on Monday, but "if" it closes positive then we could be following the same pattern as this past August, where this Monday is equal to the positive close on August 3rd, 2011. Nothing ever repeats exactly in the stock market, but similar patterns are common.

Notice how many red days there were prior to that date... a total of 7 starting on July 25th. Then the one day positive close on August 3rd, which was followed by 3 more very large down days, finally bottoming out on the crash date of August 8th, with a huge rebound on the 9th. Maybe we have something similar this week? I'm not sure how it's going to play out, but I'm sticking with the 29th as a crash date... mainly because it's another ritual date. Looking back at history you'll see that the stock market crash of 1929 was on October 29th, and the one in 2008 was on September 29th... is November 29th next?

No one can be 100% positive on this (except the gangsters that control the stock market), as the charts are very, very oversold right now. A powerful rally from these oversold conditions should start soon, but picking a bottom is near impossible in most cases. Oversold conditions can simply continue to get more and more oversold. In fact, most all crashes are from very oversold conditions... which means that the market is ripe for a crash this week. So, does that mean we crash or not? I wish I knew for sure, but unfortunately I don't.

But, the rituals are important to these gangsters and letting this important date pass by without a huge down day in the market would certainly surprise me. While I'm sure that "if" a forecast gets too much attention on the internet they will be forced to change it, some how I don't think my little blog calling for a crash on that date will make them change their evil plans. Yes, they do have a super computer reading the internet and yes they do factor the sentiment of that data into SkyNet (or HAL 2000, depending on how old you are... LOL), which is simply the name I like to give to the computer controlling and manipulating the stock market up and down all day. But, I think the plans are already set for the 29th, and whatever I say about it won't matter.

What happens if we crash on 11-29-11?

http://reddragonleo.com/2011/11/27/th...

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