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Stock-Markets / Stock Markets 2015 Feb 05, 2015 - 02:23 PM GMT

By: Nadeem_Walayat

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The stocks bull market trend drove to a series of new all time highs during 2014, ending up for the sixth year in a row at Dow 17,823. So another year where the always imminent market crash and new bear market reverse gear courtesy of a string of crisis events from the euro-zone depression to the End of Fed QE fatal accidents just never materialised. In this video I conclude in detailed trend forecast for stock market for 2015.


So find out if 2015 will be the seventh year when my simple investing strategy could once more pay off:

"Greater the deviation from the stock market high then the greater the buying opportunity presented."

This video is based on in-depth analysis at - http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article49270.html

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Comments

YT
06 Feb 15, 15:16
SP500 and VT

I like looking at the SP500 and VT world stock index mostly. The SP500 has to hold and clear the 2000pt area, and the VT is going through a period of congestion. I'd agree, the bull market climbs a wall of worry, and I am open to the US markets closing up at the end of 2015, but stops must be planned in just in case. Also the NASDAQ - maybe it will touch and pass 5000pts by the year end? Thumbs up on this video (as a subscriber).

CommanderT


YT
06 Feb 15, 15:16
Age of Reason

Your market analysis is much better than mine, but I beg to differ on your view that the world is entering into an age of "reason". The most obvious proof that this is false is that the most "enlightened" countries are engaging in endless wars, and are promoting degenerate social practices. The western positivist view is neither complete nor consistent: it leaves society without any objective moral standard. When mankind abandons the natural law, there is no restraint on the expression of power, and society plunges into war and slavery. We see these expressed in the middle east conflicts, and the loss of individual freedom and property rights. Countries that oppose the west often do so because of the West's degenerate social views, and the West's promotion of usury, which is essentially a fraud perpetrated by central banks. 

Christopher Marlowe


Nadeem_Walayat
06 Feb 15, 15:17
Age of Reason

+Christopher Marlowe HiThe article that this video is based on covers the trend towards the Age of Reason in greater depth, it is not black and white picture as you illustrate hence the world map is still some way from attaining enlightment.Even the United States has a long way to go, but is at least 'mostly' trending in the right direction. Offcourse there are major obsticles such as usary, but the solution there is simple

DO NOT BORROW MONEY.

That is what individual freedom means, choice.


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