These Patterns Warn US Stock Markets Could Drop 35% over the Period 2018-2019




Dow Jones Industrial and the 1987 Pattern & Crash

In today’s update I would like to discuss a Pattern in the DJI that we have seen before.

Let’s start with the bigger picture first.

On the left side, we have the DJI over the period 1986-1987. After a period of basing (red sideways pattern, blue ellipse), the index broke out, showed a vertical move into the black ellipse, and showed another vertical move up (blue line/black parabolic). Once the black parabolic trend broke to the downside, the selling begins and seems unstoppable. Hence, a crash.

Now, back to today, right side. We see the same patterns lining up. History does not even have to repeat to get a major shock on the Stock Market. If history will rhyme a bit, then this does not look good for the bears.

So where are we now? Are we close to a break of the black parabolic trend? To answer that question, we need to take a look at the Daily Chart, scroll down.

DJI WEEKLY CHART 1987 vs 2017





DJI Daily Chart

Now, let’s zoom in on the most recent period.

I tried to make it as clear as possible by using colored ellipses to indicate where we are now (according to my view of course). Based on what I see, I expect tje DJI to be at the orange ellipse. If correct, that would indicate a retest of black support @ 23.000 and then a surge of 4% to new highs @24.000.

Therefore, a short term strategy could be to buy the dip @23k for target 24k. If you have a longer term investment horizon ( a few months to years), then being overweight stocks might not be the best thing to do. Once again, no guarantees, I just wanted to share this pattern and warn people that the risk is to the downside for 2018-2019. For the years after 2020, I’m very bullish (peak to private assets) but that’s something I will discuss in a different setting. First, we need to be prepared for a 25%-25% drop.

The second pattern that I want to share is the resemblance between the Nikkei225 over the period 1986-1990 and the S&P500 2009-2017, scroll down.


Nikkei225 1986-1990 vs S&P500 2009-2017

Let’s start with a post from my eToro feed from 12 days ago.



S&P500 Weekly Chart – Targets @ 2595, 2630 and 2670

Basically the S&P500 forms an exact copy of the Nikkei225 pattern. If history keeps on rhyming, then this pattern warns for a 35% drop before the year 2020 is over.

A S&P500 close below 2560 and that’s a first, short term indication we could expect a lot more downside.



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