Saturday, October 5, 2013

As The World Turns

By, Chris Rossini

Below you'll find snapshots of how major markets around the world ended the week.

U.S. - Dow Jones Industrial Average -1.22%

China - Shanghai Composite Index +.68%

Japan - Nikkei -4.98%

UK - FTSE -.90%

Germany - DAX Composite -.44%

Spain - Madrid General Index +2.53%

Brazil - Bovespa Stock Index -1.66%

Israel - Tel Aviv 25 Index +.10%

Switzerland - Swiss Market Index -1.38%

Gold -1.91%

Silver -.23%

Crude Oil +.87%

U.S. Dollar Index -.12%

Euro +.26%

U.S. 30YR T-Bond Yield +1.39%

Bitcoin Price = 137.90

1 comment:

  1. The world as of October 4, 2013, stands at Peak Prosperity, Peak Democratic Nation Sovereignty, and Peak Seigniorage, that is at Peak Moneyness, as is seen in the chart of World Stocks, VT, relative to Aggregate Credit, AGG, that is VT:AGG.

    Fiat money died Friday September 20, 2013, with World Stocks, VT, Major World Currencies, DBV, and Emerging Market Currencies, CEW, trading lower, as Jesus Christ is operating in dispensation, as presented by the Apostle Paul in Ephesians 1:10, that is in administrative oversight of all things economic and political, and has pivoted the world out of liberalism and into authoritarianism, and as such the stock market has turned from bull to bear; those ETF sectors which rallied over the last year and countries which rallied from late June 2013 to late September, 2013, seen in this Finviz Screener, will be trading lower from the Tuesday October 1, 2013 rally, on competitive currency devaluation and on the exhaustion of the world central banks’ monetary authority as investors come to greater realization that the US Fed’s monetary policies have crossed the Rubicon of sound monetary policy, and have made “money good” investments bad.

    While Resorts and Casinos, BJK, International Telecom, IST, IPOs, FPX, Small Cap Energy, PSCE, and Energy Production, XOP, traded to a new rally high, monetization of debt, has finally turned money good investments bad. Investments in Risk Assets, such as Small Cap Value Socks, RZV, has ended, as confirmed the Market Off ETN, OFF, and Volatility, XVZ, trading higher this month of October 2013. The interventionist policies of the world central banks no longer provide investment stimulus in Global Industrial Producers, FXR, as leaders such LPL, IP, WHR, MHK, PHG, ERIC, VPRT, ABB, ENR, ITW, ROK, MMM, FLS, SNA, LECO, SI, GM, GE, and BA, are trading lower. Jesus Christ acting in the Economy of God, Ephesians, 1:10, has ended the Fed; He did what Ron Paul could not do.

    Debt deflation, specifically competitive currency devaluation, has commenced, terminating Nation Investment, EFA, and Small Cap Nation Investment, IFSM, and Emerging Market Investment, EEM, and liberalism’s fiat wealth, VT.

    The modern money system is broken and bust; the age of speculative leveraged investment, is done, over, and finished. Liberalism’s democratic fiat money and banking system is being replaced by Authoritarianism's diktat money and regional governance and totalitarian collectivism system.

    The decline in the price of Gold, $GOLD, since late August 2013, is a buying opportunity, as the Gold ETF, GLD, is in an Elliott Wave 3 Up, from its early July 2013 bottom of 117.5, as is seen its Weekly Finviz Chart. The Elliott Wave 3 Ups, are the most dramatic of all economic waves, and create the bulk of wealth gains, of all of the ascending five waves.

    On Thursday, October 3, 2013, Spot Gold, $GOLD, closed at $1,316, with support lower at $1,300 and $1,275, and $1,250. The chart of the Gold ETF, GLD, rose slightly, to the edge of a massive consolidation triangle, to close at 127, from which it will either break out, or break lower to 125, 122 or 120. Either way, it is wise to Dollar Cost Average, an investment in the purchase of gold bullion, as in the age of authoritarianism, the possession of gold and diktat, will be the two forms of sovereign and sustainable wealth..