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KINGSTON, NY 31 OCTOBER 2018—Back in February, when the U.S. Federal Reserve signaled it would aggressively raise interest rates, foreign currencies started to fall against the dollar and equity markets across the globe began their dive into bear and correction territory.

KINGSTON, NY, 26 OCTOBER 2018—Wednesday the Dow plunged over 600 points. The benchmark S&P 500-stock index wiped out its gains for the year and is just one percent shy of sinking into correction territory. Falling into correction territory, the tech-heavy Nasdaq posted its worst day since 201l.
KINGSTON, NY, 24 OCTOBER 2018—The first shots of the "Economic 9/11" terror strike we warned of in our 19 September Trend Alert have been fired.
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KINGSTON, NY, 17 OCTOBER 2018—After a week of sharp declines where some $1.7 trillion was wiped off the S&P 500, yesterday following solid third-quarter earnings from some of the largest U.S. companies, stocks had their best day since March, with the Dow surging 548 points.
KINGSTON, NY, 11 OCTOBER 2018—In our September 19 Trend Alert “Economic 9/11,” we warned “…a market crash was coming … that will rock the world.”
KINGSTON, NY, 10 OCTOBER, 2018—Gold’s down some 13 percent this year and on Monday dropped sharply for the same reason we have been long forecasting: The higher U.S interest rise, the lower gold goes.
KINGSTON, NY, 3 OCTOBER 2018—President Donald Trump's NAFTA deal with Canada pushed the Dow to a record closing high on Tuesday. But our subscribers already knew that resolution of the conflict was coming and, moreover, trade wars and tariff fights never posed any real threat or gain to long-term economic trending.
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KINGSTON, NY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2018—Business news reporting has dumbed down to juvenile, non-journalistic stupidity. Each day they give one simplistic reason for markets moving up or down.
KINGSTON, NY, 19 September 2018—Happy Birthday Panic of ’08. Ten years ago marks the start date of the equity market and real estate meltdown that hit the United States and spread across the globe. From Europe to Asia, from Africa to South America, few countries were spared.
KINGSTON, NY, 12 SEPTEMBER 2018—Despite waves of positive economic news in the U.S. – strong Gross Domestic Product , rising wages and low unemployment— should the Federal Reserve aggressively raise interest rates as anticipated, it will ignite significant volatility across global economies and markets.
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