India and Pakistan Conflict Erupts in along the deadly disputed border

India and Pakistan Conflict Erupts in along the deadly disputed border

Editor: Johnathan Meyers | Tactical Investor

We are always asked the following question? Why do you cover so many topics if you are a financial site? The simple answer is that everything is interconnected. If you focus on finances only then you are looking at the tree and missing the forest and vice versa. Mass Psychology also known as Crowd Psychology dictates that one should focus on the whole picture as opposed to fixating on one part.  Before we get to the story at hand, the following story might tickle your fancy

Individuals have been lead to believe that to succeed in the markets they should embrace mechanical systems (Technical analysis) or fundamental analysis. If the premise is wrong then no matter how hard you look, you will not find an answer.  (Mainstream) Technical analysis is based on a fixed set of rules and in that sense does not differ much from Fundamental analysis. Why both Technical Analysis & Fundamentals fail

Recent clashes between neighbouring rivals India and Pakistan have turned fatal, according to the Pakistani military, which said it had killed some Indian soldiers Saturday in a cross-border revenge attack in Kashmir. In response to the Indian military allegedly opening fire Friday and wounding two Pakistani civilians in the sector of Nezapir, a Pakistani army spokesman, Major General Asif Ghafoor, claimed in a tweet that the force killed up to five Indian soldiers, wounding much more and destroying bunkers. India, however, denied it had suffered any military casualties and instead accused the Pakistani army of injuring a female civilian. It said Pakistan was using 82 mm and 120 mm mortars indiscriminate small arms fire along the Line of Control, which forms the disputed de facto border between the two countries, the Economic Times reported.Full Story

This is what we stated in the last market update (our paid subscription service):

V readings have shot up 200 points since the last update

We can also state that the political situation in America and Europe is going to get a lot more volatile and we mean insanely more volatile. Violence will soar in Europe and America, some parts of South America, the majority of the Middle East and to a smaller degree in Asia. Overall, Asia will be moving towards a more peaceful time except for a few hotspots such as North Korea, Pakistan and parts of India.

North Korean keeps get hotter and hotter, and things are flaring up between Pakistan and India. The word in general based on our religious provocation Index and Volatility Indicator is moving towards a period of more violence. However, there are zones that are going to experience a de-escalation in violence. Believe it or not, Russia, Indonesia, and many parts of Eastern Europe will experience more peace in the years to come.

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