2008 market Crash Hype On Par With 2016 Crash Predictions

2008 market Crash Hype On Par With 2016 Crash Predictions

Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor

2016 Crash Hype on Par With 2008 market Crash Hype

Before we get to the main article we would like to present you with a small video and a brief excerpt of  an article that we think makes for a compelling read:

” The one year chart illustrates that all is well on the surface and that the process of flooding the markets with hot money, in general, is working rather well.  The index could drop all the way down to 7200, and the short-term outlook would remain bullish.  We are fully aware that this economic recovery is illusory, but complaining and whining about this does not provide one with any extra insights into the markets. We need to focus on what is really going on and how the masses interpret that data.  The truth is irrelevant if only you are aware of it; if the masses think otherwise, what appears as the truth to you could, in fact, be viewed as a lie by the crowd.  The truth can set you free, but in most cases, it can be detrimental to your health and wealth; at least as far as the markets are concerned.  ”  BBC Global 30 Index Signals Dow Industrial Index will trend higher

Market Crash 2016 shares the same theme with the 2008 market Crash Story

The stories are nothing but smoke and Mirrors:

The video below and the subsequent Article, state the market is treading in dangerous territory and Market Crash 2016 could be a reality; this may or may not be true. What is true though is that since the Fed intervened and started propping the markets aggressively since 1987, every crash or correction has proven to be nothing but a buying opportunity.

If Market Crash 2016 becomes a reality, embrace it as the smart money has done since 1987 and make a fortune in the process. Fear pays very poorly yet people line up looking for employment; let the masses panic and dump the baby with the bathwater. Astute investors celebrate when the masses panic and vice versa. If you take this view, then you will do well, if you take the naysayers view, then you are doomed to repeat history.  You will end up with nothing but a lot of hot air and move ten steps closer to the graveyard. What happens when the stock market crashes? It always makes for a great long term buying opportunity; end of story

Mass Media is good for nothing but Noise Pollution

Market Crash 2016 is something that has been pushed many times before and the outcome has always been the same. The only thing that crashed was the egos of the loud mouths making these silly proclamations. One could argue from a long-term perspective that every crash has proven to be a buying opportunity for the astute investor.  It is the silly investor that flees for the hills (the mass mindset) that have always lost his shirt and his pants in the process.  One should buy when the masses are crying and flee when they are singing.  Market crash 2016 or 2017 is not what you should focus on; focus on the trend as everything else is just noise.

Fear is in the air, and the masses have just moved to the border of the Hysteria zone. The trend is still up on the NASDAQ and the Dow, so the outlook remains bullish. As volatility levels are very high, view very strong pullbacks as buying opportunities. A test of the August lows is likely, with a possible overshoot to the 14,800-15,000 ranges to destroy the last of the ardent bulls.  The RSI has generated a nice series of positive divergence signals too.

Mob Psychology states stock market predictions 2016 will be full of hot air

Mob Psychology clearly illustrates that the Crowds are still very nervous

Updated views Aug 2019

2008 market Crash Hype will never end; the big players learned an important lesson during the meltdown.  They understood that if you ramped up the fear factor, you could push the masses to dump everything. Hence expect a repeat of this event, at some point in the future, for it paid these money handlers handsomely.

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