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Showing posts with label 2007. Show all posts
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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Gold vs. Stocks: Trend ratios looking exactly like 2007 just prior to financial collapse

Contrary to the year of the financial EVENT in 2008 that changed the global economy forever, the circumstances behind the Credit Crisis started in 2007 with the collapse of the housing bubble, and the apex of the six year equity Bull Market.  And one thing it also triggered was the beginning of the next leg of the Bull Market in gold, which would move from the $700's to a new all-time high of over $1900 in a short period of time.

There are many things that act as warnings and signposts for future events, and one of these has occurred since the beginning of the year which parallels 2007, and the beginning of events that led to a worldwide financial collapse.

The ratio between gold growth and stock market declines.


As you can see on this chart, the 2016 performances of both gold and the S&P 500 are exactly the same as the performance of each back in 2007.
Gold is enjoying an incredible year, surging 22 percent as the S&P 500is barely positive. What's rare is for the yellow metal to outperform the market so dramatically in a year when stocks are up. 
In fact, going back to 1980, there has been only year in which gold has outperformed the S&P by 20 percent or more while the latter was positive on the year: 2007. 
Both gold and the fear-measuring CBOE Volatility Index surged in the second half of that year, even as stocks maintained their footing. The crash, of course, came in 2008. - CNBC

Monday, August 10, 2015

Welcome to 2008: Dow drops more than 1000 points from its all-time highs

Early this morning, the Dow reached an interesting number as the market has now fallen over 1000 points from its all-time highs reached in May of this year.  And while this decline represents only a 5% drop in the market over the past three months, it is eerily similar to what took place just eight years ago when a 1000 point drop from the previous all-time high led to a stock market crash the very next year, and ushered in a liquidity and credit crisis that we have yet to fully recover from.
From 18,351.36 on May 19th, The Dow (cash) is now at 17,345… -Zerohedge

Graph courtesy of Zeorhedge

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Economic indicators look more and more like 2007, and forecast the new global recession

Few people remember that the start of the Great Recession, and the lead-up to the 2008 credit crisis, began a year before when several economic indicators marked a tremendous slowdown and popping of artificial bubble throughout the world.  In fact, 2007 was when we saw the height of the last stock market boom, and where the Dow lost over 1000 points before the great crash occurred in October of 2008, leading to a 777 point drop in a single day.
But while the stock markets today are the primary benefactors of central bank cheap lending policies and near zero interest rates, equities were not the only indicators forecasting an oncoming crash.  And one of those alternative indicators was the amount of global trade taking place, which for the first time since the middle of 2009 reached an apex and began to slump.
Just like it did at the very end of 2007.
 
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