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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

5 Charts Which Show That The Next Economic Crash Is Dead Ahead

Prophecy Sign:  The coming global economic crash, (and implementation of the New Economic World Order of the Antichrist)


That which was, is again.  Like clock work, the economic indicators are once again pointing to yet another global economic crash, (in conjunction with war in the Middle-East perhaps?).  This time, the crash may be far worse than anything we've seen thus far.  In order to implement the new economy of the Antichrist, the old economy must be removed.

5 Charts Which Show That The Next Economic Crash Is Dead Ahead
When an economic crisis is coming, there are usually certain indicators that appear in advance.  For example, commodity prices usually start to plunge before a recession begins.  And as you can see from the Bloomberg Commodity Index which you can find right here, this has already been happening.  In addition, I have previously written about how the U.S. dollar went on a great run just before the financial collapse of 2008.  This is something that has also been happening over the past few months.  Some people would have you believe that nobody can anticipate the next great economic downturn and that to try to do so is just an exercise in “guesswork”.  But that is not the case at all.  We can look back over history and see patterns that keep repeating.  And a lot of the exact same patterns that happened just before previous stock market crashes are happening again right now.

The Stock Market In 2015 Is Starting To Look Remarkably Similar To The Stock Market In 2008
Are we watching a replay of the last financial crisis?  Over the past six months, the price of oil has collapsed, the U.S. dollar has soared, and a whole bunch of other patterns that we witnessed just before the stock market crash of 2008 are repeating once again.  But what we have not seen yet is the actual stock market crash.  So will there be one this year?  In this article, I am going to compare the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average during the first three months of 2008 to the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average during the first three months of 2015.  As you will see, there are some striking similarities. 

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