Mathman (25 Jan 2015)
"2015 Stock Market Crash?"


Dear Doves,


2015 Stock Market Crash?


Here is the 7 year patterns of stock market crashes:


-      Black Monday Stock Market Crash, October 19, 1987: 22.61% decline


7 Years later


-      The Great Bond Market Massacre, October 17, 1994: $1.5 Trillion in bond holding losses due to increases in bond yields (this was not a one day crash, but a multi-month "bleed" during the course of 1994)


7 years later


-      Post 9/11, 2001 Dot-Com Stock Market Crash, September 17, 2001: After 9/11, the stock market declined severely


7 years later


-      September 29, 2008 Global Financial Crisis: 777.68 decline in stocks started off the biggest decline since 1929


7 years later


-      September 23, 2015 (Day of Atonement) Stock Market Crash????: It appears that all of the elements are in place for a huge crash in 2015 (or perhaps, instead of the Day of atonement, on the last of the 4 blood moons, the Feast of Shelters on September 28, 2015 - That is, take shelter from the stock market coming down J?).  Interestingly, neither days fall on a weekend.


While markets are not supposed to follow any particular pattern, the Lord could cause anything to happen.  If He wants it to follow “His Pattern”, so it shall.  The multi-trillion-dollar question is, Is this "His Pattern" or simply random market fluctuations?  We’ll soon find out!!


Just remember that past patterns do not predict the future and the ways of God are MUCH higher than ours, so this may or may NOT occur.  This is pure speculation on my part and I have no idea if this will actually happen or the timing if it eventually (or even) does.


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Brothers and sisters, are you ready to meet the Lord in the sky?  Repent and believe that grace is by faith alone and can ONLY be attained through Jesus Christ.  Get ready and leave the temptations of this world behind and ready yourself as a Bride.


Surely, time is almost up.


YbiC, MathMan