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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

The Depression Cycle of U.S. Financial markets


Despite major indices continue to make record highs, U.S. Financials market is entering the inflection point that rhythm with the pattern, form, level of the inflection point during the Great depression. Following diagrams clearly depict the nature of their characteristics for these two different inflection points.
First, the diagram during the Great depression:
At the top of “C”, DJIA recovered to the red line of the pre- level of the Great Crash of 1929. And the form is with the blue ascending wedge.

Current U.S. Financials market:
With the blue ascending wedge, U.S. Financials start to pull back at the red line of the pre- level of the Crash of 2008, the Point of recognition of Sep 19, 2008.

15 pages report of major indices.