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Gauging A Spooky Market Crash Omen

Posted By:Allen Wastler

One of the top videos being watched on our Web site this morning is the "Hindenburg Omen" video ... an interview piece detailing the recent technical levels that signal, maybe, an imminent market crash.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindenburg_Omen

Perhaps the recent RBS report was correct, now is the time to be in cash, try and keep hold of your job and put on your tinfoil hat :(

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Looking back at historical data, the probability of a move greater than 5% to the downside after a confirmed Hindenburg Omen was 77%, and usually takes place within the next forty-days. The probability of a panic sellout was 41% and the probability of a major stock market crash was 24%. However, the occurrence of a confirmed Hindenburg Omen does not necessarily mean that the stock market will go down, although every NYSE crash since 1985 has been preceded by a Hindenburg Omen.

So it's a bit like Noah then?

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Some of the shares I've been watching are behaving very strangely - going up on bad news (e.g. Barratts) or down on good. Also going up on high selling days and down on high buying days. If the markets become volatile over increasingly short periods fewer and fewer people will be able to make any sort of informed guess about whether to invest or not - more people will be scared off the markets and into interest-earning accounts, especially as rates are higher now.

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Some of the shares I've been watching are behaving very strangely - going up on bad news (e.g. Barratts) or down on good. Also going up on high selling days and down on high buying days. If the markets become volatile over increasingly short periods fewer and fewer people will be able to make any sort of informed guess about whether to invest or not - more people will be scared off the markets and into interest-earning accounts, especially as rates are higher now.

what interest earning accounts.??

they all lose in reality compared to GENUINE uk inflation.

the only safe haven is.....g.........o.........l.......d........

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what interest earning accounts.??

they all lose in reality compared to GENUINE uk inflation.

the only safe haven is.....g.........o.........l.......d........

What about frankinsense and mhyrr?

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10wk average hasn't been rising since late may/early June as far as I can see, and the market is already off by 12% since then, and about 15% since mid-May so I can't see it means anything as far as where the market is going from here today.

It is basically saying the market had a percentage probability of falling 6 weeks ago. Er.....yeah...and?

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