Flash crashes, mini crashes, financial panics…and synchronicity

The purpose of this post is not to present an analysis of the current market implosion from the perspective of the Synchronicity Code, but I want to point out a couple of things worth keeping in mind.

First, the Synchronicity Code itself is born of many years of studying cycles in the markets, which were then extrapolated to events out in the everyday world. Those traders and investors who do this kind of research usually measure from high to high, high to low, low to high and low to low. What they don’t typically do is to consider market-related events that don’t fall on a high or a low to measure against. The best example is the series of October crashes that have happened along the way, including the 1907, 1929, 1987, 1989, and 1997 crashes. As we now know, the 1907 crash occurred almost exactly 100 years, and the 1987 crash almost exactly 20 years, from the 2007 all time high. The coincidental dates are obvious from a Synchronicity Code perspective, but not from a charting perspective.

Second, we have some recent time synchronicities to mention, as they may come into play as the weeks and months unfold ahead. We’ll end this post with the first one, which is that the May 6, 2010 “flash crash” occurred almost exactly one year from the current market high off the March 2009 low, which was on May 2, 2011. This would be a good opportunity for you to practice using the Code Calculator page. If you have not yet done so, first read the “How to use the Code Calculator” page, then open the Caculator and plug in 5/6/2010 as the first date and 5/2/2011 as the second date. This is a short term projection, so I would focus only on the following upcoming projected dates:

1.382 9/16/2011
1.5 10/29/2011
1.618 12/11/11 and
1.667 12/28/2011

What we would be looking for is a significant change in trend within 2 or 3 days of these dates.

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Good afternoon and good luck. +JAG

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