I was inspired by CryptoKaleo's post (original post below) on the "Next Tech Bubble", where he predicted a tech bubble to take place in the coming years based on the fractals of the 1998-2002 Dot com bubble market price action.
Disclaimer: This is...
always good to contradict ourselves for perspective sake. this is a a possible bear case scenario if the capital S really hits the fan with the coming eviction news and corona variants mixed in with more lockdowns or other new black swan. the govt is low on dry powder for stimulus and protections. many of you might agree the downtrend is overdue. this is all for...
Sometimes one needs to take a step back to see the bigger picture on what is going, to learn from the past and start making plans of actions on what to do next ✌
1929 Crash (Wikipedia article)
1987 Black Monday Crash (Wikipedia article)
I tried to compare the 2020 Telsa bull run vs apple during the dot com crisis
what if we are in an EV bubble that is comparable to the dot bubble?
could we predict how it will go this time?
as we saw in 2000, the internet was intended to become a great thing, but not yet.
what if the EV is intended to become a great thing, but not today? maybe in 20 years from...
Followed a common 5 phase pattern
Phase 1: Trending breakout of basing formation in a strong up-trending move
Phase 2: Trending high-volatility drawdown (usually not related to stock or index itself).
Phase 3: Trending recovery - stock or index shrugs off the high volatility event as it recovers quickly and stronger than before.
Phase 4: Upwards & &...
Looking at some of the historic phases we were in (Dot.com Bubble, Real-Estate Bubble) and the current Zero-Interest Bubble, the M1 money stock and the development of the S&P500 the question arises if gold is losing it's relevance as safe haven. Given the explosion of central bank money and the clear trend to govern by central bank monetary policy one would expect...
Fibonacci Time Lines marking Pre-Crashes starting on Black Monday in 1987. Moon Phases as viewed as highs and lows for confirmation of resistance and support. 1,082 weekly bars from number 8 to number 13.
Waste Management is one of the few stocks I've traded over the years. Waste Management is a beautiful opportunity for investors with 30%+ gains avg. a year, for the last 5 year years.
When it comes to stocks, I often ask myself "do we NEED this company/service"... When it comes to trash, we do. I think it's going to be interesting what's to come for WM, will it...
In July of 1982 the S&P 500 bottomed and began its next bull market. It made a parabolic attempt in 1987 but was smashed down. Notice how orderly and well-respected the 13-year rising trendlines were. The SPX then made a 2nd parabolic attempt in 1995 but this time it was successful and lasted for 5 years.
I'm sharing these analyses of previous parabolas in the...
This study is intended to point out some very obvious similarities of Amazon's current trading action with that of the stock's Dot Com crisis period.
Our sole purpose is not to spread panic to a stock market that is currently strong and trading on All Time High territory but to keep investors on their toes and make potential buyers check and double check by...
I want to buy with the banks at $12. might take 6 years to get there though. looks like we are going into another Great Depression. makes sense as the previous depression started with a trade war as well.
damn totally sucks for people on the planet who are going to get absolutely screwed by this.
Just some thoughts on the market psychology on bubbles.
Prevailing market sentiment on Booking in 2000:
"No stock can recover from that type of bubble."
"Booking is the new Tulip bubble, they took your money for good."
"Internet companies? The Internet is nice but you can't expect them to be able to make real money."
Prevailing market sentiment on Bitcoin in...
I have proportionally scaled the IXIC chart inline with BTCUSD to compare the DOTCOM boom and crash directly to BTCUSD fall from 21K, there is currently no Total Marketcap chart on Trading View so BTC price is used for now; please check the total market cap on - coinmarketcap.com
Those of you that have zero clue just how ridiculous our financial system is today compared to the Great Depression, please have a look. Just keep in mind that during the great depression 33,000 people starved to death...