Building Financial Danger – January 11, 2012 Update

On October 17 I wrote a post titled “Danger Signs In The Stock Market, Financial System And Economy.”  This post is a brief fourth update to that post. My overall analysis indicates a continuing elevated and growing level of danger. I continue to believe the October 4 1074.77 low on the S&P500 will not be a … Read more Building Financial Danger – January 11, 2012 Update

The Next Crash And Its Significance

In the October 17 post (“Danger Signs In The Stock Market, Financial System And Economy“) I wrote the following: Of further concern is whether, and when, the above-mentioned problems might reach a point at which another (financial system) crash occurs.  I am particularly concerned about the prospects of the next crash for a number of … Read more The Next Crash And Its Significance

Thoughts On The Next Stock Market Decline

In my post of October 10 (“Near-Term Direction Of Stock Market“)  I stated with regard to the S&P500: The question now becomes whether that 1074.77 was a “lasting bottom,” or whether there is more near-term downside.  I believe that the 1074.77 low will not be a “lasting bottom” – i.e. it will be breached to … Read more Thoughts On The Next Stock Market Decline

Danger In The Markets? Part I

This series of blog posts represents a periodic Technical Analysis of the markets.  My last series of posts (5 parts) of this nature was titled “Peril In The Markets?” and started September 13.  At the conclusion of that series of posts, I wrote this blog post summarizing my thoughts: https://www.economicgreenfield.com/2009/09/17/extreme-peril-in-the-stock-market/ Although a stock market crash did not … Read more Danger In The Markets? Part I

Extreme Peril In The Stock Market

Please note – some might find this post disturbing In this post I will summarize my thoughts on the markets, particularly the stock market.  As has been the case since the Economic Crisis began, any stock market weakness will most likely be mirrored in a variety of other markets as well, such as commodities, credit, etc. … Read more Extreme Peril In The Stock Market