Tag Archives: GDP real-time thermometer model

Market May Crash Down Fast to Below 14,000 by 9/9/13

My GDP real-time thermometer model recently issued a strong warning about the US Stock Market.  The Dow30 has topped in August and it may crash down to from 13,500 to 14,000 by 9/9/13.  I post the warning from the model … Continue reading

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Will Dow30 Have 2000 Point Movement Next Week?

My Real-Time GDP Thermometer Model tells me so.  But by common sense, I know it is simply NOT possible.

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The GDP of the U.S. Economy Should Expand Around 0.6% in Q3

The 0.6% growth is calculated based on my GDP Real-Time Thermometer Model.  It is much better than -3.5% contraction I expected back in July.  Thanks for the pickups of the economic activities in retail and wholesale levels which effectively compensate the contraction … Continue reading

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Market Watch – 01/11/2011

The minute wave [iv] looks ended yesterday and lasts 3 days.  If it is the case, the new bullish minute wave [v] kicked off yesterday after touching the 20 day simple moving average.  According to my mood dynamic theory, it should last about … Continue reading

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Market Watch – 12/25/2010

Merry Christmas! This year could be the best year since 2006.  The U.S. economy has returned to the level a little better than 2007 based on the retail sale number.  S&P 500 company’s aggregate earnings reached about $20/share, also comparable … Continue reading

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The U.S. GDP Grows at 4% in October and November

I am doing a great experiment to prove my GDP real-time thermometer model.  The stock market, as a real-time thermometer of the economy according to my theory, suggests the U.S. economy expanded at about 4% rate in both October and November if my … Continue reading

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