Stock market forecast #672Z or stock market architecture charts, pencil rendering by artist Stephen F. Condren, of Condren Galleries, with prints, and scans predicting future stock market moves. Prints & Scans Of This Drawing #672Z ~ Order Here.
Stock Market Architecture
Stock Market Analysis
As you can see from my chart above the stock market, as I have predicted long before the crash, or Coronavirus, is heading down quickly. All of this is pure Physics, and the forces of nature with the use of good old gravity are bringing the market down, because the stock market is grow.
Stock Market Is Growing
Yes, the stock market is growing. The way that the stock market grows is with the creation of newer larger bubbles. It was the crash of 2008 from the pushing down of the previous bubble that made the newer, and large one that we have been riding for the past decade. This new decade, after this crash passes, will be far greater and stronger than any in history. However, for now, we have to work through the current decline that is making the newer and larger bubble.
Investors, or rather people that put money into the stock market, are not entitled, or guaranteed a profit on their money, because the stock market is a vehicle for equity transactions that can gain or lose in value. Just as a merchant that opens a new store with hopes of success, he or she has no guarantee.
To go from the frying pan into the fire just start using margin, and you will find yourself in more trouble, because you do not know the outcome of your stock positions, and no matter what you are paying interest on that money!
Below you can see my rendering for the market for the past 26 years. The stock market will approach lower levels like that of 2008, but it will not last long.
Stock market forecast #672Z or stock market architecture charts, pencil rendering by artist Stephen F. Condren with prints & scans predicting future moves.
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Stock market forecast #672Z charts by artist Stephen F. Condren.
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The charts that are used are from Charles Schwab, with many thanks.
Stephen F. Condren ~ Artist