1) 1930 (the beginning of the global economic crisis called the Great Depression).
2) 1966-1970 (Stagflation in the USA from the late 60s to the beginning of the 70s which grew into the oil crisis of 1973).
Dow Jones Industrial Average . Which reflects the development of the industrial component of US stock markets. The index covers the 30 largest US companies. This is the US economic health index and, as a consequence, the "health" of the world. After all, the United States is the locomotive of the economy of the whole world and one must agree with this, regardless of your political beliefs. It should also be borne in mind that virtually all countries of the world are "colonies" of the United States, even if the local authorities of these countries play the role of political and economic antagonists USA.
All this is due to such a structure as the Fed, and their fraud with unlimited production of "air dollars".
Residents of the United States are very lucky that this private non-state fraudulent structure was located in this country and the US dollar was chosen as the currency to enslave the world.
But all interstate trade between these "colonies" is carried out for a "real US dollar ."
As Mayer Rothschild once said very prophetically for his modern descendants:
"Give me control over the release of money in the state, and I do not care who will write its laws."
Thanks to a series of various crises and wars, local elites are destroyed or subordinated, and the resources of these colonies are completely transferred to scammers of a global scale. Also, thanks to the stock market and especially the derivatives market, it is possible to “utilize” for a while the huge mass of “air dollars” produced.
Thus, restraining the hyper inflation of both the dollar and the currencies of the whole world.
The derivatives market is a virtual market that, thanks to speculation, is increasingly moving away from the real economy. According to Mark Mobius, executive president of Templeton Asset Management, the value of derivatives on the world market currently exceeds the global GDP by at least 10 times.
According to the Industry Association (FIA), one of the world's largest professional associations of derivatives exchanges, the derivatives market in the United States alone is about 600 trillion. dollars, while global GDP does not exceed 70 trillion. dollars. Without derivatives, the dollar, thanks to the ocean of copies of dollar numbers in the real world, would have depreciated long ago and the existing system would not have been able to function. The existing paper dollar scam has already reached its dead end, and scammers have come up with a more “airy” and “dimensionless” cryptocurrency utilizer for the whole world, given past mistakes.
All tangible real resources in the world are bought for a dollar made from "air". This is a brilliant scam, but a more grandiose scam, which everyone expects as a blessing and especially crypto fans pray for it, is yet to come. The crowd is promised what she does not have. “The desired fruit is sweet.” These are rights, freedoms, material resources ... But promises, like all “color” revolutions and similar actions, will remain only promises, and “hungry” will have to “go on a diet” and work even harder. After all, the game plan “good-bad” will be embodied in reality and will confuse people's consciousness. The existing economic slave-man will become a commodity with a serial number.
In the near future we will see the “overflow” of the paper dollar into the “crypto dollar” and its repainted versions of “crypto pound”, “crypto yuan” and others ... The crowd will win! The crowd will rejoice! What the States allegedly fought against so much will be translated into reality by the same States. Long live decentralization and complete dibilization! Long live the transformation of people of economical slaves into goods!
And yet people want this for a temporary benefit. No one wonders what will happen next. That everything has been done so that the rich become richer and the poor, naturally, even poorer and more powerless. In the end, all these things are planned and implemented in stages by people with power and, as a result, very rich. But all changes are made by poor and stupid people with the help of lower animal instincts under the guidance of their oppressors who are always in the shadows.
It has always been, is and will be. Key actors of power for the crowd are changing, but real management has not changed for a long time. But you must understand that even in our seemingly unfair world, if you have intelligence above the average, strength of mind, dignity, hard work, you are doomed to be rich by the standards of the average person in the main crowd.
But you also need to be afraid not only of “power”, but also of a stupid, poor, irritable, envious crowd.
Which is governed by the same "power."
Middle-income people will be destroyed with the help of poor idlers.
Many characters truly believe that in the "new world" they will find a better place than this person now occupies. But places for a good life are already sold out in advance. Good places were not enough for everyone. Therefore, now, under the pretext of fighting ...... the elite is being shot from the lower layers of the hierarchy, which has not received a ticket to the "new world". It was planned a very long time ago, but the performance somehow dragged on.
In the near future, this will be presented to the main crowd as a struggle against their oppressors, but in reality this is just a small bandit in the global hierarchy.
To the crowd, they will tell and show the “horrors” of what they wanted to do with her and how the heroes saved her. Then the crowd will 100% believe in this legend and will be even more grateful to their real "oppressors-savior." Then the crowd will be ready for everything, even for the most stupid and immoral things.
Throughout the history of the chart from 1915 to 2020, we see two similar situations as now on the chart:
1) 1930 (the beginning of the global economic crisis called the Great Depression).
2) 1966-1970 (Stagflation in the USA from the late 60s to the beginning of the 70s which grew into the oil crisis of 1973).
I also ask you to pay attention to the time intervals of especially long uptrends highlighted in green:
1) Uptrend 1933-1969. The trend lasts 37 years.
2) Uptrend 1982-2020. The trend duration is 38 years at the moment.
Please note that they have a time interval + - the same at the moment, even in the current trend, an excess of 1 year.
Only a successful gradual transfer of a “paper air dollar” to a “crypto air dollar” can help not to repeat the situation in 1930 and move the price as in 1970 at least into lateral movement.
And in each of these two situations, the denouement was different.
In the first - 1930, a breakthrough of the and a decrease in the market only from the zone of breakthrough of the by -81.5%! And only the Second World War helped to reverse the trend in the and raise the industry of this country. But still, the repetition of the previous highs of the index before the crisis of the Great Depression was repeated only after 25 years in 1954!
In the second situation, 1966 - 1970, there was a touch of the uptrend line (which acted as support), a rebound from it, then a reverse test and a breakdown of the uptrend line and the transition to long lateral movement and slowdown of industry growth by 19 years! Stagflation of the US economy. And only in 1982 did the strongest uptrend begin which continues until then.
Let's look at these two situations, what happened in these situations in more detail:
1 SITUATION 1930 "A lot of goods - no money"
The Great Depression of 1930 - the global economic crisis, which began in October 1929 with the stock market crash in the United States and continued until 1939. (Most acute from 1929 to 1933). The 1930s are generally considered the period of the Great Depression.
The Great Depression most affected the United States, Canada, Britain, Germany and France, but was felt in other states. Industrial cities have suffered the most, and construction has almost stopped in a number of countries. Due to the reduction in demand, prices for agricultural products fell by 40-60%.
What President Hoover would later call the “crazy speculation orgy” began on the US stock market in 1927. According to the economic theory of the time, stock and bond markets reflected and foresaw the “underlying realities” in the creation of goods and services; but by 1928, American stock markets noticeably broke away from reality. While business activity was steadily declining, stock prices were rising rapidly. According to Galbraith, money flowed to the market so abundantly that "Wall Street seemed to be devouring all the money in the world."
Black Thursday and Black Tuesday
The first drop in stock prices occurred in September 1929: then, stock prices both dropped unexpectedly and quickly recovered . Then, on Wednesday, October 23, the first large-scale liquidation of positions began: in a day more than 6 million shares passed from hand to hand, and market capitalization fell by $ 4 billion. “Confusion” began on the market, as prices were transferred from New York across the country via telegraph, which was almost two hours behind. On Black Thursday, October 24, the market opened sharply; a record 12,894,650 shares were sold per day; by noon, losses reached $ 9 billion. However, when the day ended on the market, there was even a slight recovery, relative to intraday lows. The following Tuesday, October 29, 16,410,000 shares were already sold (this record lasted 39 years); Black Tuesday began a period of almost continuous two-week fall in prices. By mid-November, capitalization fell by an incomplete $ 26 billion - which amounted to about a third of the value of shares in September.
Further development of the recession.
A full-scale recession in the United States began in August 1929, two months before the stock market crash (construction began to decline back in 1926). In February 1930, the Fed reacted to the onset of the crisis, reducing the prime rate from 6% to 4%. In addition, government bonds were redeemed from the market to maintain liquidity.
In June 1930, the so-called Smoot-Hawley tariff was adopted in the United States, introducing a 40% duty on imports to protect the domestic market. This measure has become one of the main channels for transferring the crisis to Europe, as sales of European products in the United States were difficult. Does this remind you of anything? A game of Trump and the Chinese leader with duties in the recent past?
At the end of 1930, bank depositors began a massive withdrawal of deposits, which led to a wave of bank failures. As a result, the absolute contraction of the money supply began. The second banking panic occurs in the spring of 1931. All these months, the authorities have not reacted to the growing economic tsunami. GDP in 1930-1931 falls by 9.4 and 8.5%, respectively, and the unemployment rate rises from 3.2% at the beginning of 1930 to 15.9% by the end of 1931.
In 1932, GDP fell by 13.4, and only since 1929 - by 31%. The unemployment rate in 1932 increased to 23.6%. For more than three years since the crisis began, more than 13 million Americans have lost their jobs. Agricultural prices have fallen by 53% since 1929. For three years, two out of every five banks went bankrupt, their depositors lost $ 2 billion in deposits. Money supply since 1929 has declined at face value by 31%.
In the 1930s, mass famine erupted across America, leading to massive marches and strikes.
In 1932, crowds of starving Bonus Army veterans from all over America arrived in Washington. The US government crushed the march with tanks and terror.
The consequences of the Great Depression in the world.
1) the level of industrial production was dropped to the level of the beginning of the XX century, that is, 30 years ago;
2) in industrialized countries with developed market economies, there were about 30 million unemployed;
3) the situation of farmers, small traders, and the middle class worsened. Many are below the poverty line;
4) the birth rate has sharply decreased. According to social workers, in 1933, in some districts, between 25 and 90% of school-age children suffered from malnutrition.
5) the number of supporters of both communist and nationalist parties has increased (for example, in Germany the National Socialist German Workers' Party came to power).
The way out of the great depression.
The most important anti-crisis measure that was adopted was the start of World War II with the help of Germany in the foreign territories of countries of economic competition. This action helped to finally reverse the trend and raise the US industry. To eliminate the oversupply of goods and services by eliminating the economies of other countries due to war. Expand the US product market. Due to the decline of other competitor countries, the United States has become a monopolist in various industries. But still, the repetition of the previous highs of the index before the crisis of the Great Depression was repeated only after 25 years in 1954!
A positive incentive to continue the upward trend was the character such as the First Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee from 1953 to 1964, Nikita Khrushchev. In view of Khrushchev’s socio-economic and political adventures, the “Stalin gold ruble” (10 times) had to be greatly devalued and its gold content reduced.
In the late 1970s, the gold content of the Soviet ruble was de facto eliminated altogether. Since the time of Khrushchev, foreign Soviet trade with most countries began to be carried out in US dollars.
In addition, the Soviet Union became a "donor" of developing countries and began to supply the Western world with cheap energy and industrial raw materials. And the gold reserves that were created under Stalin began to rapidly lose. So, there is a cold war show for the people between the USSR and the USA, but in fact, the USSR economy has long been working for the USA. After all, everything that the USSR bought / sold outside its borders was supposed to make settlements only in dollars (the currency of its "enemy"). And all thanks to Uncle X and those who stood behind him.
The second positive stimulus for the growth of US industry at highs was the war in Vietnam. I will not dwell on this, as everything is clear here, how this is connected with the stimulation of industry. The end of the war served as a recession of this growth and stagflation of the US economy, and so we got to the second similar situation No. 2.
A scam of 1933 for the confiscation of gold in the population (a fine of up to $ 10,000 and / or imprisonment of up to 10 years).
Also, who is not in the know during the Great Depression in the USA, a grandiose scam was conducted under the guise of anti-crisis measures - this is confiscation of gold from the population. First, voluntarily, and then forcibly, on pain of a prison term of 10 years.
Therefore, do not hesitate a little later, all of your savings and assets will be taken away from you in the name of the law. Very poor, lazy, envious, bile people will support this. Everything, as always, is nothing new.
It is not customary in society to talk about forcibly confiscating gold from a population in the most “democratic” country in the world. Although most people do not even know about it.
During the Great Depression, on April 5, 1933, US President Franklin Roosevelt issued Decree No. 6102 on the actual confiscation of gold bullion and coins from the public and organizations. All individuals and legal entities located in the United States (including foreign nationals and companies storing gold in the United States), with rare exceptions, were obliged to exchange gold for paper money at the price of $ 20.66 per troy until May 1, 1933 an ounce at any bank in the United States that has the right to accept gold . Any contracts and securities nominated in gold were also declared illegal, payments on them were prescribed to be made in paper money in accordance with the specified exchange rate.
Subsequently, the gold was sent to the Fort Knox National Kentucky Gold Depository of the ( System), the construction of which was completed by the end of 1936. After the collection of gold was completed, its official price was sharply raised to $ 35 per ounce. That's how they all cheated.
Roosevelt called the legend of the Decree the relief of a critical situation in the banking industry, as well as the prevention of panic export of gold abroad.
Gold was not subject to confiscation in the United States, owned by foreign state banks and foreign states, and also intended for international trade. Individuals could keep their gold no more than $ 100, as well as rare and collectible coins. Also insignificant gold reserves for professional activities were separately regulated.
For evasion of gold , repressive measures were established: a fine of up to $ 10,000 and / or imprisonment of up to 10 years.
Based on the law on the gold reserve, adopted in January 1934, Roosevelt issued a proclamation on January 31, 1934, which reduced the gold content of the dollar from 25.8 to 15 5/21 grains and set the official price of gold at $ 35 per ounce. In other words, the dollar was devalued by 41%.
2 SITUATION 1966 - 1970
In this period, as it was now, the touch of the uptrend line (which acted as a support), a rebound from it, then a reverse test and a breakdown of the uptrend line and the transition to long lateral movement and deceleration of industry growth for 19 years! Stagflation of the US economy. And only in 1982 did the strongest uptrend begin which continues now.
Until the second half of the 1960s, a cyclically developing economy was characterized by the fact that a decline in production and depression caused, as a rule, lower prices (deflation) or, at least, hindered their increase. The phenomenon of stagflation was first clearly defined in the late 1960s. So, in 1970, unemployment and in the USA reached a record level of 6% and 5.5% in the post-war period (until the mid-1960s, did not exceed 1–1.5%, and unemployment - 2–2.5%) . The second surge in stagflation occurred in 1974-1976, when the rate of increase in prices in the United States was more than 10%, and unemployment reached 7.6%. In general, over the 16 years from 1949 to 1965, retail prices in the United States grew by 29%, and over the next 17 years from 1965 to 1982 - by 100%, that is, the average rate in the indicated period grew 3-4 times, the unemployment rate rose at least 2-3 times.
When President Johnson urged Congress to cut taxes in 1964, he allocated large sums from the state budget to finance both social programs and the Vietnam War. Although, according to Keynes's doctrine, a small deficit in the state budget and a gradual depreciation of the national currency are beneficial for the economy, under Johnson began a sharp acceleration. At the same time, the US superiority in world trade began to fade, as did its global superiority in economics, geopolitics, commerce, technology and culture, which was established after World War II. Since 1945, America has had unlimited access to sources of raw materials and markets for its products worldwide. Due to the ruin of Europe during this era, about one third of all industrial goods in the world were produced in the USA. But by the 1960s, not only developed, but also developing third world countries began to compete with the United States in the economy and raise prices for their raw materials. Japanese and European automobiles, steel, electronics and other high-tech products successfully competed with American ones not only abroad, but also in the US domestic market. This gave rise simultaneously to rising prices and a wave of ruin for American manufacturers, a phenomenon known as stagflation, that is, stagnation amid .
The price level continued to rise and in the first two years of Nixon’s presidency increased by 15%. Then in 1971, Nixon announced the termination of the conversion of the dollar into gold , which led to the crisis of the Bretton Woods system and the subsequent devaluation of the dollar. This helped revive the export of American goods, but imported raw materials and other goods became even more expensive. In addition, Nixon in the same 1971 for 90 days froze the level of prices and salaries in the United States, and then put them under the control of a special federal agency. slowed somewhat, but unemployment began to rise. To stop the decline in production, Nixon again lifted restrictions on the level of prices and wages, which caused a new round of .
In the long run, Nixon’s shock led to stagflation in the United States, reduced the purchasing power of the dollar, and exacerbated the American recession of the 1970s. The rejection of the connection between the world's main reserve currency and gold ensured for the United States a transition to the issuance of fiat money (money from the air).
Fiduciary, fiat, symbolic, paper, credit, unsecured money - money not secured by gold and other precious metals, the nominal value of which is established and guaranteed by the state, regardless of the cost of the material used for their manufacture. As a rule, immutable to gold or silver . Often fiduciary money functions as a means of payment on the basis of state laws obliging them to be accepted at par. The cost of fiduciary money is supported by people's faith that they can exchange them for anything of value. The fall in the authority of state power leads to a decrease in the purchasing power of fiduciary money, devaluation, and "flight from money."
Reasons for US stagflation.
Economists name two main causes of stagflation:
1) decline in production due to a sharp change in the price of raw materials, which is important for this economy (the so-called price shock). A sharp increase in prices for the importing country or a decrease for the exporting country. For example, this is the 1974 oil crisis in the United States.
2) the simultaneous slowdown in production growth (stagnation) and price increases ( ) may be the result of an incorrect economic policy of the government. For example, the country's can cause by releasing too much money into circulation, while too active regulation of the labor market and production by the state can slow down business activity (stagnation).
The impetus for the start of the 1974 oil crisis was the sharp rise in oil prices from OPEC countries. The situation was aggravated by the incorrect reaction of national central banks, which tried to stimulate growth by injecting money into the economy (see Keynesianism), which led only to an uncontrolled rise in prices and wages. On the graph we see the lateral movement and the breakdown of the support of the horizontal channel. Overly dangerous situation.
The situation with the index on the Dow Jones chart now.
It is important how the price will react when retesting near the uptrend line, which will act as a support. There are several scenarios from this important key area:
1)As the price approaches the line of the 38-year uptrend, the price reacts positively and the upward movement continues. The big problem is simply delayed again in time. And the later it happens, the more painful it will be. Fortunately, everyone understands this.
2) Another option, the most reasonable. As in 1970, with repeated testing, we nevertheless break through the 38-year uptrend line, and the price is fixed below it. But instead of moving into a downtrend, the trend goes into lateral movement, forming, as in the 1970s, a side channel of "accumulation of force."
The main thing is that the lateral movement was clearly preserved, without strong punctures and slopes of the side channel trend.
It is important that the crowd saw exactly the accumulations on the chart, and not the attempt of large market and state players to maintain the index at any cost at certain critical values. I showed the channel width, as in the 1970s, about 40%, and the first waves of basic lateral may have already formed in this upward channel. The range may be different, but 40% is optimal for maintaining the trend. No one knows the future, this can be assumed based on history and your trading experience.
3) The saddest and most unpleasant option for the United States and for the stability of the whole world. If there is a breakdown of the uptrend line and the price consolidates below it, a very dangerous situation will arise, as in 1930, which can lead to the beginning of a downtrend. Key levels of price stop, I showed on the chart. Even reducing the index to these values can lead to a complete collapse of the US economy, and of the world economy as a whole. Why is this so I described in detail with examples above in the article. Let's hope that this does not happen.
Learn to predict a more likely future. Always have different options for your work in a given situation. Work according to the basic plan, based on the situation that is being implemented.
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A trading idea-indicator gave a signal about a market reversal long before its fall.
The relationship of the Dow Jones and the Fed% rate We are ahead of the financial crisis.
Result. The plateau phase. Reducing the Fed interest rate and raising the price of the index to highs.
Then the index price drops and the Fed rates transition to phase 4.
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