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Revealed! Markets & UP or DOWN? Financial Astrologer Drops Bombshell Prediction for 2nd part of 2022 - YouTube

 

Start taking your money out and keep some physical cash.

And if you have investment, this August/September could be the last chance to get out...till next time because we are in for a rollercoaster ride this autumn. 😱

A rugpull event predicted in Nov.

By this, I think TA people who have said 'BTC could reach 9K by this autumn' might become true.

 

 

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1 hour ago, spideysensei said:

@DaleP thanks for the heads up. I plan to pull everything out anyway, just waiting for the right time. I can fully imagine Aug/Sep being the peak of this rally. When we start to see hidden bearish divergence on the weekly, coupled with regular bearish divergence on at least the 4 hour and daily for more confirmation, that's our indication to pull out.

 

Key timescale

- Aug/Sept cashout.

- By the end of October, cash out of your bank accounts.

 

By the rate PMs are removed, we don't know what they are going to bring and once it starts to fall, I reckon very quickly.

 

 

 

 

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On 7/15/2022 at 5:43 PM, DaleP said:

 

Key timescale

- Aug/Sept cashout.

- By the end of October, cash out of your bank accounts.

 

By the rate PMs are removed, we don't know what they are going to bring and once it starts to fall, I reckon very quickly.

 

 

 

 

IMO, things are looking very precarious, as you mention.

 

Also for the UK, June CPI inflation is over 9% and RPI over 11% and heading upwards.  The real inflation rate is double what the government's manipulated figures are.   So, I see taking money out of the bank and bringing forward purchases, for example, food with a long shelf life, to lock-in today's prices and helping not paying higher prices around the corner, not to mention the looming food shortages.  Also money/bank credit sitting in the bank, at interest rates well below even the official inflation figures, is losing purchasing power like nobody's business.

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On 7/17/2022 at 3:08 PM, Orange Alert said:

 

IMO, things are looking very precarious, as you mention.

 

Also for the UK, June CPI inflation is over 9% and RPI over 11% and heading upwards.  The real inflation rate is double what the government's manipulated figures are.   So, I see taking money out of the bank and bringing forward purchases, for example, food with a long shelf life, to lock-in today's prices and helping not paying higher prices around the corner, not to mention the looming food shortages.  Also money/bank credit sitting in the bank, at interest rates well below even the official inflation figures, is losing purchasing power like nobody's business.

 

This is the thing. I doubt anybody is getting interest rate over 9.1% so if you have fiat in your bank account, other than the bit to pay bills etc.... then you are losing value for nothing. I don't trust the 85K guarantee either. I don't know what the implication for the UK if EURO continues to go down against USD. I guess people in the Money Market have invested in Euro that if it goes tits up, there will be domino effect. I think spread your eggs, yes buy tangible gold/silver but they are not profitable either though it may hold its value being it tangible. You can't buy a loaf of bread though.

 

It's a g  a  m  b  l  e......

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