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Andre Minassian

Caution is king in November.Dow 25,000 !?

25 Oct 2017 @ 10:32
Since Monday Dow Jones added few hundred points again to it’s tireless rise. Shorts must be dazed,dazzled and confused and that is how these games are played , do the unexpected is name of the game that wall street plays … having said that,  I repeat what I wrote before, end of October (this week) […]

Dow 24,000 in the bag - or is it 25,000 by New year?

22 Oct 2017 @ 10:11
Following my last article, things have gone according to my predictions so far. Major indexes tirelessly moving forward and breaking one historical high after another….And the party shall continue to the end of this year. I predicted that Dow would move towards 24,000 weeks ago and we are at 23.300 ish as I write. Dax […]

So, it is Dow 24,000 then ! ?

04 Oct 2017 @ 11:05
Following my last post here, I am to conclude that we will close 2017 on a historical high for S&P, Dax, Dow Jones, Nasdaq and very likely FTSE. Dow went from 22,200 right through 22,400 which I had said would mean we will finish the year at a very possible Dow 24,000….very likely hit Dow […]

So, is it a bull or a bear from here?

28 Aug 2017 @ 18:18
Hello again, So I was right again! Dow backed off from 22,200 ish, we saw a good drop – but what now? I again have to adhere to what I said in my last article here, If it comes back up and over through to 22,400(going through 22,200 like butter) … we can very much […]

Dow 22,000 - So what now ! 24,000?

05 Aug 2017 @ 08:00
Long time no see  – Again, There you have it, conservatives won and GBP/USD is making it’s way towards 1.32 ish and Dow Jones hit 22,000 as predicted. Dow 22,000 is something I have been predicting and insisted on since January 2017. What now ? where do we go from here? Is this it?  Is […]

When will this bull stop ? & Who will win the general election?

26 May 2017 @ 08:55
Long time no see, Time for me to write something I suppose, since I’ve been inundated with requests to do so. So here it goes … Is the bull market going to stop anytime soon? Are we going to have a large correction or a crash? The answer to both is no. The bull market […]

When is this correction coming then ? !

11 Apr 2017 @ 14:17
First I thought it would be second week of March … And yet we are into second week in April and there is not much sign of a coming correction in the major US, European or UK indexes. When I say correction, I mean Dow down to 19k and Dax down to 11K and FTSE […]

Dow 20k-Is The Bull Market Over? I Say No !

15 Feb 2017 @ 13:46
We reached the long awaited and long predicted DOW JONES 20k and have made serious progress to 20,500 ish. I have been saying for the last two years that we will hit Dow 20k and when we do I will take all my positions off the table. Which is what I did just before New […]

DOW 20,000 Coming Home To Daddy By New Year - What next ?

17 Dec 2016 @ 13:49
Just to go back to September, I predicted DAX would hit 11,000 – which it has, FTSE would hit 7,000 – which it has and Dow would hit 20,000 – which it will before this year is out. Now that would be three predictions on the money from back in September, before the US elections – also […]

If you are a betting kind of person ! Trumps - Markets should rally to the New Year

09 Nov 2016 @ 12:14
So … Here we are … Trump has been elected and the bankers are very happy with their choice. He is perceived as the anti-establishment claiming the system is rigged – The best part of this for the powers that be is that people mistakenly see this as a victory against the establishment …nothing could be […]
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