The Engineering of a Financial Crisis

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    Nothing is more common on earth than to deceive and be deceived. Johann G. Seume, 1763-1810, German Theologist.

    The Dow continues to put in new highs but our 3 moving averages of new highs are trading well off the highs they put in last year.

    The 20 day moving average (current reading = 640) of new highs would have to surge past the 2500 mark to have a chance of putting in a new high. Based on this weeks readings it would have to surge 400% from its current reading. It is very strange and disturbing that a market that appears to be strong is actually not as strong as it appears to be when one examines its internal structure.

    V readings (our proprietary indicator that measures market volatility) have surged to yet another new high, we are now striking distance from hitting the 1600 mark. We cannot remember the last time when V readings put in 4 back to back new highs. In fact it appears that the surge (over 5.6%) in the past 4 weeks has set a new 4 week record.

    Given the fact that the Dow has now put in a stunning 29 new highs and the volume has not once touched the 6.8 billion mark leads us to believe that some form of extreme manipulation is taking place. It is statistically impossible for a market to put in so many new highs on such low volume without something being amiss.

    If one examines the history of the Dow (we have more than 100 years of history there), one will find that at any given point in time, the Dow trended higher on higher volume especially if it was putting in a series of new highs.

    Before we proceed, we would like to list a few very important quotes.

    The budget should be balanced, the treasury should be refilled and the public debt should be reduced. The arrogance of Public officialdom should be tempered and controlled. And the assistance to foreign Lands should be curtailed, lest we become bankrupt. CICERO, 63 B.C.