Thom,

Came across this today. It could be that you are almost right on the button.

Thanks again for all that you do.

Ron Whitfield

wcpt820

https://www.newsmax.com/finance/peterreagan/warning-signs-market-crash/2...

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Dianereynolds's picture
Dianereynolds 1 week 1 day ago
#1

Even a broken clock is correct twice a day. It is all about how you use those other minutes that determine your financial fate.

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PhilfromOhio 6 days 1 hour ago
#2

(Somber music in background)

Here lies Diane, a broken clock who couldn't tell time because she chewed off both hands, having become hyper-allergic to cash. She spent her life obsessed about her financial fate, counting her shekels over and over again.

When she thought she had enough dough in the stock market, it crashed and sent her into a deep depression. "Oh Loordy, how could I be sooo wrong for putting my fate into the hands of an amateur gynocologist like Don," she lamented.

She should have repented and saw the light, and now is being displaced by a robot troll named "Son of Robbie".

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gumball 5 days 5 hours ago
#3

I believe Thom wrote a book about that in 2013, called the crash of 2016.

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gumball 5 days 5 hours ago
#4
Quote PhilfromOhio:

(Somber music in background)

Here lies Diane, a broken clock who couldn't tell time because she chewed off both hands, having become hyper-allergic to cash. She spent her life obsessed about her financial fate, counting her shekels over and over again.

When she thought she had enough dough in the stock market, it crashed and sent her into a deep depression. "Oh Loordy, how could I be sooo wrong for putting my fate into the hands of an amateur gynocologist like Don," she lamented.

She should have repented and saw the light, and now is being displaced by a robot troll named "Son of Robbie".

http://awealthofcommonsense.com/2014/02/worlds-worst-market-timer/

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