During the pre-open hours, the mood will likely be gloomier than usual (or at least more practical/realistic). There may be a quick drop right at the open — possibly due to stressful news about communication and/or transportation industries and/or retail sales. Later in the morning, the news may highlight stories about guns and/or mechanical parts of cars, vehicles, etc., likely in some relationship to retail, schools, and/or travel — the news will likely focus on restrictions, accidents, and analysis of whether something is too old/broken and needs to be ended/discarded.
USA: Possibly, mildly positive news about healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and social improvements that help the needy (seniors, people in prisons, sick, etc.) — for ex., that there is greater awareness of their needs, that an authority figure speaks up on their behalf, that there are some small improvements in protecting this segment of the population, that some drug was approved [as expected — no surprises], etc. Mildly positive news about banks are possible as well — that things are going well and there is stability (of income and long term growth).
May 18 (afternoon) – 20: Likely, increased news (esp. on the 19th) about the US economy doing well, money being abundant, and relationships with foreign partners successful.
MAY 19, 2015 (TUE): Medium influence; market may possibly go up (60-65%). The up prediction is mainly due to the positive aspects to the US chart. In general, there will likely be increased interest in the US economy today, especially in stability of its banks, amount of savings, food production, farming, and real-estate. The news will likely be good and the market will go up.
MAY 20, 2015 (WED): Medium influence; market may possibly go up (55-60%).
USA: Increased possibility of positive news about the workforce in the late afternoon.
MAY 21, 2015 (TH): Strong mixed influence; market may possibly go up (55%). The up influence is the strongest in the early morning and will likely be related to the news about the US economy that come out right before the open or at the open. The focus of the news may be on stability of the US banks, amount of savings they have, food production, farming, and real-estate; homeland security could be in focus as well. The news will probably be mixed, with a greater probability compared to the 19th of reports about some resistance to changes or perceived pressures from the government. There may be a strong [and potentially negative] emotional response to the perceived negative impact of such pressures on savings and/or business stability.
This could be a reversal day with the market going up on the 21st and reversing to down during the day, or, reversing to down on the 22nd. There also remains a fair probability that the market will go down all day today — this would especially be the case if the move on Wed was a very strong up move.
MAY 22, 2015 (FR): Strong influence; market may possibly go down (65-70%). Increased probability of negative news about guns and/or mechanical parts of cars, vehicles, etc., likely in relationship to retail, schools, and/or travel — the news will likely focus on restrictions, accidents, and analysis of whether something is too old/broken and needs to be ended/discarded. Some new information could be revealed today that sheds the light on “what’s wrong” and what needs to be fixed or let go of. The overall mood will likely be more practical and realistic, if not downright gloomy. Additionally, there is a greater than usual possibility of stressful news about transportation/communication industries, and retail sales, as well as of travel delays and even minor earthquakes.