JULY 6, 2015 (MON): Medium-strong influence; market may possibly go down (65-70%). Increased possibility of mildly violent protests to oppose perceived controlling and manipulative behavior of governments or large corporations.
July 6-8: Increased news about oil, water (navy), and healthcare/pharmaceuticals are also possible — likely along the lines of successful actions to expand/connect/include more entities or some sort of assimilation/merge going well. For ex., that water or oil are abundant and spill/flow to cover more area than before, some drug was easily approved (esp. related to motherhood and/or digestion), navy exercises or transportation of weapons or cars/engines over water went well, etc. Finally, there is an increased possibility that some entity (e.g., a bank) will be deceptive or vague about the savings — the entity may be unclear about what it intends to do about the savings (esp. how it will protect them), but it will receive support/won’t be challenged, because it is able to promise a beautiful dream or provide such a confusing explanation that will make it difficult to ask specific questions.
USA: Banks/financial institutions may be in focus more than usual — likely, there will be concerns related to stability and/or if they are able to cope with new/upcoming governmental regulations. This influence is a highlight for this week, but is a part of the ongoing slower-unfolding aspect that symbolizes major transformation of the financial system (due to controls/pressure from the government or large corporations) and will be around for months.
July – August, 2015 & April – May, 2016: For US military (esp. airspace), entertainment industry, and entities related to speculation/gambling (incl. stock market), this should be a good time for innovation, new initiatives, and technological improvement (e.g., new data centers; AI programs; super-fast communication lines; new airplanes; space rockets; electric supplies; movies about pilots, robots, or computer hackers; etc.). This influence will be felt slightly in Jul-Aug of this year (activities may be in the preparatory mode, possibly triggered by the feeling of vulnerability in those areas) and will be even stronger next Apr-May, when we may hear about these activities bearing fruit.
JULY 7, 2015 (TUE): Medium-strong influence; market may possibly go down (65%). Likely, a day of unfruitful talks where parties can’t find common language or can’t agree. The parties will not be so much at odds with each other as simply thinking/talking about different issues (“apples vs. oranges”).
JULY 8, 2015 (WED): Strong influence; market may possibly go down (55%). This could be a reversal day. If the market was going down strongly on Mon-Tue, we can have a MIN/BOTTOM either on Tue or Wed morning, with the market reversing to up in the afternoon. Alternatively, if Mon-Tue didn’t register very heavy losses, we can have a significant down move today.
JULY 9, 2015 (TH): Medium-strong influence; market may possibly go up (55%). As mentioned in yesterday’s post about Greece, there may be active negotiations there, but globally today may be a relatively more positive day. Concerns about the shortage of money (liquidity? savings? etc.) may grow starting late this afternoon, but early Thur. things may be relatively ok (a temporary short break before worries intensify).
July 9-10: Growing concerns about money shortages or financial restrictions. Concerns about these same issues will escalate over the weekend, July 11-12. As mentioned in the last week’s predictors, Monday, the 13th [hehe] looks like it will be pretty rough.
JULY 10, 2015 (FR): Medium-strong influence; market may possibly go down (60-65%). The down influence is stronger in the afternoon, likely because of the worries about money shortages or restrictions.
July 10-13: Greece will likely be a major focus of the news over the weekend and there may be some protests over the weekend into Monday. Increased likelihood of accidents (esp. in the mines or related to power plants), protests, clashes, terror acts, and earthquakes.
USA: Banks/financial institutions may be in focus more than usual and even more so than on Monday. There may be some bad news or anger — for ex., over governmental regulations and/or increased pressure on the banks (likely related to savings, like regulations of withdrawals, protection of savings, etc.). The issue may also have something to do with the real-estate, like mortgage rates — an action may be taken in response to governmental regulations that will upset financial institutions.