JULY 13, 2015 (MON): Very strong influence; market may possibly go down (75%). Serious concerns about money shortages or financial restrictions. Increased possibility of violent protests and clashes over opposition to perceived controlling and manipulative behavior of governments or large corporations. Also, increased probability of accidents or arguments related to mines, power plants (esp. nuclear), militarized groups, and weapons; as well as arsons/fires, terror acts, explosions, and earthquakes.
USA: July 13-15 — Increased likelihood of upsetting events, accidents, fires, or military engagements related to international entities. There may also be a ruling or a law passed that affects a military-related issue (e.g., weapons) or entity. The actions or the ruling may be seen as a defensive step (as when one attacks first to prevent being attacked).
USA: July 13-17 — Banks/financial institutions will likely be in focus more than usual, especially on Thursday. Strong possibility of some bad news or anger over governmental regulations putting pressure on the banks. The pressure or upsetting events will likely be related to the regulations of withdrawals, protection of savings, limitations on the banks’ ability to accumulate cash, 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.
USA: July 13-17 — The entire week, esp. Mon, there is an increased possibility of disruptions in electric supply, data transfers, and/or IT operations. These may affect banks, institutions responsible for protecting the savings, food companies, farmers/growers, airspace-related entities, electric car businesses, and/or entities responsible for ensuring domestic security. Concerns about these issues will likely linger through September, with an escalation around July 24-26, and will see another period of increased attention in late March-early April of 2016.
JULY 14, 2015 (TUE): Strong influence; market may possibly go down (65%). Violent protests will continue and escalate through July 15-16. The likelihood of earthquakes, accidents (esp. in the mines or nuclear plants), attacks, etc. will remain high as well. Compared to Monday, concerns about money shortages may lessen slightly in the afternoon, but will persist through about the 17th.
JULY 15, 2015 (WED): Strong influence; market may possibly go down (65%). A “fight” day. Violent protests, accidents, etc. may peak — lots of opposition to perceived governmental oppression or to [financial or any other] controls/restrictions imposed by the government or large corporate entities. Very bad time for any talks (about peace, banking, security, etc.) — the parties will absolutely NOT agree and may even result to name-calling or worse, violence. Drive carefully, avoid road rage, think before you speak, etc. 🙂
For Greece, likely an important day (as will be the 13th-14th) for determining relationships/agreements with other countries. Some agreement will likely be passionately discussed. The agreement/contract may be signed today, but not without a fight. Most likely, one side will have to lose badly for the agreement to take place at all — this will not be a compromise or a nicely balanced deal.
JULY 16, 2015 (TH): Medium-strong influence; market may possibly go up (55%). Some fighting may continue, but will lessen compared to Wed. The up prediction is mainly due to lessening tensions and lessening worries about the availability of money compared to Mon-Wed than an expectation of positive news.
USA: July 16-17 — some agreement may be signed that will beneficially affect US standing in the world and/or there may be an announcement about the taxes, insurance rates, loan rates, money-lending institutions, mines, and/or nuclear plants.
JULY 17, 2015 (FR): Medium-strong influence; market may possibly go down (55%). Lingering concerns about financial restrictions, but the fighting/protests should be under control by now or a lot less intense.
July 24-26 may see increased focus on and negative news about businesses in the following areas: electric supply, data transfer, IT operations, telecoms, electric cars, and airspace.
Aug 3-6 — looks like a very important week. In the first half, there may be increased optimism/hope about the availability of money or some improvements that facilitate income growth. In the second half, esp. on the 5th-6th, there may be increased/resumed concerns about the money availability, shortages of cash, inadequate savings, and financial restrictions of all sorts. Additionally, the 5th looks stressful for the US — potentially affected areas include banks/financial institutions, healthcare/elderly care, medications/epidemics/vaccines, accidents/protests, and nuclear-related issues.