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Solving the Tuesday Mystery

Sunday, December 13, 2015
Money and Markets
Solving the Tuesday Mystery
by Larry Edelson

Dear ,

Larry Edelson

For several days now, I’ve been writing you about a powerful convergence that’s suddenly showing up in my cycles charts.

For weeks now, the cycles charts I follow in Supercycle Trader have shown fairly orderly patterns for a rolling series of coming bottoms in commodities.

Gold even bottomed with in a day of the latest date of the cyclical time window on December 3rd.

But then suddenly, gold started also showing a key date of “December 15.” And then suddenly, a couple of days ago, that same date mysteriously began appearing in nearly ALL of the key markets I follow:

Suddenly, my cycles charts ALSO identified December 15 as a key turning point for silver, platinum and palladium ...

... They began signaling that December 15 would also be a key date for major currencies: The U.S. dollar, the euro, the Japanese yen and the Australian dollar ...

... And they’re ALSO saying next Tuesday, the 15th, is the key date for the U.S. stock market.

Almost immediately, readers began pelting me with emails asking, “What is it? What is this big event that’s going to create pandemonium on the markets next week?”

“What’s going to happen on Tuesday?”

Frankly, I don’t know.

Cycles research is excellent at telling us WHEN something big is going to happen. It can never tell us exactly WHAT is going to happen.

It is fascinating, though that the cycles charts came up with the date, Tuesday, December 15 organically, with no help from me.

It is also interesting that the Fed’s Open Market Committee begins its meetings on Tuesday and is slated to make an announcement on interest rates on Wednesday.

If it raises rates as many analysts expect, it will be the first rate hike since June of 2006 — the first in nine long years.

Could that trigger extreme volatility in the markets?

I also can’t help but notice that the U.S. Senate has just extended negotiations on a bill to keep the government open into next week.

Could we be staring down the barrel of a government shutdown?

There was news this morning that Third Avenue Management — a big junk bond fund — is no longer allowing investors to withdraw their money. It’s the biggest failure in the mutual fund industry since 2008.

Could this be the beginning of a massive bond market crash as the enormous bubble in debt instruments finally bursts?

The answer, of course, is that nobody knows.

But I am constantly amazed at the ability of these cycles to identify major inflection points in the economy and the markets well in advance ...

And the fact that all these potential crises are brewing now ... and likely to come to a head next week — around Tuesday December 15 — is truly amazing.

If you’re a member of my Supercycle Trader, be sure to expect urgent investment recommendations next week as I monitor this crisis.

If not, this would be an excellent time to consider joining; while there’s still time to make sure you’re ready for whatever comes.

Best Wishes,

Larry Edelson

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