Monday, September 7, 2015

August Daily Chronology of Global Markets and World Economics 2015-08 is Available from Amazon; China Stock Market Crash, Yuan Devaluation, Global Stock Selloff and Other Events such as the Migrant Crisis are Explained

The August publication of the Daily Chronology of Global Markets and World Economics 2015-08 is available through Amazon (AMZN). The month of August is epic where global markets, led by a crash in Chinese stocks, fall down the rabbit hole finally receiving a -10% correction for the major indexes. Many stocks are down between -10% and -40% off their tops. The chronology explains the exciting daily events around the market collapse and the events that led up to the big selloff in the stock market. No other publication exists that describes the market top and rollover like the chronology.

The chronology records economic history in real time preventing revisionist tampering in future years. Many of the same asset managers telling everyone to go long the market in 2007-2008 are repeating the same mantra these days. Most managers are maintaining SPX targets this year at 2200, 2300 and higher even after the stock market selloff. Their quotes and words are recorded. Perhaps they are correct with their market cheer leading; perhaps they are not.  If a multi-year top has printed, the chronology serves as the most accurate accounting of the stock market topping process. The chronology is the most reliable and easy to understand source explaining global markets.

As always, all monthly publications of the Daily Chronology of Global Markets and World Economics are available from the links in the left margin or simply searching on Amazon. The monthly publication contains updated information not posted on the Keystone the Scribe web site as well as clarifications and refinements to the daily blog text.

We are living through historic stock market and economic times. The daily chronology is the most accurate accounting on how the recent stock market top formed in real-time. The monthly publications are compatible with most electronic devices and include an extensive Business Acronym List and Ticker Symbol List. The Acronym List is the most comprehensive business-related acronym list available on the internet. The chronology is not available in hard copy and only distributed around the world electronically. Proceeds aid the KE Stone series of blogs.

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