Monday, September 28, 2009

A strange correlation

I have been studying the Dow and some principle variable involved over the weekend. Here is a chart of the DJIA adjusted for inflation for the last several decades.



Here we can see my 2009 triathlon results. 0 = overall win, anything below that is a drop in 1 place.



It should be blindingly clear that the bull market of the 1960s topped out with my overall win at the Battle of Buckhorn Triathlon in June, 2009 (point 6).

Equally clearly, the famous stock market peak of 2007 DIRECTLY COINCIDES with my 3rd place at Lake Norman in August. The subsequent market crash is ALSO EQUALLY CLEARLY PREDICTED by my dismal performance at the Wilmington YMCA Triathlon in September, 2009 (point 9).


These are the facts, and these facts are INDISPUTABLE, since they have been published here on the internet.

I have one more triathlon left in 2009. It is this Saturday. If my analysis here is correct, a triathlon win this weekend should sustain a bull market rally through 2012. A loss predicts a stunning and swift downturn in the stock market. YOU SHOULD BASE ALL OF YOUR FUTURE STOCK MARKET DECISIONS ON THIS COMPLETELY REASONABLE AND LOGICAL ANALYSIS.

It is amazing how my one year of triathlon racing can predict 80 years of stock market inflation adjusted gains.

I CAPITALIZED CERTAIN THINGS SO YOU WOULD BE SURE TO UNDERSTAND IT WAS AN IMPORTANT POINT, DID YOU GET THAT PART?

1 Comments:

At September 29, 2009 7:26 AM , Blogger Tim Gautreau (NoleMonkey) said...

You need a hobby

 

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