The following video is an “infomercial”–a “commercial”. It’s commercial nature causes me to distrust it. Even so, it offers an interesting approach to timing markets based on Biblical “cycles”. Although it’s an “info-mercial” there’s a lot more “info” than “mercial”. You might learn something from this video.
Again, I don’t necessarily trust this system of timing markets. Why?
First, because, in regard to End Times, I understand the Bible to declare that no man knows the precise date. This video isn’t telling us the exact date for End Times to begin or for the Messiah’s return. Still, I am habitually wary of anyone who claims to have read the Bible to reveal an “exact date” that anything will happen in End Times.
Second, because, as I hear this video for the first time, the timing is based on cycles of various lengths (which is not necessarily unreasonable)–but the choice of the day on which those cycles begin seem to me to be somewhat arbitrary.
Yes, whichever date is being used to start a relatively recent cycle corresponds with some fact of apparent Biblical significance. But the problem is that you can find something that’s Biblically “significant” on lots of days. That gives the person making these calculations a lot of leeway in terms of choosing cycle-start days. That leeway casts some doubt on whether the cycle start-date truly reflects Biblical “prophecy” or human contrivance.
Similarly,the cycle end-dates are potentially suspicious in that no matter what cycle end-date is prophesied (or selected), something “important” happened that date. For example, as I heard this video, most of the video is directed to using the cycle start- and end-days to determine when US stock markets (and perhaps the gold markets) will begin to go up or down. Nevertheless, the Biblical start- and/or end-dates of the relevant cycles can relate to events in Israel. That’s not necessarily wrong.
Still, it seems to me that if we’re going to apply cycle-based predictions to US markets, the cycle start- and end-dates might be more convincing if they were all found in the context of the US events rather than those of Israel.
I’m not saying that this use of alleged Bible-based cycles is right or wrong. I am saying that it’s not yet totally convincing–at least not for me.
But. The authors claim to have made some persistently remarkable investment predictions by using their system. If their claims are legitimate, there’s something here that’s worth considering.
More, the authors’ proposed system of several, Bible-based cycles is interesting. I haven’t heard this one before. Maybe it’s right, maybe it’s wrong. Maybe it’s 70% and 30% wrong. But it’s news (to me), therefore interesting (to me) and might therefore also be worth your consideration.
Incidentally, I’m not associated with this infomercial’s promoters. I don’t know anything about him/them. I make no recommendation as to whether you should pay to subscribe to their product or leave it along. I don’t stand to profit or lose based on your decision. All I’m saying is that this “system” strikes me as “interesting”. Other than that, caveat emptor.