A lot of subscribers benefited from the first part of the Aaron Brickman interview, so please do enjoy the second part. Mr. Brickman is a very unique money aficionado. The man is a dedicated and true follower of Yahuah who has an uncanny ability to accurately call money positions. He reliably anticipates the most important outcomes of different types of investment.
As a result, he is certainly qualified to make the assertions that he makes in this video, part two of the Aaron Brickman interview.
Do listen closely.
This is Part II – please listen/watch to Part I that aired Wednesday, August 1st, 2022. Part II summary below.
Using extensive analysis of historical indicators and pattern analysis, Mr. Brickman stated that he expected the market to close at $29,500 (at the time, it was trading and closed well over $33,000 on Friday, September 23, 2022. Per CNBC reporting on that date:
Dow drops nearly 500 points to close at new low for 2022 on rising recession fears
“Stocks tumbled on Friday to cap a brutal week for financial markets as surging interest rates and foreign currency turmoil heightened fears of a global recession.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 486.27 points, or 1.62%, to $29,590.41.“
Now, Aaron Brickman returns for an intense discussion about what we might expect next, including “13 days of misery during the 13 trading days between October 5 and October 21, 2022. Expect a crash that might rival the crash of 1929 – and worse.” Yet, and most importantly, there WILL BE GOOD to arise from this for God-fearing, bible-believing Christians.
If you are looking for a fast-paced, fast-talking, sales-pitchy type of slick presentation with confusing numbers, charts, graphs and economic doublespeak, THIS EPISODE IS NOT FOR YOU. However, if you want to explore and deeply consider the roots of evil and God’s timing and His hand in what is about to take place, this is an extremely important intellectual discussion offered for your consideration.
Part II: Within one hour of the crash in 1907, bankers and traders were hung from lamp posts in New York. Of course, that’s when men were men (sans pink hair and pronouns) and your word was your bond. IF the market loses half it’s current value in mid-October, “things” will look much different than they do today. Society – and people’s lives will change forever. But, exactly how? Ultimately, perhaps not in the manner you might expect.