Mark of The Beast .. in Reverse?

If you’ve received the mark, you may not buy or sell.

That’s a twist.

In what may become a common theme, at least one business owner’s refusing to serve (as is his right) those who have received ‘speck’ protection.

The interview, linked here, shows he’s wide awake and has done his own research.

Those injected are a threat to the rest of us.

Whether or not we’re in the times of the mark (and whether the speck protection is the mark) is of course, debatable.

However, with even a cursory look around, we can see the great deception and the great falling away.

Personally, I presented years ago to family members, that ‘the church’ has become so corrupt, when the time comes, they’ll be the ones distributing the mark.

Does this link prove the point?

Or, how about this link … or, this one … or, this one.

“So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.”

Revelation 3:16

There’s literally going to be hell to pay for those complicit in this evil.

In a very small way, this site’s doing its part to separate from the complicit; find and walk the narrow path; get the word out.

Back to biotech: Technical and fundamental:


Obviously, the case against biotech continues to build.

There’s now a site that’s been created to track and document speck related information.

Some of the doctors referenced yesterday (time stamp: 13:32), have started a database cataloguing adverse reactions. Nobody else is doing it. Certainly not big pharma.


As presented yesterday, this may be it for the upside in biotech.

LABD (3X inverse SPBIO) downside thrust energy has eroded significantly.

That’s in addition to the largest hourly upward thrust energy spike for LABD since before June 17th, of last year.

Project Stimulus:

Mentioned yesterday, the format of the updates are being changed.

In a cue taken from Dr. Elder about discussing open trades (i.e. not to), at this point, only closed trades will be discussed in the project.

By presenting specific (time, entry, stop, etc.) details on a market action and/or position, that in itself will affect the outcome.

Any engineers reading this will need no further explanation. For more info reference this link.

We’ll leave it with … there’s an open position in LABD. Detail of that position will be discussed when it’s closed.

Thank you,

Stay Tuned

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The 38.2%, Retrace

The last update contained the following statement:

“Such a shallow retrace is rare. More typical is at least a 38.2%, level being tested before price reverses and heads lower. “

Back in the days of my engineering work (see About), when making a statement or conclusion, other engineers (or science professionals) would immediately expect some kind of proof or supporting documentation.

It’s just the way their brains worked; it’s somewhat an implied (unspoken) requirement of the industry and a good thing as well.

A good engineering team (along with technicians) functioned more like a select military unit than a civilian office.

Very heady stuff; especially if you’re on a major project like aircraft flight test and certification.

So, after observing and working thirty-plus years of price action, the empirical observation of 38.2%, retrace being more common than 23.6%, had become my own mental note. Filed away with the other mental notes of price action.

That note’s easily supported … even on the fly as we’ll see below.

We have three charts of equities in the silver/gold mining sector that are currently all in a retrace.

Two of those went straight to 38.2%, while one of them hit 23.6%, first and then went on to 38.2%.

Agnico Eagle Mines (AEM) retraces to 38.2% and stalls.

Seabridge Gold (SA) retraces to 38.2% and stalls.

Wheaton Precious Metals (WPM) retraces first to 23.6%, and then moves on to 38.2% … and stalls.

Reading price action is partially an art-form and partially a science. The one thing that can’t (ever) be leap-frogged is experience.

Dr. Elder said it himself when he said ‘trading is an old man’s game’.

If you don’t have (but want) the experience, it’s best to get started now. Start racking up the hours … days … weeks and years.

Market Summary:

Steven Van Meter in this update (time stamp 1:39) shows the Rydex Bull/Bear ratio (courtesy of That indicator, along with what seems like everything else, is at a never before extreme.

Margin debt too, is literally off the charts.

To end on a more sober note, this link supports the prior statement about how many have received so-called ‘speck’ protection.

This video hints at what may be a likely outcome.

More from the source itself.

Stay Tuned

Note:  Posts on this site are for education purposes only.  They provide one firm’s insight on the markets.  Not investment advice.  See additional disclaimer here.