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Predictions, Take Them For What They're Worth

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Want to Know the Furture? Good Luck!

As March Madness begins, my bracket is filled, my guesses made, and my reputation staked. Now we’ll see what the future holds for all those hopeful young NCAA players, as my choices fall or climb and my bracket sheet tanks or soars.

Nobody knows the future, but we all try to guess. Just like the commodities market writers are doing this morning in the wake of tremendous corrections and a possible turn of investor focus.

I have already read some very interesting comments on the precious metals and other commodity markets this morning and I’m sure more are to follow as the week rounds down. Some analysts are thinking this is a much needed correction, a few are thinking they have seen the peak of the precious metals market and the bull run has passed. At Bloomberg, the word is that gold and oil will continue to drop for the next six or so weeks. Those in other commoditiy fields have their own opinions, which can very useful in providing us with a broader perspective.

The point is, no matter how much you read, no matter what you know, in a market with so many factors, you will never be able to predict the future, but human nature will never allow you to stop trying and that is a good thing.  

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One Response to Predictions, Take Them For What They're Worth

  1. Koichi Ito says:

    To Predict the future, just ask Nortradamus for answer! Nortradamus knows about future very well, so you should read his prediction book or watch video or movie.

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