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Monthly Prediction for July 2000
Date Posted: July, 1st 2000
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    Comments for June predictions (For those who are interested in following up the June predictions against the actual events): 

    The following were the expectations from planetary influence for the month of June

    The month of June, particularly during the first half of June, is going to be predominantly influenced by Jupiter-Saturn conjunction. As a result, expect tensions rising between liberals and conservatives, young and old, new and old in almost all areas, and all around the world. The countries that are more likely to be affected would be Russia, China, and Europe. In addition, controversial religious issues are more likely to gain momentum during this month.

    ·        United States: The month of June is going to be filled with brisk activities, especially in the political and economical fields. In politics, issues that going to shape November elections will start gaining momentum with lot of controversies. In social field, tension between the young and old generation is likely to stay at an alarming rate. June 1 through 10 period is likely to be reasonably favorable for the Clinton administration from politics standpoint. However, on a personal level, Mr. Clinton may want to take it easy for a while, especially during the second half of the month.

      The Republic party is likely to face some real challenges even with in republicans. But overall, the party is likely to come together, and do fine during the later half of the month.

    ·        Russia:   The month, in general, doesn’t look too bad for Russia. June 1 through June 5 period seems very favorable. June 8 through June 26 expect some sort of crisis situations, but somehow, the country is likely to come out of it stronger with positive reforms.

    ·        China, Hong Kong, and Pacific-rim countries: Except for the period of June 1 –2, and June 4 – 8 (mostly the first week), the month of June is likely to prove to be the month of crisis, especially in economical and political areas. Wouldn’t be surprised to see tensions escalating to very high level between China and Taiwan. The last week (June 21 – June 29) is likely to bring some disastrous results in the region.

    ·        Europe:  In general, Europe is likely to have the least problems in the economical and political areas compared to other continents. Good period begins on June 3 and continues through June 14, and then again June 25 through June 30.

    ·        Religion:  The periods of June 1- 2 and June 18-21 are likely to see some positive activities in the religious world. However, in my opinion, religious controversies are likely intensify during this month, especially in the second and fourth week.

    ·        Natural Calamities:  The likelihood for natural calamities to occur in the pacific-rim region, China, Hong Kong, and Russia is more than other regions of the world. The likelihood of that happening is from June 8 to June 25. These natural calamities may include extreme weather conditions, droughts, thunderstorms, earthquakes, fires, and natural accidents.

    During the month of June I was away for most of the time and did not keep up with the news around the world.  I remember earthquake in Japan (June 8), and in Indonesia.  I would very much like some one volunteering for providing his (or her) comments.  Thank you

    ·        World financial markets

    Financial markets around the world are likely to experience usual volatility, but not as extreme as we had in May, with mostly mixed tone. The volatility will remain very high during June 1 through June 10.

    June 01, 10-12 and 22-25: Likely to be very bearish.

    June 02-04, 05-07 and 30: are likely to be bullish.

    June 03, 08-10, 13-21, 26-29: Likely to be mixed. 

    June 08 through 25: likely to prove bearish and very volatile for Russia, China, Hong Kong, and Pacific-rim countries.

I didn’t quite exactly follow the world financial markets.  But based on what I heard and read, it seems like the above predictions pretty much follow the markets around the world with an exception of a day or so.

    Your comments, questions (feedback) are welcome!

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