Back on September 15th, I offered up a “dead cat bounce” long idea in the form of battered company Equifax. I wrote, “My opinion is that the company has really screwed the pooch on this one, but maybe, just maybe, it’ll find some temporary support around $90 or so, as I’ve drawn here:” So far, that seems to be the case, up about 20% in just a few weeks:
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That which hath been is now; and that which is to be hath already been; and God requireth that which is past. – Ecclesiastes 3:15
I was mulling over for something to write about, and my eyes landed on the spine of the book The Fourth Turning, which is included in Slope’s Recommended Reading list. As I started thumbing through the book (already copiously highlighted by me), I wondered if I had already written on Slope about it. It turns out, yep, I did so twice – – first in August 2012, and second a couple of years after that. Hey, with over 20,000 posts on Slope, I’m entitled to forget.
If you’re interested in the book, I’d suggest checking out those two prior posts, but I’ll just say in brief that the book (written in 1997) contends that a “millennial crisis” will start in 2005, plus or minus a few years, and will last about twenty-five years from then. I daresay the authors would now agree that the 9/11 attacks constitute the “event” kicking off this fourth wave. As I’ve mentioned, the moment I saw the second plane hit, the first words out of my mouth to my wife were, “This changes everything.” Now, sixteen years later, I’d say that was true. (more…)