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posted on Nov, 28 2008 @ 09:56 PM
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Help me figure out the order in which our market industries collapse. I want to visualize in my head how the dominoes are falling.

Updated list

  1. Financials (Real Estate, Banks, Insurance, Financial Services)
  2. Consumer Services (Retail, Media, Travel & Leisure)
  3. Industrials (Construction & Materials, Industrial Goods & Services)
  4. Telecommunications (Fixed Line, Mobile)
  5. Technology (Software & Computer Services, Technology Hardware & Equipment)
  6. Utilities (Electricity, Gas/Water/Multi-utilities)
  7. Consumer Goods (Automobiles & Parts, Personal & Household Goods)
  8. Health Care (Health Care Equipment & Services, Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology)
  9. Oil & Gas (Oil & Gas Producers, Oil Equipment/Services & Distribution, Alternative Energy)
  10. Basic Materials (Chemicals, Basic Resources)

Top Ten Industries from MarketWatch: www.marketwatch.com...

After these I believe will fail basic state and local government services.

I'm arguing in my head whether to visualize dominoes falling, or as a heavy pressure that rolls across these industry pillars, since some future sectors are affected before previously affected sectors are completely in distress.


[edit on 29-11-2008 by Dbriefed]




posted on Nov, 29 2008 @ 12:28 AM
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Never mind, I figured it out from the peaks...

Financials (DJI: ^DJUSFN peak 209 - Feb 16, 2007)

Consumer Services (DJI: ^DJUSCY peak - 360 Jul 6, 2007)

Industrials (DJI: ^DJUSIN peak 373 - Oct 5, 2007)

Telecommunications (DJI: ^DJUSTL peak 195 - Oct 5, 2007)

Technology (DJI: ^DJUSTC peak 695 - Oct 12, 2007)

Utilities (DJI: ^DJUSUT peak 211 - Dec 7, 2007)

Consumer Goods (DJI: ^DJUSNC peak 332 - Dec 7, 2007)

Health Care (DJI: ^DJUSHC peak 367 - Jan 11, 2008)

Oil & Gas (DJI: ^DJUSEN peak 775 - May 19, 2008)

Basic Materials (DJI:^DJUSBM peak 357 - June 18, 2008)



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