The 4 Scariest Charts in the World
Motley Fool Staff
11:30 a.m. EDT -- Technically, the world didn't come to an end on Dec. 21, 2012, as expert Mayan astronomers supposedly forecast.
For that we are thankful.
But we've received a large number of thoughtful emails from those of you who found it "interesting" that we're looking at a potential market apocalypse just months after top-talent ancient Mayans predicted the end of time.
Sumarian carvings PROVE that Rogue planet X -- Nibiru -- will pass within 0.1 AU of the Earth, contributing to a dramatic Magnetic Realignment on the Earth. This is confirmed by photographs on the Internet.
… coumpounded by Gravitational Effects from the alignment of the planets and THE SUN's alinement with the Milkey Way's Supermassive Black Hole …
Isn't it interesting that all this all WIL HAPPEN right when your Charts show a Sumo Bubble collapsing? What else aren't they telling us????
Let us take these claims one at a time:
- The hypothetical Earth-sized planet would already be visible from the Earth through any pair of common binoculars.
- The planets in our solar system line up from time to time with no ill effects.
- There is no special alignment with the black hole at the center of the galaxy, nor would an alignment affect us at a distance of 25,000 to 28,000 light years.
- There is no corroboration from Mayan sources that the 13th of b'at'tun marks the end of time.
Here we feel obliged to offer a brief public service announcement: Superstition has no place in trading.
Making money in the market requires us to be level-headed. That's why our elite team of advanced chartologists examines cold, hard, objective facts.
Now let's go to the charts.