*** DJIA Futures -275 point; 11.715 (12.00 WIB)
Nikkei 225 Could Plunge to as Low as 7,000: Chartist
The Japanese earthquake, tsunami and nuclear plant problems have inflicted a massive human toll. The effects will continue in the Japanese market for months and years to come. At the time of the Kobe earthquake in 1995 the Nikkei was in a much strong position than it was in 2011, prior to the current earthquake.
Giant Full Moon Coming—Danger for Stocks?
What happens when a bull market meets a bad moon rising? We’ll find out this month.