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Kenton-Dau says Risk Level Orange for comet activity means financial crisis may be on its way

Monday, September 23, 2013

Beverly Chandler, Opalesque London:

We are sitting at risk level Orange in terms of a likely tail risk event, says Branton Kenton-Dau, Principal of Kenton-Dau’s Tail Event Warning system. He asks: "Is the trigger for the next financial crisis a comet that is at this moment hurtling towards the sun at 70,000 kilometres an hour?" Surprising as it may seem, Kenton-Dau believes that spectacular comets events coincided with both the 2000 Tech-Wreck Crash and the 2008 Financial Crisis.

"Comets can impact the markets because in both cases we are dealing with electrical systems" says Kenton-Dau. Earlier in the year Kenton-Dau formulated a set of equations to enable investors to trade a market's electrical components. He says that the system is currently being evaluated by leading institutional and private investors in the Australasia region.

"Most of the 250 periodic comets, 280 non-periodic comets and 120 comet-like asteroids currently being tracked by astronomers have no impact on the markets," says Kenton-Dau. "What we are looking for is a combination of events to take place in space that creates a Molotov cocktail in space the consequences of which we experience as a financial crisis."

His theory believes that the first of these two conditions is timing. During its 11 or so year cycle the sun passes through periods of maximum and minimum electrical output. These, a......................

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