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World events that influence market patterns
Trends of real-world events can predict market behavior of the future.
Events-In-Time connects market behavior to external events so you can anticipate future market performance in certain sectors, regions or industries when something similar occurs again.
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Events-in-Time includes all types of events, some major, some minor beginning in 1 AD when Gaius Caesar made peace with the Parthians up to current events such as the political protests occurring in Chile, Bolivia, and Hong Kong. Using the Events-In-Time you can tell a story. What else happened during the Vietnam war, or during the 1970s oil crisis? Did groupings of events occur together over a given period of time? you can begin to see patterns in the events themselves and see movements in the individual equities influenced by these events.
What caused the Panic of 1837, the South Sea Bubble of 1720, or more current events such as the internet bubble of the 1990s or the housing bubble in 2008. The Events-In-Time tracks elections for all major countries, protests, rallies and political changes and many other events in financial and economic markets from around the world?
In addition to keyword searches, there are special sections on booms and recessions, bull and bear markets, leaders of different countries, financial crises and hundreds of other events.
Each event is classified by country, topic (war, assassination, natural disaster, election, etc.) and date. Users are able to search the past and understand the global changes that drove markets over the past two millennia. Search the data for any year or any country and you have history at your fingertips.
Events-in-Time will enable you to see patterns in how markets respond to external events. If you want to discover all of the financial panics that occurred in the past, type in the word “panic,” if you want to find out all the wars that happened in the past, type in “war.” These and hundreds of other events can be discovered through the Events-In-Time.
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