This morning, I saw a flash vision of a trading screen showing a green 99.31 with a quote written below, “a horrible decline.”
That seemed to be a contradiction because I understand green to mean profits while red means losses, yet this green number was identified as a decline. I was not shown what was declining, so my comments below are only sharing my interpretation, which could be wrong.
I only considered items in my current portfolio because that is what God has spoken to me about in the past. I then reviewed all of my positions and found only one could possibly fit this description, FXE, which is an ETF tracking the EUR/USD currency pair. It was trading at 108.31 this morning, so a decline to 99.31 would mean the euro would decline by 9 cents against the dollar. The euro dropped almost 5 cents on Friday June 24, after the news of the Brexit vote, but recovered by 2 cents since then, so the net change was a 3 cent drop.
Previously, the only currency pair God has ever spoken to me about was the U.S. dollar against the Swiss franc, USD/CHF, but the green 99.31 does not fit USD/CHF because the ETF tracking that pair (FXF) is already below 99.31, currently at 98.3, so this vision only makes sense for FXE.
If the green 99.31 applies to the euro, that would be a confirmation of the final part of my recent tree climbing dream. After hearing an announcement in a European town, I walked up a hill into a park and then climbed a tall tree. As an American citizen in a European town, I believe my upward movements represent the dollar gaining strength against the euro. Last week’s 5 cent drop in the euro would be my walk up the small hill. Another 9 cent drop in the euro would be my climb up the tall tree. The tree was taller than the hill, so it makes sense that the next move would be larger than 5 cents.
There were no dates shown in today’s vision, but in my tree climbing dream, my two upward movements seemed to happen very fast and very close together. One hour after I saw the vision this morning, the euro dropped 8 tenths of a cent against the dollar. That could be a coincidence or it could be the start of the 9 cent decline. EUR/USD started the day at $1.11, so a 9 cent drop would put it at $1.02.
I believe the reason why I saw the words, “a horrible decline,” was because that is how it will be reported in the news media. I saw the words in quotations and all lower case, as if it was a clip from a news report. For the euro, it will be a horrible decline, but for my account it will be profitable because I already own FXE put options, which is why the number was green.
I believe the euro will eventually lose more than 9 cents against the dollar, but what I saw today gives me more insights into the meaning of my tree climbing dream. I am expecting to see more declines in the euro after this drop.
The Brexit vote caused big swings in currency values, especially for the British pound. Big swings mean big profits for some and big losses for others, so it is possible large losses have already been incurred by large investors, but have yet to be reported in the news. That kind of news could cause the euro to drop further very fast.
In addition to my tree climbing dream, I believe today’s vision also confirms the continued strengthening in the dollar, which I have seen in other dreams as listed below:
- In December 2015, I received a dream in which I saw the price of USD/CHF moving up to 1.35.
- In February 2016, I received a dream about a karate fight. In the final scene, the USD fighter won a victory against the CHF fighter.
- On May 22 2016, I received a dream revealing a big drop coming in silver prices, which appears to be a confirmation of a stronger dollar coming soon.
- On July 7 2014, I received a market crash dream in which representatives from the United States took a stand and refused to sit back down. I believe they represented the U.S. dollar standing strong above other currencies before eventually getting knocked down.
As always, these insights are offered only as a starting point for prayerful consideration and not as a recommendation for investing.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is an author, business owner, husband and father of two children. His vision is to broadcast the good news of Jesus Christ through blog sites and other media outlets.
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