The stock market, regardless of border and boundaries, could be a hard thing to make predictions about. If I were to talk about it, I’d be writing stuff with respect to my own judgment. It’s just one man’s casual rant about things that may or may not happen inside the stock market in the near future. So being a U.S. native, I was compelled to write something about things that worry me. Let’s see what’s going on in there…

stock market is not showing promising signs of growth these days

First of all, we all know that Egypt is causing a lot of upheaval in the highs and lows of the world economy. Depending on the government’s change and plan of action, the stocks in the U.S. can move to a higher point. Know this that at the time of this post, Hosni Mubarak has stepped down. As a result, Stocks just went through a huge wave of relief.

What did this relief result in? If you might ask, Hosni’s decision to step down encouraged investors to push new life into the stock market. They are no certain that with the change of the government, other things will also be affected…

Meanwhile, Dow Jones, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and such other companies are experiencing a rocky ride. Some folks are partying, while others are lamenting their losses that couldn’t turn into a profitable venture. If you’ve been connected to the business industry at a bigger level, you’ll know that there’s a Domino effect. One thing rises, others also rise; one thing gets affected, the remainder also topples down.

Speaking of toppling, India and China experienced a failure when trying to reach with high inflation rate. India, in particular, witnessed the fall of its dearly beloved Sensex Index by another 14.9%, which is literally like a “Holy Sh*t” situation for a lot of people over there.

And deep down inside the U.S. native soil, the employment market doesn’t sound and feel good at all. Ben Bernanke thinks that the job market is not cool these days, so he is refraining from increasing rates.

Here’s an important question: What does the near future hold for the economy? From the looks of it, I think that we’ve already gone through the worst of the worst situations. I mean, how bad could economy get? I’m willing to bet $10 on the fact that things will get better from this point onwards. Let’s see how it all turns out…