Euro 2011: the “game” was done in 1st Quarter but deep in the 4th the lights are going out!

Risk rating on internet

The following graphic represents our [Ontonix] rating of the entire European Union (comprising 27 countries, each described via 24 macro-economic parameters) and which we analyse every quarter (results from Q1 2011 analysis). For a more in depth analysis of feedback loops within networks the full article can be found here:

Reality is Made of Loops But All We See Is Straight Lines

A 1 star rating, in a 5 star stratification, tells anyone, pretty well, all they would need to know about the subject being rated!

Unlike the Rating Agencies our rating does not come in the form of an, over-priced, “opinion” that, on the bases of numerous failures in the recent past, are worth very little: if you received such inaccurate opinions from a Doctor or Surgeon they would have been the subject of numerous Medical Malpractice lawsuits and be struck off long before now. Their incompetence would tend to affect only one person at a time NOT tens of millions over generations!!!

imageOntonix rating is 100% objective and quantitative, based upon data relating to the “system” being observed. It is a World first and rigorously tested to be applied in a wide range of “high risk” environments including Healthcare, Aerospace, Automotive safety, Air Traffic control, Computer Aided Design & Engineering.

However, what I really wanted to illustrate with this first graphic, are the “predictive” capabilities of our technology. In recent weeks Italy have followed Portugal, Greece and Ireland into the, unwanted market spotlight but, IF we (they)knew then what we know now, how much misery could have been saved?

If you are a “doubter” you may think that, in the current, turbulent, economic climate, we may have just “got lucky”. You are entitled to your opinion…so long as you don’t want to charge me $100K for the privilege! SO if you follow this link you can see how we got on with our analysis of the US Housing market pre-crash: Crisis Anticipation


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