Futures magazine, a publication which focuses on upcoming prospective prophesies which may be looming, has released a perfect specimen of an article.
I'll completely ignore the content, which is a mass of technical terminology which makes as much sense to a layman as listening to one side of a phone conversation in which a professional plumber orders parts for a industrial job, and I concentrate instead on the tantalizing title "Stock market drama may be close to resolution point" and the amazing conclusion.
What is amazing about the conclusion of course is that it doesn't seem to determine anything. It contains two paragraphs, connected with a "Perhaps, Or ...". According to the article the market will go up... or it won't.
In mathematics (logic) there is something called a tautology; a statement which is always true, no matter what are the variables (e.g. It will either rain tomorrow, or it will not rain tomorrow.) Technically speaking this is a prediction that will be correct no matter what the market will actually do, but I don't intend to record it. Just observe that this species exists.