Does The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Affect The Market?

On 7 October the war in Israel has started. They say it’s a war against Hamas, who attacked the Jewish territory. Everyone knows that the Middle East is very important region of the world. But how does the Israeli-Palestinian conflict affect the market? Let’s analyse!

Understanding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

We need to know some facts to properly understand the situation in the land of Israel. I want to clearly say that I’m not supporting any side of that war. I also want to say that supporting either side of this conflict is authorizing evil. And I’m going to tell you why. OK, let’s start!

The state of Israel was founded on 14 May 1948. Before that day it was so-called British Mandate of Palestine inhabited by Palestinians, and Jews who came over from other countries, mostly from Europe. But works for returning Jewish people to the land of Israel began much earlier, in 19th century by movement, called Zionism founded by Theodor Herzl.

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Theodor Herzl, Zionism

In 1884 Zionists gather in Katowice (Poland) to talk about their plan of creating an independent homeland for Jewish people, and to gather them from the world in that country. However, this land was inhabited by people who declare themselves as Palestinians, and they lived there over 800 years.

Zionism is a political movement, and what’s interesting, not everyone who is a member of the movement is a Jew. We have to go back to the end of 19th century, exactly to the 1889, when Baron Edmond James de Rothschild financed the establishment of local vineyards (Carmel Winery) and citrus plantations.

Israel Palestine, Baron Edmond James de Rothschild

Just five years after the Zionists meeting in Poland! And again that name: Rothschild! If you want to know more about the Rothschild family read my article Follow The Money where I describe the history of their family. It is not a secret that Rothschilds were sponsoring the Zionism movement and founding of the state of Israel!

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, map

Year by year, Israeli soldiers were displacing the local population, who had lived on that land for many generations, in order to build new settlements only for Jews. Palestinians were treated worse than animals. What’s worth mentioning, many Palestinians have Hebrew origins, but many Jews, are not even Semitic, but the come from Khazaria!

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Khazaria

The Zionism does not respect even religious Jews, who do not recognise the state of Israel as their homeland. Orthodox Jews believe that they will come back to the land of Israel once their messiah appears. That’s why they are pro-Palestinian. Looks like it’s not Israeli-Palestinian conflict but it’s a war launched by Zionists.

Normal Jews are indoctrinated by the government from the earliest years. That’s why they obey the government’s orders. Israel has the best secret intelligence in the world – Mossad. The Gaza Strip is surrounded by the huge wall with advanced technology that detects everything, even the cat walking along the wall.

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Mossad

How is it possible that the Mossad, IDF didn’t know that Hamas is preparing an attack against Israel? Why the technology didn’t work? And why Hamas was very prepared for that day? How the Hamas knew when to attack? Coincidence? I don’t think so!

It’s another psy-op to influence public opinion so that Zionists can divide societies and thus achieve their goals, i.e. weaken the economies of countries and even lead to a greater armed conflict. At the moment, Israeli army (IDF) is killing innocent civilians in Gaza Strip, where over half of the population are children!

How does the market react?

It’s not a secret that the Middle East is very important region in the world for the global economy. This is where deposits of many natural resources are located, especially oil and gas. Although there are no major deposits of these resources in Israel itself, the situation is different in neighboring countries.

At the moment we did not observe any significant price increases, only fluctuations on the chart. This is how the Brent Oil price looks like:

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Brent oil price chart

And Natural Gas:

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, natural gas price chart

However, since the situation is very uncertain, we cannot rule out sudden price increases in the near future. It is worth noting that some Muslim countries, to put it mildly, do not like Israel, which means that if a critical moment comes, they may join the game.

We are talking here about countries that have significant natural deposits, e.g. Iraq, Iran or Syria. These countries also have their allies, so it may be interesting. In that case it’s obvious that the price of oil and gas will go up!

However, as a driver, I noticed that petrol is more expensive now. In UK, where I live, I have to pay almost £1.60 per litre, and before 7 October I paid around 10 pence less than now!

Let’s take a look at the Gold!

What happened to the price of Gold is very interesting. Once the conflict in Israel has started, the golden is more and more expensive. Before 7 October its price was going down, but on that day the gold increases in value. What happened? There is no natural resources of Gold in Israel and Palestine, so why we have to pay more for this precious metal?

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, gold price chart

Gold, ever since it was discovered, has always appreciated in value, especially in times of crisis and war. It’s no different today. Regardless of whether we are talking about investment gold or ordinary jewelry, gold has always been desired by people, and the amount of this metal in possession has been an indicator of wealth.

Given the fact that the amount of gold is limited while its mining takes place continuously, it is obvious that its value must increase. This is a basic law of the market: when demand is always the same or is growing, and supply is getting smaller, we experience an increase in prices.

Another thing is that some countries, for example Russia or even Poland, are buying gold in large numbers, accumulating it in their reserves. And now look at these charts and focus on the historical records of the Gold value:

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, historical gold price

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, historical gold price

Have you seen that? That’s unbelievable! Compared to today, about 100 years ago gold was very cheap. Even 20 years ago we could buy much more of this precious metal than today! Someone may say: “it’s inflation, the value of money is falling, so it’s normal that gold is more expensive”. But are you sure?

As I mentioned a few paragraphs above, the amount of gold is limited, which means that the supply is constantly decreasing and the demand is increasing. There are currently approximately 8 billion people in the world, which also affects demand. Inflation only accelerates price increases that would have occurred anyway.

What influenced the increase in the price of gold since October 7 this year was primarily a psychological factor, which was also used by experienced traders investing in gold at that time. Every crisis increases the value of natural resources, and if we are dealing with a barbaric war in a geopolitically strategic country like Israel, we can expect further increases.

In the world of geopolitics, Israel is often perceived as a trigger for a larger war, even a global one. Taking into account its allies and the other side, mainly Muslim countries such as Iran and Syria, whose ally is Russia, we can really expect, to put it mildly, disturbing events on a larger scale.

Forecasts for the future

Baron Rothschild famously said: “The time to buy is when there’s blood running in the streets”. Maybe this is why the Rothschild family has achieved such great wealth that it makes them influential people in almost every country in the world. Taking these words into account, we can easily deduce what mentality these people have.

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Rothschild quote

That’s why wars in the world are very profitable for them, and yet ordinary people like you and me want to live in peace. And you can agree with it or not, but that’s what’s happening. This is a fact and there is no arguing with facts.

In business, you need to be able to predict possible scenarios and this has nothing to do with supernatural skills, but rather is the result of common sense and an in-depth analysis of what is currently happening in the world. Both technical and fundamental analysis are essential for correctly assessing risk.

At the moment, we still have relative peace in Europe, apart from Ukraine, of course, as well as in America and Australia. However, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict may have the potential to spread to other countries in the Middle East and even beyond the region.

So if you are serious about investing, it is worth taking into account that the prices of oil, gas and precious metals, especially gold, may increase in the near future. That’s why it’s a smart move to keep an eye on the markets to know when to start investing.

As we know, a correction usually occurs during increases, so I encourage you to be patient, not to give in to emotions, but wait for the right moment, that is, the end of the correction, when the price is the lowest, and then start the transaction. If you want to know more about technical analysis, you should also check out my article How To Trade Online Stocks? Step By Step.

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, physical gold

I also recommend that you be interested in purchasing physical investment gold, which can serve both as security for your own capital and as a long-term investment for the future. I’m going to write another article about that soon, so bear with me!


The ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict has the potential to impact the market, especially in the Middle East region. While no significant price increases have been observed thus far, fluctuations in oil and gas prices may arise due to the uncertain situation.

It is important to note that some Muslim countries, including those with significant natural resource deposits, may join the conflict, leading to potential price increases in oil and gas. Additionally, the price of gold has seen an increase since the start of the conflict, as gold tends to appreciate during times of crisis and war.

Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Brent oil

It is crucial for investors to closely monitor the market and consider the potential impact of the conflict before making investment decisions. Keeping an eye on the markets and practicing patience is advised, as corrections may occur during price increases.

A thorough understanding of technical and fundamental analysis can aid in making informed investment choices. For those interested in purchasing physical investment gold, it can be both a secure capital option and a long-term investment. As the conflict unfolds, it is essential to stay informed and assess the potential risks and opportunities in the market.

However, based on the information about the Rothschild family, we can clearly see that these people are involved in this conflict, as well as in war in Ukraine. In previous articles I mentioned what methods they used to gain control of the central banks of countries such as Great Britain.

These are very powerful people who have no scruples, will stop at nothing to achieve their goals, and human life has no value to them. We can now assume that their goal is to increase their influence in every possible country. The fact that this family is responsible for financing the Zionist movement and the creation of the state of Israel tells us enough.

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6 Replies to “Does The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Affect The Market?”

  1. hey blazej,

    thx for the article! it was very informativ and gave me a lot to think about. it’s crazy how conflicts like the israeli-palestinian one can have such a ripple effect on the market

    i’ve been through a few market rollercoasters when major events like the israeli-palestinian conflict happen. it’s a bit nerve-wracking, to be honest. i remember back in 2020, when the pandemic hit, the markets went wild

    during those times, i usually take a more cautious approach. i might move some investments around or even consider hedging my portfolio. it’s all about playing it safe and not letting my emotions get the best of me

    your insights are really helpful in understanding how these global events can impact the market. thanks for keeping us informed!

    • Hello Matias!

      Thanks a lot for your comment! We are witnessing very important events last time, such as pandemic, war in Ukraine, and now was in Israel.

      All these events affected the market and I’m sure that we must be careful if we are to invest our money.

      I think that the best asset that we can invest our money in is Gold, Oil, and Gas.

      Kind regards!

  2. Your analysis of how the Israeli-Palestinian conflict impacts the market is enlightening. It’s evident that geopolitical tensions have a significant ripple effect on global economies. Have you observed any historical patterns in market reactions to similar conflicts? Additionally, I’m curious about potential long-term strategies investors might consider in navigating such volatile situations.

    Your breakdown of the various sectors and their susceptibility to market shifts is incredibly insightful. It underscores the interconnectedness of geopolitical events and financial markets. I wonder, do you anticipate any specific industries that could either thrive or face challenges in the current scenario? Your expertise on this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for providing this comprehensive analysis.

    • Hello!
      I definitely believe that natural resources and precious metals, mainly gold, are the best form of investment on the stock market nowadays, when there is a potential risk of greater conflict. It is also worth looking at the shares of companies responsible for extracting these raw materials. There is also the issue of food. If the price of fuel increases, it is obvious that the price of grain will also go up, and as we know, we cannot get enough of gold or oil.

  3. This article certainly puts everything into a different perspective and it is hardly surprising that the markets are so up and down at the moment. I think gold is the one staple that you can’t go wrong in investing in though.

    I leave the guess work to the professionals though, as I don’t have the time or patience to follow the markets closely as well as buy or sell at the right times.

    I must say this isn’t the first time that I have read that it is good to invest in times of war.

    • Hello Michele!

      Yes, exactly as you say, gold is the safest form of investment at the moment. To invest in the stock market, you need to patiently watch the market every day. Additionally, it is important to keep up to date with world news, i.e. technical and fundamental analysis

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