It's a logical fallacy to say that what happened in the past will happen in the future. Anyone with common sense knows that times change, and the piper must ALWAYS be paid. What goes up must come down.
You know by now I like this stuff so here goes as expected.
It's indeed a logical fallacy that... what happened in the past will happen in the future.
That said, while it's not a valid argument, it does not mean that it will not be so.
You make the equal error of concluding that because the reasoning is fallacious, then the contrary must be true. Your argument that... what happened in the past will not happen in the future.
is equally fallacious in logical terms.
It's no biggy, it's just that these matters of reasoning turn me on.