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Stock market panic and crash

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and so-called market experts continue to make predictions on the market, the economy and the general direction of this country (and the world for that matter). I can’t stand predictions (except for Plaxico Burress’ prediction prior to the Super Bowl last week – Go Giants). I have compiled a list of excellent quotes to combat the constant bombardment of predictions on television, in magazines, on blogs, the internet and on the nightly news; I love quotes and agree with the ones below 110%! Try and predict the market while trading and you will go broke, that I can predict with certainty. The men and women below couldn’t have ...
loop where selling by some market participants drives more market participants to sell. Generally speaking, crashes usually occur under the following conditions: a prolonged period of rising stock prices and excessive economic optimism , a market where P/E ratios exceed long-term averages, and extensive use of margin debt and leverage by market participants. There is no numerically specific definition of a stock market crash but the term commonly applies to steep double-digit percentage losses in a stock market index over a period of several days. Crashes are often distinguished from bear markets by panic selling and abrupt, ...
one, two, three … infinity
That’s the title that’s been popping into my mind the last few days, watching the process that’s going on. Last week, it seemed that the fervor for bailouts was finally subsiding. Half of the $700 billion bailout was going to be left for the Obama administration, and the auto maker bailouts seemed to be foundering. But that was last week, an eternity ago. And now, as eternity comes to a close, the bailout amounts seem to be approaching infinity. Even George Gamow would be amazed. President-elect Barack Obama is leading the way. In his radio address on Saturday, he said: “I have already directed my ... market research, surveys and trends
(Oklahoma City) The US Military's genocidal operation in Iraq is trucking off whole destroyed cities and acres of dirt to dumps in the desert. This is to obscure the tell-tale and eternal radiation and the chemical residues from the use of banned and illegal weapons by our kids and friends in the US Military. They are the same as they have been for 40 years. Does anybody remember the "elections" in Saigon, Viet Nam?You are maybe expecting the Empire to not change or alter it's lethal methods and procedures? In Viet Nam it was the deadly chemical poison Agent Orange. In Iraq it is plain old processed uranium. ... market research, surveys and trends


Robert Shiller compares stock market to 1929 - 20-Mar-07 ...
a book title that echoed Alan Greenspan's famous 1996 words at the start of the dot-com bubble, said that after the Shanghai market fell 8.8% on that day, there was no reason except "market psychology" for stock markets around the world to fall 2-4%. Moreover, most of these markets are still down 4-8%, compared to their close on February 26. Shiller compares this situation to what happened in 1928-29: "If history is any guide, markets can be severely destabilized by one-day drops, which make powerful stories that have more psychological salience to investors than much larger drops that occur over ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
What's coming next: Understanding the deflationary spiral - 27-Oct ...
Investors and government officials worldwide are breathing easier this weekend, because Wall Street didn't completely melt down on Friday, as had been feared. Friday and Saturday may be the first times they slept through the night for a week. But they won't be sleeping well on Sunday night, or probably any night this week. Stock markets around the world have fallen very far from their recent highs, most of which were reached late in 2007. Here's list compiled by the LA Times : Iceland -88.7% Russia -73.9% Ireland -73.4% Peru -73.2% Vietnam ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Computerized stock trading leaves investors vulnerable
The time it takes to read this sentence is all it takes for nearly 2 million stock trades to flash through the stock market. Most of those trades aren't coming from trigger-happy day traders and mutual fund managers with billions of dollars at their disposal. It's a flood of machine-gun speed fury coming from an army of computers programmed to obey complicated algorithms that are hyperactively buying and selling. What does that mean to you, the individual investor? The next time you buy or sell a stock, forget the quaint idea that there is a living, breathing human being on the other side of the transaction. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A third depression?
Nobel laureate Paul Krugman raised the specter of a third depression for the United States. A Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences is a strong credential, and Krugman makes a strong case. Krugman’s thesis is that the U.S. and Europe are now doing what the American government notoriously did to create and prolong the Great Depression. He also refers to the years of deflation and instability that followed the panic of 1873 as the “Long Depression.” In both cases the government followed a policy of austerity and balanced budgets, which Krugman says exacerbated the financial woes. Krugman believes we are ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


The Stock Market Boom and Crash of 1929 Revisited Eugene N. White ...
the 1929 boom and crash. He argues that a bubble in the stock market was formed ...... between dividends and stock prices clear. When panic selling began, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
On the Anniversary of 1929 Crash, How Is It Different Now?
The New York Stock Exchange shows the closing number for the Dow Jones Industrial Average on October 21, when a market rally unraveled. By Katherine Lewis Special Correspondent Washington — Four-score years ago, on Oct. 28 and 29, 1929, the U.S. stock market crashed. Those two days, known as Black Monday and Black Tuesday, burst a bubble of speculative trading and helped trigger the Great Depression. On this 80th anniversary of the great crash, it is striking to compare the modern stock market to the market of the 1920s. Stock investing has spread to every corner of the globe and into nearly half the households in America. New ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
H102 Lecture 18: The Crash and the Great Depression
In 1929, Yale University economist Irving Fisher stated confidently: "The nation is marching along a permanently high plateau of prosperity." Five days later, the bottom dropped out of the stock market and ushered in the Great Depression, the worst economic downturn in American history. Although Americans often believe that the Crash was the starting point of the Great Depression, many historians point out that it wasn't the sole cause. This lecture examines the roots of the Crash and the effect of the Great Depression on the American public. Some questions to keep in mind: Why were ...
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Stock Market Crash 6 May 2010: Live Panic from the S&P 500 Pits ...
I was watching the above video on Youtube. And about four to five minutes into the video that guys says "60 even trade". What in the world is this guy talking about. I tried to look it up online but I can't find a definition of what he's talking about. If anybody has any input I would appreciate it. At first I thought he was talking about Dow 6000 but obviously from the title of video he is not talking about the Dow. But I don't know what he is talking about if you can help me out points to you. Thanks. Member since: February 10, 2007 Total points: 45758 (Level 7) Badge Image: You are correct he is ...