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Posted on 2 May 2014 | 5,783 views
1987 Type Stock Crash Predicted for 2014

The man who predicted the 1987 stock market crash and the recent global economic recession believes the worst crash in decades will take place later in the next 12 months. Dr Marc Faber, a Swiss investor and the author of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, said the cause of the crash would be the overvaluing of companies within the internet and biotechnology sectors.

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Posted on 22 Sep 2013 | 8,683 views
Stock Market Crash Similar to 1987 is Coming

Fears over US monetary tightening, rate hikes, and recession triggered the 1987 stock market crash, and there are parallels with today’s market environment, said Société Générale’s Albert Edwards. In his latest note, the ultra-bearish strategist said the evolution of bonds yields and equity markets this year looks similar to what happened before the market collapse of 1987.

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Posted on 22 Sep 2013 | 6,932 views
Procter & Gambles Mini Flash Crash

Procter & Gamble (Ticker Symbol: PG) stock dived 5 percent and then snapped back instantly on Friday August 30, 2013 — the stock took the dip on an errant trade, P&G’s director of investor relations said.

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Posted on 22 Sep 2013 | 2,679 views
How Hedge Funds Brace for Stock Market Crashes

Investors do worry about stock market crashes when stocks have rallied such as the case in 2013, but what retail investors should do is try to learn what the professionals do with their clients’ money and their own money. Very few fund managers sell out of stocks entirely. After all, cash never rallies, and it is widely known that bull markets always seem to crawl a wall of worry.

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Posted on 22 Sep 2013 | 3,374 views
Preparing for the Stock Market Crash Nobody is Predicting

Stock market declines, especially the violent kind we refer to as “crashes,” are pretty hard to predict — for every crash one or two visionaries emerge who called the market decline with unusual accuracy. In time, we generally conclude that these visionaries were more lucky than prescient, because there are no records of prognosticators who predict market crashes more than once.