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Posted on 23 Apr 2011 | 10,510 views
Ford Stock Up 757% Since the 2008-2009 Crash

The stock market has made a immense comeback from the market lows set during the Great Recession and Financial Crisis — on March 9, 2009 the S&P 500 index traded at 676.53 and has now climbed 660.85 points to close at 1337.38 on April 21, 2011 — over a 97% gain from the bottom but many investors missed out on much of the two-year bull market run that some experts say will continue into next year.

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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 5,474 views
Gold to Reach 2250 per Ounce by 2015 With no Crash in 2011

Gold hit a record high above $1,500 an ounce for a fifth-consecutive session on Thursday, driven by a laundry list of factors, including inflationary pressures in some key economies, the lack of a clear plan to deal with the U.S. deficit, and the sovereign debt woes in Europe.

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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 15,665 views
Historical Silver Price and Silver Bubble 2011 Crash

What if someone had come to you when the NASDAQ was at 5000 in late 1999 and told you that the NASDAQ was going to decline 80% over the next few years? Would you have gotten out after such a great run or would you have continued pouring money into an environment that surely felt like it was — different this time?

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Posted on 14 Apr 2011 | 7,023 views
The Nifty-Fifty High Price to Earnings Ratio and Subsequent Crash

The original Nifty-Fifty was a list of stocks during the 60s and 70s which had solid earnings growth and high price to earnings ratio in which the prices of those growth stocks rose to unreasonable heights in the early 1970s, as evidenced by their subsequent crash.

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Posted on 14 Apr 2011 | 4,962 views
Commodities Crash With US Banking Panic of 1932-1933

By August of 1931, Keynes estimated that “Commodity Prices” on the world market had fallen since 1929 by an average of 25%, with some commodities falling as much as 40 to 50%. Common stock shares had fallen worldwide by 40% to 50%, he reckoned.