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Posted on 1 May 2011 | 4,388 views
SEC Circuit Breaker Rules Fails to Stop Jazz Pharmaceuticals Flash Crash

Shares of Jazz Pharmaceuticals (Stock Symbol: JAZZ) opened the trading day on April 27, 2011 at $33.59 per share, the stock then went on to trade down slightly with normal volume until approximately 10:00 AM EST, when it plummeted for approximately two minutes before finding a bottom at $23.50 per share.

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Posted on 23 Apr 2011 | 4,194 views
Top 10 Worst Easter Bunny Stock Market Crashes

The New York Stock Exchange has been closed in observance of Good Friday, the Friday before Easter which is part of the Easter Holiday since its inception. Due to extraordinary circumstances, it was open on Good Friday in 1898, 1906 and 1907.

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Posted on 23 Apr 2011 | 7,164 views
Historical Yearly Average Silver Data 1913 thru 2008 Download

In 1973, the “Hunt Family” of Texas, possibly the richest family in America at the time, decided to buy precious metals as a hedge against inflation. Gold could not be held by private citizens at that time, so the Hunts began to buy silver in enormous quantity.

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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 7,678 views
Historical Daily Gold Data 1973 thru 2009 Download

Gold still remains far below its all-time inflation-adjusted high, estimated at almost $2,500 an ounce set in 1980, an era of Cold War tension, oil shocks and hyperinflation. Gold prices have almost doubled since the Fed cut “Interest Rates” to the bone in 2008 in an attempt to shock the economy back to life after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.

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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 9,006 views
2011 Treasury Bond Market Crash Any Day Now

We’re on a collision course with the “Worst Bond Market Collapse” in decades and the warning signs are as clear as day. Since the “Bond Market” is ready to crash at any minute, Bloomberg Television has an excellent bond market crash video with Laurence Kotlikoff, a professor of economics at Boston University, on how to prepare.