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Posted on 17 Aug 2012 | 8,441 views
Soros and Buffet Sell Stocks as the Federal Reserve is Preparing Contingency Plans for a Complete Financial Collapse

Question: The Dow has crossed over 13000 and is touching its highest levels since April of 2008 — so why are Soros and Buffett unloading stocks? Answer: The Federal Reserve has already coordinated with major U.S. banks (announced last week) to prepare contingency plans for a complete financial collapse.

Predicting Crashes »

Posted on 17 Aug 2012 | 4,503 views
The Government and Big Banks are Quietly Preparing for an Imminent Financial Collapse

Something really strange appears to be happening — all over the globe, governments and big banks are acting as if they are anticipating an imminent financial collapse.

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Posted on 16 Aug 2012 | 1,744 views
Shares of Solar Panel Maker SolarWorld Continue to Crash

Shares of SolarWorld, which are traded on the German Stock Exchange (Ticker Symbol: SWV.DE) dropped about 11 percent on Monday morning, after the German crystalline solar power systems maker said a positive operating earnings before interest and taxes or EBIT are no longer possible in 2012.

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Posted on 16 Aug 2012 | 2,962 views
Do Investors Like Stock Market Crashes?

Stock market crashes always seem to result in a bad day for everyone, especially those with large holdings of shares. However, as a smart investor, or even a new investor, there is no need to sweat stock market crashes like the big guys. In fact, when the stock market sees bad days, you could possibly be seeing green.

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Posted on 16 Aug 2012 | 3,729 views
The Largest Ever One-Day Percentage Drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average Occurred on December 12, 1914

On the first day of trading since the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) reopened in November of 1914 after being shut down due to the start of World War I earlier that year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffers its worst percentage drop of (24.39 percent) on December 12, 1914 since it was first published in 1896.