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Posted on 30 Mar 2013 | 2,531 views
Mila Kunis is now Investing – Joseph Kennedy Warned About Stock Market Speculation and Amateurs

Mila Kunis is now investing in stocks but stock market experts think she could be walking into a trap. The actress was on CNBC talking about her newfound interest in investing, saying that she’s learning to keep her money somewhere other than cash.

Stock Market Crashes »

Posted on 27 Oct 2012 | 15,745 views
The Next Stock Market Crash Will be Bigger Than the 1987 Stock Market Crash

Prepare yourself for another stock market crash as big as the free fall in October 1987. If it happened today, the Dow would drop 2,965 points on the session to finish at roughly 10,158. We’re kidding ourselves if we think that market regulatory reforms such as Circuit Breakers will be able to prevent it.

Predicting Crashes »

Posted on 6 Aug 2012 | 6,501 views
Planetary Alignments Which Predicted the 1929, 1987 and 2008 Stock Market Crashes are Predicting a Market Collapse Before March 2013

Of all the tools one might use to predict a stock market crash in 2013 — planetary alignments and solar particles are not the first options that spring to mind for people but market analyst Arch Crawford has applied his arcane “astro indicators” for 35 years with surprising success.

Crash of 1929 »

Posted on 8 Jul 2012 | 4,880 views
The 1929 Stock Market Crash’s Effect on the U.S. Economy

The 1929 stock market crash devastated the American economy because not only had individual investors put their money into stocks, so did businesses. When the stock market crashed, businesses lost their money. Consumers lost their money too, because many banks had invested their money without their permission or knowledge.

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Posted on 15 Apr 2012 | 4,116 views
The Coming 32% Stock Market Crash of 2012

Last week, the benchmark S&P 500 Index fell just shy of 5 per cent in five days and now investors are wondering — does the liquidity-fueled rally in the US Stock Market resume?