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Posted on 15 Mar 2013 | 4,925 views
15 Year Bear Market Predicted for Stock Market

Economists working for the San Francisco Fed have come out with a research paper bounding the upcoming retiring baby boomers and current stock prices together. Their analysis is that the baby boomers will continue to reduce their stock holdings as they retire and dip into their savings for basic necessities during their retirement years.

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Posted on 24 Nov 2011 | 10,413 views
Black Friday Special Deals Stock List

Black Friday is quickly approaching, so it is time to look at companies that could benefit from the shopping mania taking place that day. Traditionally, technology and fashion retailers have attracted the largest numbers of customers, and based on the expectations, this year will not be any different.

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Posted on 17 Sep 2011 | 14,318 views
Stock Market Crash in 2012 Predicted

In the past 5 days — September 12, 2011 through September 16, 2011 — we’ve seen awful retail sales, an uptick in unemployment claims, poverty at a record high, chaos in Europe, another rogue trader scandal and of course, a 700 point gain for the Dow Jones Industrials.

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Posted on 28 Aug 2011 | 7,848 views
The Secular Bear Market of 1966 Through 1982

From a historical perspective, the 1966 through 1982 Secular Bear Market was the third one we have had since 1900 and was not overwhelming in terms of loss, it simply meandered sideways virtually going nowhere for 16.5 years.

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Posted on 13 May 2011 | 16,277 views
Stock Market Crash Predicted Starting July of 2011

Legendary investor Jeremy Grantham of GMO LLC is predicting a “Stock Market Crash” and suggested that investors should consider selling their stocks around July 2011. Going back to 1960, the first 7 months of the third year of a presidential cycle (like 2011) produced inflation-adjusted returns of 20 percent for the 48-month presidential cycles. Meanwhile, the remaining 41 months of the cycle returned only 1 percent.