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Posted on 8 Jul 2012 | 3,036 views
Good Humor Ice Cream Pays 25% Dividend in 1929

The Good Humor company started in Youngstown, Ohio by Harry Burt during the early 1920’s and covered most of the country by the mid 1930’s. Good Humor eventualy became a fixture in American popular culture.

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Posted on 28 Aug 2011 | 5,132 views
Gold Bubble 2011 now Bursting and Crashing

Gold has been plunging in New York on speculation that financial markets may be stabilizing, eroding the appeal of the precious metal as a safe haven.

Bear Markets »

Posted on 12 May 2011 | 5,359 views
Dividend vs Non-Dividend When the Stock Market Crashes

Throughout the 1950s and into the mid 1980s, investors used to own stocks mainly for their dividends. Investors looked for companies that paid consistent “Dividends” out of profits and if the stock they owned appreciated in price, that was an added incentive.

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Posted on 8 Apr 2011 | 7,236 views
Philip Morris Stock Price After 1929 Stock Market Crash

Philip Morris was incorporated in New York City in 1902. The “Crash of ’29” and 1929-1932 Bear Market had wiped out over 27% of Philip Morris stock value. By the middle of 1932 with dividend payments, you would have made money owning Philip Morris stock.