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Posted on 18 Sep 2011 | 33,336 views
Stock Market Crash in 2013 Predicted With a DJIA of 3,000

Economist Harry Dent sees a cataclysmic drop in stock prices that’s going to erase more than 70 percent of the market’s value by 2013, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunging to 3,000 points.

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Posted on 8 Aug 2011 | 6,783 views
Picking a Market Bottom During the August 2011 Stock Market Crash

Most stock market declines rarely end with days like Thursday’s (August 4, 2011) 513 point drop for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

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Posted on 5 Aug 2011 | 5,087 views
Dow Jones Stock Market Still 30% Overvalued

Whenever the stock market plunges for several days it reminds us the stock market crash in October 1929, which triggered the 12-year great depression that hit all the western industrialized nations. It all began on a “Black Thursday“, Oct. 24, 1929, when share prices on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) collapsed. Stock prices plummeted on that day, and continued to fall at an unprecedented rate for a full month.

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Posted on 4 Aug 2011 | 17,144 views
Dow Plunges 513 Points on August 4, 2011 Which is the Worst Drop Since the 2008 Financial Crisis Started

The stock market has just finished its worst trading day since the financial crisis. The Dow is closing with a loss of 512.76 points, or 4.31 percent, to close at 11,383.68 and it was the “Worst Trading Day” for the Dow Jones Industrial Average since December 1, 2008 when the DJIA fell 679.95 points.

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Posted on 12 Jun 2011 | 12,695 views
Is the Stock Market Signaling a Crash and Double Dip Recession or Great Depression?

Recent economic data indicates the United States economy is heading into a “Double Dip Recession” and if we are to have a double dip, we had better hope the second down-leg is a deep one, the 2008-09 recession was nothing like as deep as that of 1929-33 but current misguided policies have actually made things worse.