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Posted on 5 Jun 2011 | 6,445 views
Sell in May and Go Away 2011 Market Crash – Part 1

The cliché to “Sell in May and Go Away” seems to be on investors minds once again. Evidence is accumulating that the stock market has hit an intermediate-term peak amid the deepening European sovereign debt crisis, signs of slower U.S. economic growth and the imminent end to the Federal Reserve’s liquidity injections.

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Posted on 23 Apr 2011 | 4,337 views
Top 10 Worst Easter Bunny Stock Market Crashes

The New York Stock Exchange has been closed in observance of Good Friday, the Friday before Easter which is part of the Easter Holiday since its inception. Due to extraordinary circumstances, it was open on Good Friday in 1898, 1906 and 1907.

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Posted on 16 Apr 2011 | 6,047 views
Sell in May and Go Away Stock Strategy

Investors who followed the Wall Street saying to “Sell in May and Go Away” have avoided some of the “Biggest Stock Market Plunges” in the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index in more than four decades.

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Posted on 14 Apr 2011 | 7,113 views
1930s to Dwarf 2009-2019 Credit Crunch

Over the next 8 years, 2011-2019, the current “Credit Crunch” will be more severe than what we saw at the beginning of the Great Depression back in the 1930s. Back in the “Roaring 20s”, American businesses and consumers had leveraged themselves like never before.

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Posted on 12 Apr 2011 | 4,917 views
Top 10 Worst January Stock Market Declines

Of the worst January stock market declines since 1928 on the Dow Jones Industrial Average, it’s a tie on how the stock market performed throughout the year after a rough start, indicating you really can’t gage how the stock market will end the year with such a disappointing start to the year.