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Posted on 14 Mar 2013 | 3,541 views
Wall Street Sell-Off Continues as Dow Plunges 520 Points on August 10, 2011

Fear returned to Wall Street on Wednesday August 10, 2011 — sending the S&P 500 to another 4 percent decline, triggered by worries that Europe’s debt crisis could engulf French banks and spill onto the U.S. financial sector.

Crash of 1929 »

Posted on 11 Mar 2013 | 3,784 views
52 Week Highs in the 1929 Stock Market

When we look at stocks making 52 week highs such as Apple (AAPL — $364.90), Netflix (NFLX –$247.55), Priceline (PCLN — $515.64), Chipolte Mexican Grill (CMG — $278.00) or even Wynn Resorts (WYNN — $135.85) we think stock split but that wasn’t the case back in 1929. Although some companies did announce stock splits during that era, there were also many which liked to maintain a high stock price.

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Posted on 8 Mar 2013 | 7,233 views
Dendreon Stock Up 1,341% Since the 2008-2009 Crash With Provenge

With stocks such as “Dendreon” having staged a comeback over the last two years amid unstable economic conditions should be able to pick up even more momentum when the economy generates higher levels of growth. The truth is, there could be considerable upside left in Dendreon shares — even though it has increased over 13x in value during the last two years.

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Posted on 27 Oct 2012 | 2,110 views
Stock Market Sentiment and Technical Analysis Mirrors the Worst Bear Market of 1973

In January 1973, a financial magazine published the stock market outlooks of a select group of professional investors. All agreed: Market prices are headed higher. Yet in that very month, the stock market started a slide. It later became the “Worst Bear Market Since the Great Depression” — from January 11, 1973 to December 6, 1974 the Dow Industrials lost 45% in value.

Stock Market Crashes »

Posted on 17 Aug 2012 | 7,241 views
Soros and Buffet Sell Stocks as the Federal Reserve is Preparing Contingency Plans for a Complete Financial Collapse

Question: The Dow has crossed over 13000 and is touching its highest levels since April of 2008 — so why are Soros and Buffett unloading stocks? Answer: The Federal Reserve has already coordinated with major U.S. banks (announced last week) to prepare contingency plans for a complete financial collapse.