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Posted on 30 Mar 2013 | 1,865 views
Mila Kunis is now Investing – Joseph Kennedy Warned About Stock Market Speculation and Amateurs

Mila Kunis is now investing in stocks but stock market experts think she could be walking into a trap. The actress was on CNBC talking about her newfound interest in investing, saying that she’s learning to keep her money somewhere other than cash.

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Posted on 22 Mar 2013 | 2,845 views
Dow Jones Industrials All-Time Highs and What Happened Afterwards

So the Dow Jones Industrial Average broke a record in March 2013 — now what? It’s impossible to predict how the Dow, that popular barometer of the stock market, will zigzag from here. The only thing certain about the market is that there will be more peaks and crashes ahead, and that’s about as specific as a fortune cookie.

Predicting Crashes »

Posted on 17 Mar 2013 | 1,473 views
Year of the Snake Stock Market Investors Should be Cautious in 2013

The Chinese New Year officially began February 10, 2013 — the year of the snake which some investors consider a very bad omen. Not only does the year of the snake have the worst stock market returns of all zodiac signs, but some of the darkest moments in U.S. history have come during that zodiac year.

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Posted on 9 Oct 2012 | 3,123 views
Is the October 2012 Stock Market Crash-Proof?

When it comes to wealth suddenly disappearing, October can be diabolically frightful. The stock market crash of 1929 that led to the Great Depression occurred in October. So did the 22.6% plunge suffered by the Dow Jones industrial average in 1987 on “Black Monday.”

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Posted on 24 Aug 2012 | 6,976 views
Velocity of Money is now Lower Than the Great Depression

The rate at which money is exchanged from one transaction to another, and how much a unit of currency is used in a given period of time. Velocity of money is usually measured as a ratio of GNP to a country’s total supply of money.