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Posted on 14 Mar 2013 | 3,418 views
Don’t Bring out the Champagne yet – DJIA Predicted to Bottom Out at 8200

Last Thursday, after a couple of weeks of steady but relatively normal declines, the Dow suddenly tanked 500 points. Then, after a modest recovery on Friday, it fell 600 points — then it soared 400 points. Then it plunged 500 points — then it blasted off to another 400 point gain.

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Posted on 6 Jul 2012 | 3,543 views
Prepare for the Next Stock Market Crash

When it comes to investing in the stock market the first thing that comes into our mind is what will happen to our invested capital if the stock market crashes again like it had crashed in 2008-2009.

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Posted on 27 May 2011 | 4,610 views
S&P 500 2011 Crash in Our Future and Going to 400 Points

The SocGen strategist Albert Edwards is saying he still sees the S&P 500 going to 400 (it’s currently at 1325 as of 5/26/11) and bond yields going to new lows. His 400 S&P forecast with sub 2% US bond yields — is the equity markets enjoying yet another Fed induced mega-rally and many are looking for explanations for the continued low level of global bond yields with many expecting new lows in bond yields.

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Posted on 1 May 2011 | 4,033 views
SEC Circuit Breaker Rules Fails to Stop Jazz Pharmaceuticals Flash Crash

Shares of Jazz Pharmaceuticals (Stock Symbol: JAZZ) opened the trading day on April 27, 2011 at $33.59 per share, the stock then went on to trade down slightly with normal volume until approximately 10:00 AM EST, when it plummeted for approximately two minutes before finding a bottom at $23.50 per share.

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Posted on 6 Apr 2011 | 8,881 views
Federal Reserve Policies Sparked the Crash of 1929

Throughout the 1920s, the Federal Reserve System expanded the money supply to provide easy credit for businesses to modernize and expand. This helped the economy boom, but it also encouraged many businesses to overextend their resources.