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Posted on 15 Apr 2012 | 3,707 views
High Frequency Trading now Turning Bearish and Looking for a Summer 2012 Stock Market Crash

The six month surging stock market rally has nothing to do with any signs of a economic turnaround on Main Street analysts say — the disconnect in the number of shares being traded proves this.

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Posted on 2 Sep 2011 | 4,429 views
Remembering the Stock Market Crash of October ’87

Remember the stock market crash of ’87? Stocks had been rising for five years and then came “Black Monday” when the Dow lost 508 points in a single day. By the end of October 1987, the Dow had lost nearly a quarter of its value.

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Posted on 5 Aug 2011 | 5,067 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 | 17,085 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 4 Jun 2011 | 4,267 views
Has a 2011 Top Just Formed in the U.S. Stock Markets?

There is no sure thing when timing the stock market but when price action and other “Technical Analysis” stock indicators confirm fundamental economic issues, it’s a good bet to go with the flow. Right now, the flow is down — the level of debt the government has taken on to aid an economic recovery is at the extreme and has become extravagant because of the financial crisis. U.S debt stood at 92% of GDP at year-end 2010, on par with beleaguered Portugal’s level of public debt.