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Posted on 6 May 2011 | 8,452 views
Is the Stock Market Rigged With Insider Trading?

While the ongoing Rajaratnam trial over “Insider Trading” or the saga with Berkshire Hathaway’s David Sokol’s Lubrizoil (Stock Symbol: LZ) trades overwhelm the stock market, investors feel the odds of making a profitable trade is stacked against them which helps explain why mom & pop haven’t piled back into stocks even after a more-than 2-year bull market.

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Posted on 15 Apr 2011 | 17,605 views
Stock Brokers and Margin Loans in the 1920s

In the 1920s people were investing with money they couldn’t afford through broker loans. The world markets heavily relied on the US market conditions which showed extraordinarily high p/e ratios.

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Posted on 31 Mar 2011 | 11,624 views
National Lead Stock Price After October 29 1929 Stock Market Crash and Great Depression

National Lead — America’s largest manufacturers of titanium dioxide pigments, which are used to brighten and add opacity to paints, plastics, paper, textile dyes, and ceramic glazes.

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Posted on 31 Mar 2011 | 8,347 views
Safeway Stock Market Price After October 1929 Crash

The Sam Seelig Company held a contest in 1925 to develop a new name for the grocery store, the result of which was Safeway. The original slogan was “an admonition and an invitation” to “Drive the Safeway – Buy the Safeway” — the point of the name was that the grocery operated on a cash-and-carry basis, it did not offer credit as had been traditional for grocers.

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Posted on 31 Mar 2011 | 6,962 views
Hershey Chocolate Stock Price After 1929 Stock Crash

Hershey’s is one of the oldest chocolate companies and is the largest chocolate manufacturer in the United States, and an American icon for its chocolate bar. Its headquarters are in Hershey, Pennsylvania, which was founded by Milton S. Hershey in 1894 as the Hershey Chocolate Company.