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Posted on 5 Aug 2011 | 5,178 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 22 May 2011 | 6,215 views
Chinese Reverse Mergers are Being Delisted in US Markets Because of Fraud

The NASDAQ and the NYSE halted trading in almost a dozen U.S. listed stocks of Chinese businesses who have engaged in “Reverse Mergers” on the NASDAQ and NYSE to protect investors from fraud in this market niche.

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Posted on 21 May 2011 | 8,078 views
Mini Flash Crashes Occurring Daily

Mini Flash Crashes are still occurring routinely with individual stocks, a sign some of the problems that contributed to the short-circuiting of the markets more than a year ago are still happening. Despite efforts to prevent another flash crash, regulators and markets have moved to implement safeguards.

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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 6,217 views
The Myth of the Crash That Caused the Stock Market to Close on Good Friday

Art Cashin, Director of Floor Operations with UBS Financial Services said “The Myth Of The Crash That Caused The Stock Market To Close On Good Friday” is an erroneous myth – in the nearly five decades that I’ve been in Wall Street, each Easter season sees the re-blooming of this old myth.

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Posted on 30 Mar 2011 | 11,055 views
Comparing the 1929 Crash to the 1987 Crash

The stock market crashed two times during the 20th century — once in October 1929 and almost 60 years later in October 1987.