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Posted on 6 Aug 2012 | 10,028 views
2013 Great Depression Parallels the 1930’s

The current crisis in Europe has now gone well beyond the prospect of breaking up the EURO to the threat of a full-fledged financial and economic collapse in Europe that could plunge the world into a second Great Depression.

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Posted on 2 Jun 2012 | 3,359 views
Dow Jones Industrial is now Collapsing in 2012

The unemployment numbers are in, and it’s looking ugly out there. Payrolls grew by 69,000 last month, which remains a gain, but is the weakest showing in a year. Not only that, but April was revised down. In response, markets are plummeting.

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Posted on 12 Jun 2011 | 12,993 views
Is the Stock Market Signaling a Crash and Double Dip Recession or Great Depression?

Recent economic data indicates the United States economy is heading into a “Double Dip Recession” and if we are to have a double dip, we had better hope the second down-leg is a deep one, the 2008-09 recession was nothing like as deep as that of 1929-33 but current misguided policies have actually made things worse.

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Posted on 5 Jun 2011 | 6,616 views
Sell in May and Go Away 2011 Market Crash – Part 1

The cliché to “Sell in May and Go Away” seems to be on investors minds once again. Evidence is accumulating that the stock market has hit an intermediate-term peak amid the deepening European sovereign debt crisis, signs of slower U.S. economic growth and the imminent end to the Federal Reserve’s liquidity injections.

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Posted on 15 Apr 2011 | 12,060 views
Charlie Chaplins 1920s Stock Market Crash Advice

On the evening before the 1929 stock market crash, film star “Charlie Chaplin” and Irving Berlin (Songwriter and Composer) were dining together. Berlin at the time had $5 million invested in the stock market. The market’s performance had been remarkable for the prior two-plus years, rising 37 percent in 1927, 44 percent in 1928 and 28 percent during the summer months of 1929.