Lessons from 1929 stock market crash

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Although the present financial meltdown is quite different from that of 1929, it serves a useful purpose to revisit the 1929 stock market crash to at least pick up on the investment lessons offered by that situation. This is especially true as financial memory only seems to last a few years before analysts, investors, bankers and regulators again fall victim to greed. This post is a compilation of eight 1929 videos, which will make for good weekend viewing, especially when reflecting upon the calamitous past two weeks. […]






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