Stock Market Crash Course March 22: Correction Ahead

The Dow could be about to suffer a 5% to 9% correction, Richard Moroney says in today’s Stock Market Crash Course. Of course, predicting the timing of the pu…

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Trend Trading S&P 500 Index Options Bulls vs Bears August 2011 Crash & Massive Counter Rally

www.StockMarketFunding.com Trend Trading S&P 500 Index Options Bulls vs Bears August 2011 Crash & Massive Counter Rally. A rebound in equities pressured precious metals today. In turn, December gold settled lower by 1.8% at 51.50 per ounce for its first loss in five sessions. Futures have since extended their pullback in after-hours trade, notching fresh lows at 34.50. One theme at hand, the CME hiked margins again on the gold contract, but that news had little effect on futures in overnight action as prices climbed to a new all-time high at 17.60 per ounce. September silver shed 2.0% to close at .67 per ounce after they had rallied off their lows of .94. Silver prices had been probed the level in intraday trade. September crude oil settled higher by 3.4% at .72 per barrel. Crude spent most of the day rallying off of its low of .03. Buying accelerated into the close of pit trade, helped along by an extension of gains by the equity market. Crude set a session high of .90 per barrel along the way. The advance this session makes for crude oil’s first back-to-back bounce since the commodity started to slide from the 0 area. September natural gas finished 2.7% higher at .11 per MMBtu. This morning’s inventory data, which showed a smaller-than-expected build, helped futures hit a seven-session high of .14 per MMBtu before pulling back. DJ30 +497.01 NASDAQ +119.52 SP500 +58.48 NASDAQ Adv 2135/2.32 bln/459 NYSE Adv/Vol/Dec 2844/1.16 bln/254

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Stock Market Crash “Flash Crash” Dow Jones Falls Over 1000 Points

www.StockMarketFunding.com Stock Market Crash “Flash Crash” Dow Jones Falls Over 1000 Points United States Economy Flash Crash Stock Market Crash 2010 “Wall Street” 5-6-2010 “Flash Crash” AKA “Fat Finger” “6 May 2010 Stock Market Crash (Live Coverage)!! Incredible!” “Stock Crash” Stock Market Crash at SMF we were Shorting Indexes and Overbought Sectors Stock Market Crash BiggestStock Market Crash Dow Jones History Stocks set up for huge drop. This is what happens when you get back into bear markets. Stocks can give the move back in 1 day. The Dow Ticker was down almost 1000 points. That’s a big shake out! They’re probably going to halt trading “Jim CRAMER DOESN’T EVEN KNOW WHAT TO THINK!” “we can’t stop the selling” “Take them all out for the big bounce of the bottom!” “CANCEL ALL, CANCEL ALL ORDERS!” “stock market crash” “stock market” short shorting index indexes trading chart education training goldman sectors stocks trade traders S&P spx djia crash stock market 05 may 2010 meltdown dow jones nasdaq s&p cnbc bloomberg jim cramer today 1987 plunge selloff p&g apple black thursday EURO “EURO CRASH” dollar “US dollar” The sub-prime mortgage crisis has led to the bursting of the US housing bubble. What’s next? Craig Brockie and New York Times best selling financial author and economic forecaster Robert Prechter share how to survive & prosper in a deflationary depression. Find answers to these questions Bull market boom or bear market bust ahead? Recession or depression

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Quietlike – Crash JP Morgan Buy Silver! Final Edit

I fixed some timing, added a few new pics, and tweaked the audio. You know you wanna hear it again anyway! Max Keiser’s campaign to crash JP Morgan www.youtube.com Propz to 123InThePlaceToBe for the beat, and Max Keiser for leading the way against the Silver manipulation by JP Morgan! Lyrics: You live in a dream, reality aint what it seems drowning in the mainstream dollar paper scheme theres infrared beams pointed at you thru your jeans targeting your wallet and your wealth underneath they tell you on tv that it grows economies all the while more and more people end up on the streets theres rising unemployment and they tell you to believe that its turning around, but that aint feeding families if youre asking me, im already locked and loaded ready for the inevitable currency implosion got em in my sights number one is JP Morgan call him on his bluff show his cards and fold em silver ounce bullets are the weapons weve chosen take that stock market price to zero before closing the currency crisis is the web they’ve woven so buy up that silver cuz that web cant hold it

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Stock Market Crash – Robert Prechter on Bloomberg – Oct. 19, 2007

www.elliottwave.com Watch Robert Prechter on Bloomberg TV on the 20th anniversary of the 1987 stock market crash predict what is unfolding before our eyes today. An uncannily accurate forecast from the man that forecast the 1987 stock market crash. Why would anyone think that the Fed’s actions have any influence whatsoever on the trend in the stock market? The Fed has similarly cut the discount rate twice in recent months, and on all occasions (Sept. 18, Oct. 31, Jan. 22, Jan. 30) the stock market immediately rallied… only to see prices give back those gains and more, within a few short days or weeks. Mind you, these are recent and relatively minor instances. There are longer-term examples that unfolded for years, such as the Fed’s historic campaign in 2001-2002 that saw a DOZEN rate cuts, during which time the S&P 500 lost HALF of its value. More dramatic still was the Bank of Japan’s campaign that took rates to virtually ZERO for entire decade, even as their Nikkei stock index declined and/or languished over the entire period. There’s nothing new about this information — we’ve spelled it all out before, as recently as Bob Prechter’s Nov. 27 and Jan. 24 appearances on Bloomberg television. Watch Prechter on Nov. 27: www.youtube.com With charts and facts, Bob showed how powerless the Fed really is; he also reminded the audience that “People should be careful of what they wish for when they ask for lower rates.” Yes, the financial establishment labels Bob Prechter a

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