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The crash of 1929 v 2008 videos for your information.

Many similarities between them can be observed.


Prior to crash


1. Easy credit makes everyone rich (See video 1)

2. Too many people are already long of property and stocks. (Nobody left to buy)

3. High leveraging is available to people, even those with poor credit ratings.

4. The markets become dependent on credit to sustain themselves.

5. The markets make all time highs 1 year before the crash.



During the crash


1. The inevitable domino effect sweeps through the market causing a succession of margin calls.

2. People try to sell, but there are no buyers. (See video2)

3. Markets go into nosedive

4. Regulators try to stem the declines but succeed only in making things worse. (See video3)

5. Regulators clamp down on short selling, and blame speculators for declines. (See video5)

6. Bank runs cause panic withdrawals from banks

7. People rush to buy gold


The aftermath....continued below videos




The crash of 1929 Part1

The crash of 1929 Part 2
The crash of 1929 Part 3

The crash of 1929 Part 4
The crash of 1929 Part 5
View 1929 chart, dates and scenarios.


1. A new age of austere financial restrictions come into place





3.Mass unemployment



1. Californians who have lost all their money are sleeping in parking lots

2. Mass redundancies

3. Mass repossessions

4. Will we have breadlines?






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