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#1 narco

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Posted 13 October 2008 - 08:28 PM

While bubblevision roars, just take a look at some of the dates for the other all-time DOW gains. We're in good company it seems. :lol:

Greatest DJIA Daily % Gains of All-Time

Rank Date Close Net Chg % Chg
1 15.03.1933 62,10 +8,26 +15,34
2 06.10.1931 99,34 +12,86 +14,87
3 30.10.1929 258,47 +28,40 +12,34
4 21.09.1932 75,16 +7,67 +11,36
5 21.10.1987 2.027,85 +186,84 +10,15
6 03.08.1932 58,22 +5,06 +9,52
7 11.02.1932 78,60 +6,80 +9,47
8 14.11.1929 217,28 +18,59 +9,36
9 18.12.1931 80,69 +6,90 +9,35

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Edited by narco, 13 October 2008 - 08:37 PM.

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#2 MOP

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Posted 13 October 2008 - 08:38 PM

While bubblevision roars, just take a look at some of the dates for the other all-time DOW gains. We're in good company it seems. :lol:

Greatest DJIA Daily % Gains of All-Time

Rank Date Close Net Chg % Chg
1 15.03.1933 62,10 +8,26 +15,34
2 06.10.1931 99,34 +12,86 +14,87
3 30.10.1929 258,47 +28,40 +12,34
4 21.09.1932 75,16 +7,67 +11,36
5 21.10.1987 2.027,85 +186,84 +10,15
6 03.08.1932 58,22 +5,06 +9,52
7 11.02.1932 78,60 +6,80 +9,47
8 14.11.1929 217,28 +18,59 +9,36
9 18.12.1931 80,69 +6,90 +9,35

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Oh dear ! :lol: Does'nt bode well then ?
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#3 Carld

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Posted 13 October 2008 - 08:57 PM

well spotted
How will the Global Economy play out 2005 onwards?

1. Global Housing Market Bubble Bursts
2. Global Bank Lending Implodes
3. Global Economy Begins to Contract
4. Global Banks begin to Fail
5. Global Unemployment Soars
6. Global Banks are Nationalised
7. Global Interest Rates are Lowered Dramatically to 0%
8. Global Quantitative Easing will be carried out on a Massive Scale

9. Global (Inflationary) Default on Debt - (Bond Market Collapse)
10. Global Dash For Assets
11. Global Hyperinflation
12. Global New Currencies introduced
13. Global Political Unrest & Change
14. Armageddon




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