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1929: The Great Crash

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Presumably because this October its been a (fibonacci) 8 decades since the great crash.

In 1929 the market topped out on Sept 3rd.

The recent top was a few days before the end of August, on 6 MONTHS of declining volume and prognostications that the recession is over.

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Presumably because this October its been a (fibonacci) 8 decades since the great crash.

In 1929 the market topped out on Sept 3rd.

The recent top was a few days before the end of August, on 6 MONTHS of declining volume and prognostications that the recession is over.

Yup, then Krustie, at 8, then "The the Collapse of Lehman Brothers" at 9."

Think I'll go out ! :lol:

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The crash is so last quarter. Its all back to normal with the run up to the GE.
Yes the recovery has traction.

Its getting too bullish round here. <_<

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Presumably because this October its been a (fibonacci) 8 decades since the great crash.

In 1929 the market topped out on Sept 3rd.

The recent top was a few days before the end of August, on 6 MONTHS of declining volume and prognostications that the recession is over.

well I can't miss this golden opportunity:

chart of pompous prognosticators ;)

pick a number.....

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