8 reasons the market might crash
With the stock market at new highs, there's lots of chatter saying the next great crash is just around the corner. There are good reasons to expect a pullback, but what could set off something worse?
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i got a catalyst for you...
when government cant squeeze anymore money out of the people of this country to cover their thievery...when the congress of the united states destroys the working man of this country...
when there are no more consumers, for your service industry thievery to fleece
when there is chaos in the streets due to the poor not having what they need to live...
As long as the Federal Reserve can conjure up and print unlimited amounts of dollars, they can engineer any stock index price level they wish, and that’s exactly what they are doing right now.
I have gave the market a lot of thought and research. And, I have had many years experience with the market. Here is my opinion.
The market might crash, however it might just keep going up, then again it might go down a little then go back up some, but the market might go down quite a bit and then recover and go back up, however it might just stay about the same as it is now, but several things tell me it might not crash at all and go sky high, however it might crash and go through the floor, but there is a good chance it might double in the next couple years, however it might go down some and then go way up, but if it does go down it will come back up in a few days or at least years, but, I am just not completely sure which way it will go.
I knew you would want my expert advice and opinion. You're welcome, *('v')*
Reason 1. Because the house always wins.
Reason 2. Because the house always wins.
Reason 3. Because the house always wins.
Reason 4. Because the house always wins.
Reason 5. Because the house always wins.
Reason 6. Because the house always wins.
Reason 7. Because the house always wins.
Reason 8. Because the house always wins.
And, unions have been busted, millions laid off, benefits cut, etc - cost basis of companies is much less than it was 5 years ago. A lot of room for upward prices.
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[BRIEFING.COM] The drive for five continued today and it was a success. For the fifth straight session, the S&P 500 ended lower. Like the previous four sessions, though, the losses were fairly modest in scope. The S&P 500 declined 0.4%, bringing its total loss for the five sessions to 22 points or 1.2%. All in all, that still qualifies as a pretty tame slide considering the S&P 500 had risen 150 points, or 9.1%, over the previous eight weeks.
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