Feb 21 2009

Stock Market Volatility is Back: Approaching a Decade of Lost Returns on Investments. The S&P 500 can fall another 42%.

The stock market is off to a horrible start for 2009.  Many thought that things could not get worse than what we experienced in 2008.  Yet market volatility, a sign of an unhealthy economy, is still with us and appearing again in a ferocious way.  From January 4, 2008 to February 21, 2008 the S&P […]

Oct 31 2008

Markets Face Worst October since 1987: Dow Jones Industrial Average on Pace for Worst Year to Date Record since 1931.

At the start of Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 36.83% for the year.  How bad was that?  Let us put it this way, the only two years with more Shakespearean tragic one year performances were in 1907 and 1931.  That is how significant this crash is.  Even with the amazing recovery of […]

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