In order to deal with the stock market crash 2020, we need to have a perspective and an overview of 100 years of the market’s history and conduct a thorough stock market analysis. The financial markets are sure in panic mode due to the novel coronavirus and the developing lockdown that continues to hit various industries in the US and internationally…
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Stock Market Crash 2020
Things are uncertain, and obviously, I can’t stress enough the impotence of staying home and practicing social distancing so that we can at least flatten the curve so hospitals are not overwhelmed more than they already are right now…
Before we get into this, I would like to hear from you.. are you practicing social distancing? Head over to the comment section and let me know…
Unfortunately, since there are still people out there not taking this seriously, we don’t know how long the Coronavirus impact is going to continue in the US… But when it comes to the stock market, we do have a roadmap.
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Stock Market Crash Study – Dow Jones 100 Year History Analysis
Today I’m going to take a look at 100 years of the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index (DJI) history to see how it behaved in the past… And unless COVID-19 is the apocalypse that’s going to end humanity, I have a feeling history is going to repeat itself.
Here are some of the major market crashes in the past 100 years:
- The Great Crash (1929)
- The Collapse of Bretton Woods System (1973)
- Black Monday (1987)
- Dotcom Bubble Burst (2001)
- Subprime Mortgage Crisis (2008)
- Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic stock market crisis (2019)
In this market crash study, I look at the timeline, the speed of recovery and the damage to the global wealth in order to prepare for the market crash of 2020.
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