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Originally posted by thegoods724
anyone out there explain the hang seng index why it has flatelined, did they hit a dropping point to halt trades or what?
nvm looks like it happens everyday
edit on 5-8-2011 by thegoods724 because: (no reason given)
it will ALWAYS be an ounce of gold...
Gold has been money for 5-6 thousand years...
but they didnt want to trade for your blueberry pie, you could give them gold for their good instead...
Originally posted by dreamfox1
Wall Street Plunges on Economic Fears; Dow Sinks More Than 500 Points; S&P, Nasdaq Down 4%; VIX Soars 30%- Reuters
Stock investors face a number of worries. Congress and the administration must resume their debates over spending cuts to avoid a possible credit downgrade. Evidence of economic weakness has recently increased, raising fear of a return to a recession. A spreading debt crisis in Europe has also threatened to hit the global economy. ... » read more
finance.yahoo.com...edit on 4/5/2011 by dreamfox1 because: info
Originally posted by AeonStorm
reply to post by OuttaTime
I can understand the drop in the global markets .... however .... GOLD AND OIL dropped? ..... This goes against everything that i believe when it comes to investing.
Are things to a point where the only possible safe investments is directly related to food, shelter, and warmth? If so what companies should we be looking at for major gains and which companies are going to tank?
Peace and Respect,
Originally posted by RaKeZ
$16 Trillion in secret loans to Banks/Companies in a two year span?
Originally posted by TheRedneck
The recession/depression.is not over. It's not even stable. It will not become stable until the corruption in the financial industry is wiped out, and that will not happen until the stock market has a full crash. That crash may be imminent now, or this correction may, like the last one, simply be another warning by economic forces.