Just to put things into perspective: After the fabulous gains on the stock market in the 1920s, the crash began just on Sep4th, 1929! pic.twitter.com/NYPrZ25vB5 — Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner) September
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by kimjungoon Yes I’m stating the obvious, there’s a bear market coming. However I’ve only seen technical analysis theories for a downturn in the near future, but I haven’t seen
by bio-mech For any Americans struggling to put into perspective the impact that Coronavirus is having here in the US, especially all of you assholes that refuse to stay home,
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The current flu season is now winding down. These are the Preliminary Burden Estimates for the 2019-2020 Flu Season from the CDC. Note that the figures for these four categories
The mortality rate for the coronavirus in the US continues to fall as more and more Americans are able to be tested. 12 days ago the US coronavirus mortality rate
by DamnTheAdmiralty I’ve been investing since some of you kid’s were in diapers; through the Russian debt crisis/LTCM bailout, Y2K, .Com bust, 9/11, Mortgage Meltdown and now COVID. The market
Let’s put the recent 12% downward blip into perspective: It started from record valuations, higher than 1929 and 2000. At the probable peak of the most extended business cycle ever.
Just to put things into perspective: Half of the US population spend more than their income. (via DB) pic.twitter.com/URlc8vH7Tv — Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner) January 18, 2020