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    Stock Market Tragedy

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    exponential economic growth, things took a turn for the worst. Many unsuspecting victims went about their normal day unaware of the tragedy about to befall them on that fateful October morning. On October 29, 1929, the continually expanding bubble that was the stock market finally burst. People watched in awe as the stock market came crashing down in smoldering ruins as they hustled to trade in their stock for whatever money was offered for them. Whatever stock was sold only pulled a fraction of the value that was paid by the individual. No matter how many stocks were sold, buying on margin caused most people to be in huge debt and with no…

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    increase wealth or maintain it. Altogether, throughout life there is an importance to invest so that when the stage to retire occurs I can “cash out” with the most money, with this in mind, when I am at a juvenile age it’s preeminent for me to invest in stocks, during my midlife it is the most optimum interval to invest in residential housing, and lastly when I acquire an elder age that will be the most fitting time for me to invest in the money market. It is a known fact that there is a…

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    Stock Market Game

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    When you take part in The Stock Market Game, you are in a real-world situation where you practice the content and skills you’re taught in math, English Language Arts, economics, social studies, and other school subjects. Most importantly, The Stock Market Game will help you develop positive money habits and prepare you for your future. The stock market game mostly taught me that sometimes you fail and it cannot be the worst fail ever. I still ended making more money than I had before so it was…

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    people without jobs. The stock market crash of 1929 was a very important event in United States history. This was a pivotal moment in the United States because of the drastic change it had on american lives. In order to fully understand how big of a deal this was a person needs to know a few basic ideas including, what are stocks, the stock market boom of the early 1920’s, what caused the crash, the effects of the crash, and how they fixed it. “Stocks are ownership stakes in a company”…

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    The Stock Market Crash

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    The stock market has long befuddled Americans because of its complexity and uncertainty. There have been strategies on how to attack the stock market, however, about 80% of people still lose money. A strategy to combat this is to diversify your assets to avoid having your investment crash if a company fails. This is, however, becoming an increasing issue due to 10% of the market index consisting of just 3 companies and 50% being comprised of only 50 companies. These companies became so large…

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    The Stock Market Challenge For this topic we were set a task to submit a report that aims to analyse and evaluate the financial performance of an organisation we each individually chose for the stock market challenge. To begin with I chose the company Glencore to invest £100,000 in. It is said that Glencore is one of the world’s largest diversified natural resource companies, producing and marketing over 90 commodities, with a network that spans more than 50 countries and around 181,000…

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    economy, the growth and development of stock market of any country depends on the financial system and economic fundamentals. The well established financial system provides the necessary financial inputs for the production and services. The strong economic policies and economic indicators are support the standard of living of people and influence the growth of an economy. Before, liberalization, privatization and globalization, most of the economy as consider as closed economy, the growth and…

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    In the 1930’s the stock market crashed. The people's faith in a confusing concept is why it crashed. Stock has always been under a shroud of confusion when people tried to make money off of it.Everyone became intrested in stock around the 1930’s people all thought it was an easy way to make money, but when the fundamental value of stock is so over habituated, people often forget that if the company goes bad, the stock goes bad. Stocks crash for many reasons, one main reason is when a bubble…

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    The Stock Market Project

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    Before the Stock Market Project, I did not know a lot about buying and selling stocks and how the market works. Throughout this project I learned about how difficult the stock market can be and got a glimpse of how it works. The first thing I took away from this assignment is you really need to know what you are doing before you start buying stock. On a daily basis, stock prices are rising and falling constantly and it takes a tremendous amount of time and effort to follow the market and make…

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    Stock Market Causes

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    A stock is a type of ownership in a company where a person is a part of the company’s assets and earnings. Common and preferred are the two types of stock. Common stock is where the owner is entitled to vote at meetings and obtain dividends, while preferred stock does not have the right to vote, but has a higher claim on earnings than common stock. Meanwhile, a stock market is a market where shares of corporations are issued and traded through exchanges. Some examples of stock markets in the…

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