How To Invest After The Stock Market Crash

Problems with our recent economy have caused many to fear that we’re in for big trouble. The initial crash occurred on Black Thursday (October 24, 1929), but it was the catastrophic downturn of Black Monday and Tuesday (October 28 and October 29, 1929) that precipitated widespread panic and the onset of unprecedented and long-lasting consequences for the United States.Stock Market CrashStock Market CrashStock Market Crash

That very same day in defiance the Chinese stock market went roaring up. Some might say this would show how wrong Greenspan was, however we all know that at the very top of any stock market there is an rational frenzy of buying. The crash was followed by the Great Depression , the worst economic crisis of modern times that plagued the stock market and Wall Street throughout the 1930s. Although there were worrisome declines in March across the board and in certain stocks during the summer, there was no stock market crash until the fall. One purchaser-reportedly a messenger boy-bought a block of the stock for $1 a share. Market crash is specifically associated with human psychology and mass movement.

As of today, August 2016, I feel there is something wrong with most of the stocks traded in the US. It is possible that many popular stocks are overpriced, and when they will crash, this may lead to a general panic that may put in danger the stock indexes.

In fact, every time the Fed Reserve mentions raising the interest rate, you can see a sudden and sharp decline in the market. Even after the stock market collapse, however, politicians and industry leaders continued to issue optimistic predictions for the nation’s economy. This will make the whole economies to go into depression which is the worst things that can happen. The intent is to boost the housing market by lowering mortgage rates even further.

Even though the U.S. stock market has had several crashes since Black Tuesday in 1929, these countermeasures have helped to prevent another crash as devastating as the one that preceded the Great Depression. Until then, enjoy the ride up, because there’s going to be nothing fun about the stock market when this thing begins to tank. I received a dream and other signs, pointing to 2015 as the pivotal year of the start of America’s fall.