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Activist Post: Stunning Chart: Today’s Stock Market is Eerily Reminiscent of 1929…

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cryptogon.com » Eerie Parallels: Chart of Dow Jones Industrial Average 1928-1929 vs. Today

from Daily Intelligencer

Five Charts That Matter More Than the Dow Jones Industrial Average

"As you have no doubt heard, the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached an all-time intraday high today and will probably close at a record level tonight barring a late sell-off. There are any number of reasons why this fact isn't as important as it seems, including the fact that the Dow is just a price-weighted basket of 30 arbitrarily chosen stocks, and the fact that it isn't adjusted for inflation (if it were, it would still be 8 percent below 2000's high mark)."

from Follow The Money

Graph Picture..DJIA price pattern is the same as that leading to the 1929 crash

Crash coming..?? .DJIA price pattern is the same as that leading to the 1929 crash

from Daily Intelligencer

Five Charts That Matter More Than the Dow Jones Industrial Average

"Today, as [this] chart shows, the average unemployed person is out of a job for roughly 35 weeks. And as Yellen also noted in her speech last month, the number of people who are working part-time in order to make ends meet, at jobs they are likely overqualified for, is still distressingly high."

from WWD

Apple Still Number One, Fast-Fashion Dips Among Millennials

Millennial Brand Ranking: Apple Still Number One Fast-Fashion Dips