This is the worst bear market in a generation. It is even worse than 1929, when great traders like Jesse Livermore shorted a total of a million shares of various companies and made 100 million dollars. Jesse Livermore could not drive the market down, but he was smart enough to predict the inevitable in advance, took advantage of the downtrend and capitalized upon it. I wish I had his vision. It looks like sellers won't feel happy until most tech companies are brought down to a single digit. What can we do about it?