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  • bgdoors bgdoors Mar 1, 2001 9:20 AM Flag

    In late 1928, Radio Corp. of Amer


    was trading at 420 & split 5 to 1 (shades of Rambus). A few months later Otis Elevator traded at 401, Auburn Auto at 390, GE at 347 & U.S. Steel at 223. Oh the good ol days. By 1932 Radio had dropped to 2 1/2. The first Tech. Wreck. The more things change, the more they stay the same. From Jesse Livermore to J.P. Morgan to A.P. Giannini, this book is AMAZING. "The Day the Bubble Burst,", by Gordon Thomas & Max Morgan-Witts, Doubleday 1979. 4unas.

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    • go with the odds and odds are we will not have a depression but ANOTHER recovery just like the past 75 years.

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      • The day that private investors and the companies they invest in get some real balls and do not let the gov't rule our investments is when we will take back control of our money now being held hostage by types like Greenie and the Street. A little economic civil war ought to get their attention. Like boycotting all taxation through an organized national effort...but, the everyday investor is a coward and a sheep and the gov't knows it and continues to do what it pleases until we are buried, economically and physically. Some fine day.......

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