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17 September 2021
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This bull market could prevent a stock market crash

The Motley Fool UK

14/09/2021 - 18:07

Much has been made of a potential stock market crash in the coming months. Charles Archer thinks there's two sides to this story. The post This bull market could prevent a stock market crash appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.


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  45. If market crashes due to a return of the delta variant. Will the inflation FUD people try to claim the crash like Michael Burry? (17/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Over the last 5 months several people having been saying the market was going to crash due to inflation and the money printing done by the Fed. If market tanks due to new lockdowns or restrictions. Will Burry and his crew admit they were wrong in their reasons for a crash. or it a situation where they will then claim they called it.   submitted by   /u/WickedSensitiveCrew [link]   [comments]
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  46. How low does this go and when to buy? (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So of course I want to try buy this dip when it bottoms out. Currently I am holding cash for that occasion. I am wondering what is everyones current theories about this market dip. Will it crash? Will it start recovering tomorrow? will it continue dipping for a week or a month? Personally I am expecting most of this week to be red. Though I think we may see it start to recover by earliest friday otherwise in a week or two. I don't think this is the crash. I think the market is inflated and I think there very likely could be a crash later on in the year, But right now I think people are just reacting to the idea that there could likely be a crash in the future. Similar to when we see overhype around good news for a stock and it skyrockets and then corrects. I think this is overhyped fear. Anyway A lot of valuable companies have currently dropped to very appetizing lows. So What are you're predictions and what are you aiming to buy on the dip and when?   submitted by   /u/lostduck86 [link]   [comments]
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  47. MarketWatch Options Trader: As the S&P 500 falters, this is what it will take to revive the bull market (17/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    The stock market's key level is 4190.
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  48. Should I keep my VOO through a market crash? (24/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi everyone, I’ve been investing for a few months but I’ve given up on the excitement of picking individual stocks. I’ve decided to go full on VOO with maybe some apple shares on the side. I was wondering if keeping VOO through a hypothetical market crash is the right strategy or if there’s some other strategy I should utilize during a recession/crash? Thanks for reading! :)   submitted by   /u/BravePooper [link]   [comments]
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  49. Recent China Afterschool Stock Crash (01/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    China announced that they will ban all for profit after school tutoring companies which will cause all Chinese education stocks to plummet. How bad does this new stock crash affect companies from getting into the education market in the Asia region? FYI: I’m not very knowledgeable in stocks just a market researcher here   submitted by   /u/idkwhat2putasmyuserr [link]   [comments]
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