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Sunday, 14 March 2010

The Opportunity of a Lifetime - Again

In People We Trust, Not

In 1907 there was a nasty credit crunch. Then there was a financial crisis during the World War I and its aftermath, followed by the Wall Street Crash and the Great Depression. After World War II there was another market slump as everyone expected a repeat of the crashes after the US Civil War and World War I.

This was followed by the rise and fall of the Nifty Fifty, an eighteen year long market hiatus with an oil supply crisis thrown in, the unexplained crash of 1987, the Asian Crisis, the Long Term Capital debacle, the dot com crash and, with neat symmetry, another credit crunch. With clockwork precision an investing opportunity of a lifetime has arisen once a decade, if not more often.

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