Economic Outlook Stock Market Bubble Burst?

by Wes Bridel on March 19, 2010

in Economic Updates

We’re continuing a series of economic updates which we started yesterday, today’s will focus on the possibility of an imminent stock market crash.  Several economic indicators point towards a stock market crash. Things like extremely low volatility and a very high percentage of financial newsletter writer and mutual fund managers being bullish. Signs like these are usually seen right before a stock market crash.

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