The Worst Stock Market Crashes In History

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In this video, we will discover the causes and effects of four of the most recent large-scale stock market crashes in the United States. What causes a stock market crash? How can a market crash affect the overall economy? This video will provide you with an outline of four stock market crashes ranging from 1929 to 2008.

One of the earliest market crashes began in 1637 in which was known as the Tulip Mania Bubble. Since markets began, we have experienced times of growth followed by contraction. The four market crashes that we will discuss in this video are:

– 1929 Stock Market Crash, leading the Global economy into widespread depression throughout the 1930s
– 1987, also known as Black Monday, the market dropped as low as 22.6% in the span of a day
– 2000 Dot-Com Bubble
– 2008 Global Financial Crisis

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