I recently did an interview for NPR where I answered listeners' questions about the credit crisis. Listen to the interview here.
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Good stuff, Bob.
What would happen if the government set a lower limit on the market at say 8000 or something? If the market dropped to 7999, trading would be stopped. Upon resuming, if the market trended down, it would stop again.
Seems like the market is doing exactly what the market feels (or fears) it will do these days and this might give people confidence that their losses have hit bottom.
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