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What Causes Market Crashes

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What Causes Market Crashes

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Many different factors can cause a stock market crash so in “What Causes Market Crashes” I examine 5 different types of triggers using historical examples to see what we can learn and apply to today.

The goal of the video is not to spread fear of an imminent crash but to show you that crashes can be helpful as they provide us with better entry points into the market.

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Timestamps
00:00 Introduction
00:28 Asset Bubbles Popping
09:26 Politics
11:54 Natural Disasters
14:38 Bankruptcy & Financial Scandal
16:10 Flash Crashes

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All information is given for educational purposes and is not financial advice. Ramin does not provide recommendations and is not responsible for investment actions taken by viewers. Figures that are quoted refer to the past and past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

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