Monday, June 11, 2012
Even non-investors in the stock market love a mystery. The news of the $125 billion bail-out of Spain's banks sent the U. S. stock market into rip-roaring take-off mode. After a 150-point surge, investors figured, "Wait a minute. This doesn't fix anything for very long." The market turned around and fell 149 points below its opening. Did stock brokers urge their clients to jump in? Did they urge them not to? Couldn't brokers, or even mild experts see that coming? Did they do enough to caution investors? Was the original surge staged by investors who don't like to hear or heed any advice? Writer-professor- scientist-inventor ADRIAN VANCE visits Sara and Barry with his traditional trusty illumination system to let the public be informed.
Posted by Sara Pentz at 4:51 PM