Why did the stock market crash?

A few weeks ago, I took my two children to the local park and got them to sit in a circle around a giant red dot.

When the dot reached the centre of the circle, a large bird flew into it.

That bird, which was a silver macaw, was one of the many birds that flew into the dot in the past two years.

In 2016, the dot hit a new low of $30, and the next year, it hit a high of $400,000.

The bull market was over, but the bull market has not ended.

The dot has been bouncing around and it’s not clear how long it will remain at the current price.

And what if, as it does each year, the bull crashes again and the dot falls again?

This week’s edition of my podcast, titled Why did it crash?

has the answers to those questions.

As with many things, the answer is that a lot of the people who make the decisions about investing in a market are not as smart as they think they are.

What do I mean by smart?

For one thing, I’m not trying to imply that people are really good at forecasting or investing.

It’s just that they are highly informed about the market, and they have a strong sense of where markets are going and what the market is going to do next.

I’m talking about the kind of people who can read financial markets and understand what’s going on with them, who understand the market in the context of the market.

Another important thing about investing is that people who are highly educated in financial markets are able to predict what the future will bring.

When you have that kind of knowledge, it’s hard to make a bad decision.

How do I know if someone is a smart investor?

Well, for starters, the person you invest with is likely to be highly educated.

If you’re a financial adviser, the odds are that you’ve been in a job for at least 15 years.

If the person who you’re investing with has been doing something like that for 20 years, chances are that they’ve also been doing a lot more than a bit of reading and research.

If that person has also done a lot, or at least a lot in a relatively short period of time, the chances are they’ll be highly knowledgeable.

And the person with the knowledge is likely also highly educated and has been in financial services for at a minimum of five years.

So, if you’re looking to invest in a stock, a fund, or a mutual fund, the first thing you should do is to get a feel for what kind of person they are and how much they know about investing.

If you do the math, it becomes obvious that someone who is highly educated will know how to estimate the return that a stock will earn over the long run.

But that doesn’t mean that they’ll know how much a fund or mutual fund will earn in the short run.

So, if someone has the knowledge of investing but isn’t particularly interested in investing, that person is not likely to make an accurate prediction.

But if you ask someone who has the information, they’ll tell you that they have made their best guess.

That is, they have come to the conclusion that the stock will have a high return over the next few years and that the price of the stock is unlikely to be affected by anything outside of that forecast.

And this is why there are often calls for people to invest exclusively in stocks that have high growth rates, low volatility, and low volatility returns.

For instance, the stock that has the best growth rates for growth and returns the highest is the S&P 500, which has a return of 7.6% a year and is one of a number of large companies with high growth and low costs of capital.

The S&amps has a low volatility and a high cost of capital and a market capitalization of $12.7 trillion.

If those factors are right, then you’re likely to get an excellent return on your investment.

But if you look at the data that shows the S &Ps return over a longer period of years, you will see that the S and the P’s have been overvalued.

They’re not in a position to provide you with a good return for the money you’re paying for them.

So that makes them a bad investment.

You’ll also find that the people you invest in with the best returns are not the ones you’d expect to invest, because they tend to be extremely educated.

So if you see someone who’s incredibly smart, you’re going to want to get that person to tell you a lot about investing, as well as to explain how they can tell you how to invest the money.

Finally, if your investment is in a very good stock, that’s probably not a bad thing.

The good news is that the market tends to

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