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What happened in_1929_finalshow3

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  1. 1. What happened in 1929?Introduction Podcast Click above Presentation by Mr. Tim Dershem Next
  2. 2. Introduction-Table of Contents • What went wrong! 1929 • Indicators (Bull and Bear) Markets • Margin Trading • Black Tuesday • TGD Facts and FDIC • Interactive Activities • Biography and Final Thoughts Next Prev. Home
  3. 3. Let’s take a look! Click image for video Next Prev. Home
  4. 4. Panic! Crowd at Wall St. BULL Market versus BEAR Market http://www.investopedia.com/t erms/b/bearmarket.asp Next Prev. Home
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  8. 8. Black Tuesday Next Prev. HomeClick newspaper image for video
  9. 9. FDIC If you have less than $250,000 in Federal your deposit accounts, you do not need to worry; your funds are fully covered. DepositInsurance How it works http://www.fdic.gov/consumers/bankiCorporation ng/confidence/symbol.html#How Next Prev. Home
  10. 10. Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Next Prev. Home
  11. 11. Riches to Rags Next Prev. Home
  12. 12. Internet Search ActivityUsing the Internetand your favoritesearch engine.Click the dollarsign to the right toaccess stockmarket crashrelated questions. Next Prev. Home
  13. 13. Click icon above for music The End!Are you prepared with the financial tools to survive! Next Prev. Home
  14. 14. Next Prev. HomeBibliography• http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/modules/great_depression/index.cfm Mintz, S. (2007). Digital History. Retrieved February 10, 2009 from, http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu (fdr clipart)• “We’re in the Money,” lyrics by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren (from the film Gold Diggers of 1933, 19933)• FDIC logo retrieved from, http://www.fdic.gov/consumers/banking/confidence/symbol.html, February 10, 2009• All additional clipart images used and retrieved within Microsoft Word Clipart Gallery, retrieved February 2009.• Wall St. Bullet, Retrieved from www.moneyinstructor.com, February 9, 2009.• The stock market collapse in October of 1929 caught people by surprise and had long- term effects on the world wide economy. © 2003 Teachers Video• http://search.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?Nty=1&Ntx=mode+matchallpartial&Ntk

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