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1929年,美國股市崩盤
1928年休伯特.胡佛膺選總統,讓美國人對他們的來日充裕銳意。胡佛似乎就是那個能夠帶領美國經濟繼續興盛的人,他曾經是工程師和商人,他還擔任過政府的商務部長,他懂經濟,而且他對公營經濟的來日充裕銳意。在1929年3月一個陰雨天,胡佛騎馬走過華盛頓賓夕法尼亞小道,jokes.正式成爲美國總統。他對喝彩的人群說:“我對我們國度的來日沒有什麽可憂慮的,Yo Mama Jokes.我們的來日充裕希望。”本周,我們就向你講述休伯特.胡佛所帶領的共和黨政府的故事。
美國公共對美國經濟充裕銳意的最分明例子是股票市場。美國紐約證券交往所以股票周密飛騰來招待新總統的到來。在胡佛膺選總統後的幾個月裏,美國股票價值就像火箭一樣直線飛騰,股票價值從一百美元漲到二百美元,Really Funny Short Jokes.Game.再漲到三百美元、四百美元。Funny.許多男男女女在一夜之間就暴富。媒體和經濟專家們延續提倡美國人在股票價值還沒有到達更高前急忙采辦股票。一次又一次,人們聽到,有若幹好多人買到了持續增加的美國公司股票而緻富。有一家媒體這樣說:“永遠不要賣空美國。”另一家媒體則說道:Short.“任何人都會發财的。”
在胡佛膺選總統後,面對美國股票火箭式飛騰,一些經濟專家首先憂慮了。胡佛總統自身也敦促證券委員會官員們要确保交往的誠信和平和,同時他還核準美國聯邦證券委員會進步銀行間的拆借利率。但是,這兩項措施都沒能反對人們将大宗的資金投向投票市場。有一些專家從1929年夏日的經濟數據中看到了緊急的苗頭。Clean Funny Short Jokes.房地産建設項目降低,工業企業産量降低,美國人均勻消磨支出急劇降低,而且工業品、工作以及物價都首先降低。這些專家警惕說,美國現有經濟實力無法支撐現在延續飛騰的股價。他們說,當一家公司的發賣維護不變的情景下,其股票不能夠飛騰四倍,Really.這高股價并不能真正反映公司的價值,這樣的高股價是興辦在人們對财富愚笨的意向基礎上的,這是不确實的。
但是股票價值仍在飛騰,Scary.多頭仍在繼續做多。一年中,險些所有的股票價值都飛騰了一倍。在美國,險些所有的人都在采辦股票,Joke of the Day.Short Funny Jokes.哪怕是沒有什麽錢的人或沒有什麽經濟學問的人,也都在買股票。有一位賣衣服的人從一位到他店買衣服的證券經紀人那取得提倡,從而賺了20萬美元。一位護士在醫院聽到某一私人說有一家好公司,于是她也賺了3萬美元。在美國肖似的例子千千萬。到1929年9月初,美國股票市場的指數到達了昔日十八個月的最高點。Scary.威斯丁豪斯公司(Westinghouse compthe besty)的股票價值從91美元飛騰到313美元,阿納康達銅業公司(Anair-cononda Copper compthe besty)的股票價值從54美元飛騰到136美元,撮合碳化物公司(Union Carplair-cone a bete)的股票價值從145美元飛騰到413美元。生活就像是夢一樣,但和所有的夢一樣,夢都是不能夠永世的。
在1929年9月,美國股市不再飛騰,funny.在今後的一個半月中,股市首先下跌,但還是遲鈍公開跌。但是,到10月底,驟然有一天,美國股市崩盤了,股票價值急劇下跌,跌幅最大的一些股票一天下跌了5、10、20美元。Funny.所有人都想抛出股票,One Liners.可是沒有人買。恐懼心思席卷整個證券市場,人們吃虧錢的速度遠遠跨越他們赢利的速度。
到星期四這一天,Joke of the Day.美國股市完全潰散了,人們将這一天稱之爲“黑色的星期四”,這一天,意味着美國人股票夢幻滅了。這一天是從兜售潮首先的。全國各地的人都向他們的股票經紀人收回異樣的指令:賣!不論什麽價值,必需賣。但沒有一私人買,于是價值就急劇下跌。Really Funny Jokes.蒙哥馬利沃德店(Montgomery Ward store)的股票價值在一天中就從83美元下跌到50美元,美國無線電播送公司的股票價值在短短幾個小時内就從68美元下跌到44美元,下跌了24美元。股票價值越來越低。美國幾位大銀熟稔在沿路閉會磋商如何反對股票狂抛潮,Extremely Funny Jokes,4512One Liners_R.省得造成災難性效果,Funniest.他們一緻準許大宗采辦股票,Funniest Short Jokes.以反對股票再次兜售。這些銀熟稔舉動迅速,在兩天之内,股票價值取得了固定。maze.但随後,就像雪崩一樣,股票價值再次狂跌,股票價值一經到跌到了令人訝異的低點。有一家商報這樣寫到:“最近這一周,一經證明世界上最大的股票市場迎來了有史以來最大的災難。Jokes.”
美國股市的暴漲,摧毀了有數美國人的生活。維瑪.One Liners.在短短的幾周裏,股票持有者們吃虧了300億美元,這相當于美國列入一戰的總支出。有些商人無法承受這個本相,他們從樓房上跳下自裁。本相上,在那時還有一則笑話,說的是賓館老闆面對來賓館的人,不得不問一句,你們來是想住宿呢還是想跳樓?但是,game.股票市場的潰散使得這則笑話讓人無法發笑,它摧毀了美國人大局限的積貯。更爲蹩腳的是,股市潰散讓有數的美國人對他們的經濟首先憂慮,并失?相信,他們對來日诰日會怎樣不敢确定。Jokes.商人們不再投資建新廠或營業,他們要等等,看下一步會發作什麽。如此就削減了産量,從而也就使許多工人賦閑。越來越少的工薪金作,也就意味着越來越少的人能夠有錢去采辦商品,而越來越少的人去采辦商品,Maze.也就意味着人們對産品的需求降低,如此一來,Really.在很短的年光内,美國經濟的災難駕臨了。
爲什麽股票市場會崩盤呢?一個來由就是人們把太多的錢投入到股市中,由于每一私人都以爲股票價值會一直飛騰,人們采辦股票所支撥的錢遠遠跨越股票自身的價值,而人們希望股票繼續飛騰,好讓他們以更高的價值将股票賣進來。這就像孩子們玩的氣球一樣,越吹越大,最終爆炸。Funniest.但股市崩盤,還有一些重要的來由。一個是工業成本太高而工人的工資太低,5%的人具有美國三分之一的國民支出,每個工人沒有足夠的錢去采辦工廠所出産進去的各種新的商品。Yo Mama Jokes.另一個來由是一些公司沒有把足夠的錢投入到新廠和設備中。還有一個來由是證券市場自身監管方面的題目,它允許那些沒有若幹好多錢的人也到股票市場買賣股票。
還有幾項政府的政策也促使1929年美國股市的潰散。政府的稅收政策使得窮人越富而窮人越窮,政府對貨币供給缺少有用的駕禦,就是當美國經濟面臨災難性危機時也是如此。Jokes.美國股市的潰散标志着美國經濟大蕭瑟的首先。jokes_scary.美國經濟大蕭瑟是美國有史以來最冗長、最苦楚,吃虧最爲緊張的經濟危機。這次大蕭瑟使數百萬美國人遭遇其難,Maze.而且也改動了美國的政治走向,它還将成爲改動世界事勢的重要氣力,short.并最終引發第二次世界大戰。下周,我們将向你講述美國的經濟大蕭瑟。
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令人恐慌的股市大潰散,其起源源于人們自身的無窮貪心。縱然本文中就美國股市的潰散剖判了幾個來由,但我以爲真正的來由還是由人類自身貪心所确定的。
美國經濟資曆了上世紀二十年代快捷興盛的時期,jokes.從而給人們造成了一種可以胡作非爲的意向,從而激收回人類心坎的那種無窮制的貪心願望。而這種貪心願望最好的發洩場所就是股市。
而股市的潰散所引發的經濟大蕭瑟,其起源也是由人們自身的貪心所确定的。貪心,豈論是向利還是避災,都是一樣的。scary.于是發者越發,一直發到不能再發時,潰散了!越避越難,一直難到不能再難時,于是轉機也就展示了。這一切都是由人的私心确定的。
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