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Dow 36,000 - Wikipedia

The Dow was pushed down by the bursting of the dot-com bubble as the NASDAQ peaked in 2000 and bottomed out in 2002, and by the September 11 attacks in 2001. The Dow fell below 8,000 in 2002 and remained below 12,000 until 2006.
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Dow 36,000: The New Strategy for Profiting from the …

Dow 36, 000: The New Strategy for Profiting from the Coming Rise in the Stock Market | James Glassman, Kevin Hassett | ISBN: 9780609806999 | Kostenloser ...
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Why I Was Wrong About 'Dow 36,000' …

In 1999, I co-authored a book called "Dow 36,000" that became, in some circles, a notorious symbol for bullishness about the stock market. While the book ...
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Dow 36000 Revisited - WSJ

When our book, "Dow 36,000," was published in September 1999, the Dow Jones Industrial Average stood at 10318. The Dow closed yesterday at 8736. What went wrong? Actually, nothing. Despite its flamboyant title, "Dow 36,000" was a book of sober explanation, not of wild prognostication.
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Mr. Dow 36,000 reflects on the

14.08.2018 · The investorati lost its mind over James K. Glassman’s “Dow 36,000” after it was released in 1999. The Dow Jones industrial average was already in the clouds at …
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The return of ‘Dow 36,000’ - …

Their book of the forecast, “Dow 36,000 — The New Strategy for Profiting from the Coming Rise in the Stock Market,” published six months before the market peaked, became a best seller. The two gurus laughed all the way to the bank. Main Street cried all the way to the poorhouse. Today, it is like déjà vu all over again.
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Dow 36,000 - The Atlantic

At the start of this year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was about 9,000. If the Dow, representing the entire market, tripled, then dividend yields would decline to their "perfectly reasonable" level—the level at which stocks put the same amount into your pocket as bonds.
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Dow 36, 000: The New Strategy for …

Dow 36, 000: The New Strategy for Profiting from the Coming Rise in the Stock Market [James K. Glassman, Kevin A. Hassett] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping ...
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Why Donald Trump needs to read

And of course the book has remained a byword for bad market forecasts. Only three months after publication, the bubble burst. Three years later, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had sunk to 7,200.
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