Religious wars explode; Buddhists Burn Mosque in Myanmar

Religious wars explode; Buddhists Burn Mosque in Myanmar

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A Market crash can be viewed as a monumental tragedy or a splendid opportunity depending on what side of the fence you sit on. If you decided to pour all your money into the market close to the top, then it would be viewed as a tragic event. If on the other hand, you got in early and as the market trended higher, you banked some of your profits then it would be viewed as a splendid opportunity.  Crisis investing dictates that all disasters are nothing but opportunities, change the lens and the picture changes. Why Market Crashes are buying Opportunities 



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