Meltdown The Men Who Crashed The World 4 Part Documentary

Market crashes always make a good case study. You learn a lot from them. The Stock Market Crash of 1929 was studied widely by academics and financial experts. The verdict that came out was that the stock market crash of 1929 could be easily averted. This is precisely what happened. Regulatory framework was tightened and bucket shops were closed. For 50 years everything worked well. In 1980s, a new thinking developed questions the regulatory framework thinking that it was too tough and didn’t allow markets to function to their fullest. This became the mantra now being called Reaganomics. Over the next 2 decades the financial regulatory framework that had been built to protect the markets from too much greed was loosened and the result stock market crash of 2008. Watch this 4 part video documentary Meltdown The Men Who Crashed The World which tries to explain in depth what had happened.