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4-30-2009 @ 6:31PM
^If we had a market like that now I would *imagine* it would be more stable. If every person had a few stocks in the companies of their choice, instead of one investment company investing in thousands if not hundreds of thousands of stocks, They wouldn't have the problem if you decide to take out your cash, they're fine. However, if the company that was supporting them decides to call it quits and takes out their stocks. That company just lost most if it's confidence with any others who had stocks in their confidence. Causing them to withdraw, causing the overall stocks to take a *huge* dive, which in turn could very well cause layoffs and bankruptcy. Unfortunately that is not the world that we live in today.
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