Margin Debt: Investors Partying Like ...

Margin Debt: Investors Partying Like It's 1999

There are 2 comments on the The Motley Fool story from Nov 19, 2010, titled Margin Debt: Investors Partying Like It's 1999. In it, The Motley Fool reports that:

Many attributed at least part of the late '90s stock bubble to an increase in stocks bought on margin -- loans from a broker secured by an account's assets.

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john

Eatontown, NJ

#1 Nov 30, 2010
margin getting reined in on exchanges and certain commodities in shanghi.

Since: Mar 13

New York, NY

#2 Mar 2, 2013
How much credit card debt do you have?
How much debt do you have?
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