American Culture in the 1920s

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Substance:. - What is Wall Street?. - Why do individuals purchase stocks and shares?. - What happened to the cost of stocks and partakes in the 1920s/cases of organizations that were affected. - Henry Ford. What is Wall Street?. - Wall Street is a road of tall office structures. The most popular of the structures is the New York Stock Exchange. This is the place every one of the stocks and shares of each kind can be branch

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´╗┐American Society in the 1920s Stockbrokers

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- What is Wall Street? - Why do individuals purchase stocks and shares? Substance: - What happened to the cost of stocks and partakes in the 1920s/cases of organizations that were affected - Henry Ford

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- Wall Street is a road of tall office structures. The most renowned of the structures is the New York Stock Exchange . This is the place every one of the stocks and shares of each kind can be purchased and sold . What is Wall Street? Money Street

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The primary reason individuals purchase stocks and shares are on the grounds that they feel that what they contribute would increase and they would pick up a great deal of wage. Why do individuals purchase stocks and shares? =

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cost of stocks and shares Stocks rose 65% in the years somewhere around 1920 and 1929. Compensation expanded just 25%. Before 1920 individuals acquired cash just to begin a business/purchase a house. - They would then profit and after that would return it. What happened to the in the 1920s In the 1920s, without precedent for history, Americans acquired to live more charmingly. They strayed into the red. In 1929, Wall Street crashes as New York costs dive.

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Companies 3 rd September 13. Nov 1929 Companies that were influenced

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Profile Year of Birth: 1863, During the American Civil War Year of Death: 1947 Place of Birth: Dearborn, Michigan, USA Parents: William Ford and Mary Litogot Child[ren]: Edsel Ford Spouse: Clara Bryant Occupation: Engineer, Pioneer Car Manufacturer Relation to Stocks: The essential thought is that supervisors, experts, hourly laborers, and stockholders are all accomplices in the endeavor. The main route for every shareholder to get a greater bit of the pie is to make the pie greater. He additionally thought: the share trading system, retailing, and the legislature does not make esteem or increase the value of anything. He earned a place in the word reference: Henry Ford

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Credits Executive Producer Owen Kang Information Advisors Akash Sureka & Owen Kang Graphics, Design & Effects Owen Kang Pictures and Images Akash Sureka & Owen Kang Distributor KGV Handouts Owen Kang With Special Thanks to: Arthur Chan and Dan Cheng

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