Mila Kunis has discovered stocks. The “Oz the Great and Powerful” actress is investing money she used to keep in cash, into the stock market. The market is currently booming – a condition known as “bullish.” Bulls toss the prices up. But is she making a wise decision? Experts warn, says Inquisitr on Saturday, March 16, that the stock market may be due for a crash.
Ironically, the very timing, when people like Mila Kunis discover stocks, frequently trips the market into free fall. When too many amateur investors toss in too much money too quickly, the market adjusts itself and everything goes down. A “bear” market. In other words, it crashes.
Experts are well aware of this tendency. They quickly make the opposite move, pulling their money out. This factor also leads to a “bear” market. Bears claw the prices down. There is danger in the air. Joseph Kennedy, father of President John F. Kennedy and a wise investor, has been quoted from the 1920s as saying: when shoeshine boys are giving out stock tips, it’s time to get out of the market. He did, before the big crash.
Financial Acrobat, who tweets financial news, agrees. “When people like @FoxonStocks and @RealMilaKunis start talking stocks, we are normally at the very end of a bull market.”
To make matters worse, Kim Kardashian tweeted a tip to buy Apple recently. That did not turn out well. Good luck, Mila Kunis, and hang on to your money.