I was on vacation this past week, but I happened to be up early Thursday, and junkie that I am, flipped on CNBC; I posted these comments early — Terror Attack in London — and then emailed them to my traders, sales people, brokers and mailing list. They got fairly carried widely in the MSM.

Wikipedia has a fairly comprehensive overview of what happened when;

Flickr has lots of photos from on the ground, tagged 7/7 Community (formerly London Bomb Blasts);

• The Stock Trader’s Almanac looked at the history of How Crises Impact Markets;

• The WSJ had an interesting look at Post-Terror Market Responses looking at the Embassy bombings  in Kenyan/Tanzania, the Yemen USS Cole attack, and the Madrid train bombings; (if no WSJ subscription, click here);

• Both the WSJ and the NYT  showed minute by minute reactions  to the attack in London (if no WSJ subscription, click here);

•  There is a very specific reason why I approach this subject with a "Clinical Objectivity;" For some insight into why, read this: The Goal of Terror & the Global Economy   

That’s an overview of some recent thoughts and resources on London 7/7, and its impact on Markets.

Category: Markets, Psychology, War/Defense

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