Traffic Spike, part II: Google Trend

One of the comments in the prior post pointed to this Google chart:

Trend history: stock market crash


I’m not sure how reliable an indicator this is, since we are nowhere near the February China spike, but the market loss is greater. Do people get inured, or is this somehow not as bad?


Hey, can anyone get me the Google Trend data for the 1929 and 1987 crashes . . . ?


UPDATE January 19, 2008 7:03pm

I’m heading out for the evening, but here’s a few more:


Trend History: Recession


Trend History: Subprime

Have fun with this!

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