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A 1920's Reporter stands in front of a backdrop that has Wall Street sign and Stock Market sign.  There is a calendar that reads October 24, 1929.

REPORTER

Here we are at the stock exchange in (1.)____________________________ and we have exciting news from one of the leading economists in (2.)____________________________ named Irving "(3.)_______________ Fisher.

IRVING

Uh... we're not in (1).___________. We're in New York. 

REPORTER

Whatever.  So tell us your (4.)_____________ news.

IRVING

I have studied the market and I have come to the conclusion that "Stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau."

Reporter

So you're saying that this (5.)_____________ will never end?

IRVING

What?

REPORTER

I said (5.)____________ market.

IRVING

You mean bull market?

REPORTER

Whatever.  And there's the opening (6.)__________________.

IRVING

I love to hear the sound of the opening (6.)_____________ that starts things each day.

REPORTER

Uh... people don't look very happy.

IRVING

What's going on?

Someone comes out and changes the green arrow to a red one going down.  Someone else throws white number paper rolls in the air.

REPORTER

The stocks are falling!  The stocks are falling!

IRVING

This is (7.)_____________________.  It's fallen 11%!

REPORTER

That's what they refer to as a (8.)_________________ market.

IRVING

BEAR market.  Bear not (8.)______________________.

REPORTER

So what do you have to say now Mr. Fisher?

IRVING

(9.)______________________.

REPORTER

Do you think this trend will last?

IRVING

No, I'm sure everything will be back to normal by Monday.  Tuesday for sure.

REPORTER

You heard it here first folks. Economic expert Irving Fisher is certain the market will recover by Monday, October 28 or Tuesday, October 29.  This is (10.)_____________ reporting for freedrama.net.  Thank you and (11.)_______________.





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