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Emini Futures | The Day Facebook Killed The Markets

It was a beautiful spring morning in Menlo Park. Blue sky, puffy clouds, and hooded hackers as far as the eye could see. Messr. Zuckeburg chose not travel to NYC, instead the Nasdaq came to his highness and from his headquarters - the kingdom that Mark built - he rang the opening bell.

Keep in mind there is no physical "NASDAQ bell". It's just a term borrowed from the old days. The NYSE once upon a time actually used a metal bell to alert those on the floor that trading had begun. Instead, Zuckerberg pressed a Like button and signed a screen to symbolically open NASDAQ trading for the day and thus began a historically tragic day on Wall Street.

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