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1920: Kroger Recession (economic slowdown) as WW1 end affects company prices Price Down: 80
1920: Radio Corp Sales slow, little demand. People unsure if Radios are “just a Fad” Price Down: 80
1920: Mammoth Oil 9 new wells start pumping oil in a Wyoming field. Price Up: 120
1920: City Corp Bank declares the usual 10% profit for the year. Price up slightly: 110
1920:Durant motors Company is slow starting, it fails on loan to City Corp Bank Price down: 70
1920: Midland Power Midland extends its power lines west, to Michigan and Wisconsin. New area means new profit Price Up: 120
1920: K&P Railroad Federal government deregulates the railroad, gives K&P free tracts of land in the Midwest. Price Up: 120
1920: Tel-Tone Dial phones installed in parts of New York City. They expect Millions of new phone users. Price UP: 150
1921: Kroger Federal government passes a tariff (increases taxes) on imported food from Europe. Kroger benefits. Price up: 100
1921: Radio Corp First radio station KDKA begins broadcasting in November. Sales of new models improve. Price Up: 110
1921: Mammoth Oil Oil Lease in Teapot Dome, Wyoming leads to HUGE profits. Price UP!: 140
1921: City Corp Business as usual. Up 10% again Price up: 120
1921:Durant motors Sales depressed as competitor, Ford, produces “Model T” very cheaply. Price down: 60
1921: Midland Power Competitor, Commonwealth Edison begins to rise. Price down: 110
1921: K&P Railroad Company expands into southwest mining area. Profits rise. Price up: 130
1921: Tel-Tone New Dial technology leads to more success. Price up: 160
1922: Kroger Merger with eastern food chain leads to more stores and higher sales! Price WAY UP: 150
1922: Radio Corp 15 new patents purchased. Sales improve. Price up: 130
1922: Mammoth Oil Company continues rise, hottest stock on the market! Price up: 160
1922: City Corp US Foreign Debt commission begins talk of repayment of French and English loans to American Banks. Price up: 130
1922:Durant motors Durant car sales are depressed as Ford mass produces cars using an assembly line. Durant is behind the times Price down : 50
1922: Midland Power Fianacial genius Samuel Insull’s shady business deal allows Midland to take over Edison Power. Price up : 125
1922: K&P Railroad Price rises as agricultural (Farm products) shipments from Southwest begins Price up : 140
1922: Tel-Tone Due to more widespread use of the telephone, this company shows the greatest increase of any on the market Price up : 170
***news flash*** Business friendly president Warren Harding dies, replaced by Calvin Coolidge. Stocks suffer as unknown new president “Silent Cal” takes over.
1924: Kroger Corn suffers a crop “Blight”. Agricultural prices lower, causes stock to suffer. Price down : 140
1924: Radio Corp Price: new models well received by the public. Sales BOOM! Price up : 142
1924: Mammoth Oil Teapot dome SCANDAL breaks! Congressional investigation of oil leases finds bribery and fraud! Secretary of interior Albert Fall arrested for fraud. Price down 40
1924: City Corp Company announces another good year. Business as usual. Price: 140
1924:Durant motors Powerful Du Pont family begins to buy large portions of Durant stock. Price Up slightly: 60
1924: Midland Power Insull announces dividends (profits from stock) will not be paid for one year as a result of Edison merger. Price down: 100
1924: K&P Railroad Reason: Competition from the new trucking industry. Profits down. Price down: 130
1924: Tel-Tone Company announces completion of a merger with several East Coast companies. Price up: 180
1926: Kroger Company begins buying fresh fruit from California. Profits up… Price up: 155
1926: Radio Corp Government statistics show over 200 new radio stations open in 2 year period beginning in 1924 Price up 160
1926: Mammoth Oil Company still hasn’t recovered from Teapot Dome scandal Price down : 30
1926: City Corp French government begins to pay back WW1 loans. Stock Jumps Price up: 160
1926:Durant motors Fisher body company joins Durant in a merger. Price up: 70
1926: Midland Power Cryus Eaton of Cleveland Power co. maybe trying to take over Midland power. Proxy fight may begin. Price: 130
1926: K&P Railroad Profits from Southwest expansion not panning out. Price down: 120
1926: Tel-Tone Bell Telephone makes an offer to buy the outstanding stock from the company, price jumps Price up: 200
1927: Kroger Company begins opening markets in most major east coast cities. Price up: 175
1927: Radio Corp Over 700 stations now exist. Sales excellent. Price up: 160
1927: Mammoth Oil The owner of Mammoth renames the company “Sinclair Oil” and issues new stock. Price up: 45
1927: City Corp Profits up, business good… Price up: 170
1927:Durant motors Louis Chevrolet is hired to design an inexpensive car to compete with Ford’s model T… Price: 80
1927: Midland Power Cyrus Eaton begins dumping large blocks of midland stock on a depressed market Price: 90
1927: K&P Railroad Flood Damage causes railroad to lose money Price down: 110
1927: Tel-Tone The company is taken over by Bell System Price: 220
1928: Best year in market history!
1928: Kroger Sales improve as agricultural surpluses keeps farm prices low Price up: 180
1928: Radio Corp Reason: RCA becomes one of the hottest on the market Price up 240
1928: Mammoth Oil (Now Sinclair oil) Company begins to recover from scandal Price up : 70
1928: City Corp Steady stock, price up again Price: 200
1928:Durant motors Durant motors and Fisher body co. announce a merger of over 300 auto parts companies, to form a new company named General Motors Price: 150
1928: Midland Power The Chicago Tribune discloses Insull’s company is a house of cards and ready to crumble. Price: 70
1928: K&P Railroad New oil field opened along the right of way in Kansas and Oklahoma Price: 150
1928: Tel-Tone Stocks continue to rise…. Price: 250
1929: Stock Market Crash!
Stock Market Crash!
Outcome for 1929: Thursday, October 24 1929: (Black Thursday) 12 million shares of stock are traded in 1 day. 700$ million is lost by stock holders as the market takes the greatest dive in history!
1929: Kroger Price: 100
1929: Radio Corp Price: 50
1929: Mammoth Oil Price: 30
1929: City Corp Price: 150
1929:Durant motors (GM) Price: 50
1929: Midland Power Price: 10
1929: K&P Railroad Price: 20
1929: Tel-Tone Price: 100
Stock Questions: 1. What causes prices to rise and fall? 2. What would you have done differently if we did the game over? 3. What do smart investors do to make more money?
OUTCOMES FOR 1920 KROGER – RECESSION AS THE WORLD WAR ENDS EFFECTS THE COMPANY PROFITS $80KROGER – RECESSION AS THE WORLD WAR ENDS EFFECTS THE COMPANY.
Do Now – Nov. 12 Sit quietly in your seat so we can start right away!
Stock Prices: Day 2. Company NameAction by CompanyNew Price per Share Kroger Purchases a West Coast food chain $12 Radio Corporation New model released.
Stock Market Simulation of the 1920s The Roaring 20’s Economy.
Role-Playing the 1920s. What is a stock? – Represents a share in ownership of a company. 10 shares make up one stock today – Profits increase when a company.
The Stock Market Game Who can earn the most by the end of the simulation?
Stock Market Simulation!. Stock Market Basics… Stock: represents a share in ownership of a company. 10 shares make up one stock today Profits increase.
Directions for the Teacher Make copies for each student of the worksheet, “Stock Market Simulation”. Review the “Introduction to the Stock Market” on.
Be ready to buy and sell!!!. Objective Students will be involved in an operating stock market in which they have an opportunity to make decisions which.
Do Now What do you know about the stock market? If you could invest (buy stock or a part of a company) in any company, which one would you choose? Why?
Economic Problems lead to Depression US History Standards: SSUSH17 The student will analyze the causes and consequences of the Great Depression. a. Describe.
Have you ever wondered why the stock market is called a market? A market is a place where products are bought & sold.Have you ever wondered why the stock.
The Great Depression. The Great Depression to 1941 In 1928, Herbert Hoover is elected President.
Causes of the Great Depression. Economics of the 1920’s Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover Administrations are good to business –Believe that business will.
DCFU Monday: Why do you think it’s called the roaring twenties? Is this a good name for the time period? Why or why not?
Presidential Impact on the 1920s. Warren G. Harding.
INDUSTRY KEY INDUSTRIES BARELY MADE A PROFIT SOME INDUSTRIES LOST BUSINESS TO FOREIGN COMPETITION & NEW AMERICAN TECHNOLOGIES SOME INDUSTRIES SUFFERED.
Postwar Economics and Politics Chapter 24 Section 1.
HARDING SCANDALS AND THE STOCK MARKET CRASH (1920’S)
Americans prosperous called “Roaring 20’s” Depression started in 1929 with the crash of the Stock Market.
Stock Market What is a stock? o Represents a share in ownership of a company. o Profits increase when a company is doing well, and decrease.
ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF THE 1920s Overproduction. Overproduction. –Industry produced more than people bought. Declining demand for products. Declining demand.
22-1: The Nation’s Sick Economy. Industry Key industries barely made a profit Some industries lost business to foreign competition and new American technologies.
Warm Up ISN, pg. 65 What do you think is the most important issue facing the president today and why?
Politics and Prosperity. Chapter 25, Section 1 Politics and Prosperity What scandals hurt Republicans in the 1920s? How did Coolidge’s policies increase.
Normalcy and Good Times. The Harding Administration 1919 Campaign slogan: “a return to normalcy” Very Popular president Appointed his “poker playing”
Bellringer. Causes of the Great Depression Farmers’ crisis/ Over production (surplus of goods, falling prices) Credit purchasing Tariffs (stopped foreign.
The Roaring Twenties Unit 8. Presidents Boom to Bust 1920’s – 1930’s.
Presidential Impact On The 1920’s. When We Think Of An Economic Downturn What Other Terms Do We Think Of? What are some synonyms? Recession Bailout Crisis.
Economics of the 1920s. NEW INVENTIONS PROMOTE PROSPERITY CONSUMER REVOLUTION!
Causes of the Great Depression Terms and People Herbert Hoover – former Secretary of Commerce and Republican candidate for President in 1928 speculation.
Discuss the weaknesses in the economy of the 1920s. Explain how the stock market crash contributed to the coming of the Great Depression. Describe how.
The Great Depression. What was the Great Depression? Time of economic crisis characterized by high unemployment during the 1930s, the beginning is marked.
Learning Target: #1 What caused the Great Depression? What steps were taken by the federal government (congress, president Hoover and FD Roosevelt) to.
The Stock Market and the Great Depression Watching the economy crumble.
Bellringer The Harlem Renaissance was A rebirth of negro spirituals A rebuilding of New York buildings An African American cultural movement A movement.
The Roaring Twenties - Section 2 Desire For Normalcy - Section 3 Booming Economy.
Unit 6 Day 10 (Black Tuesday) Quote: “There is no cause to worry. The high tide of prosperity will continue.” - Andrew W. Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury.
The stock Market Crash of s Booming Economy Wages up 40% after WWI Stock Market was soaring Many people investing – get rich quick schemes 1920s.
Election of 1928 Incumbent – Calvin Coolidge o “I do not choose to run for President in 1928” – August 1927 Republican – Herbert Hoover o “We in America.
CAUSES OF ECONOMIC CRISIS Banking system Over production Republican policies Wall street crash Under consumption.
Causes of the Great Depression and the Great Depression (Chapter 22)
Post War Economic Boom ► Americans were earning more money than ever in the 1920s. ► Americans made $61 billion in 1922, they made $87 billion by 1929.
THE GREAT DEPRESSION. Industries in Trouble Key basic industries barely made profits Railroads, Textiles, and Steel Mining and Lumbering needed for war.
Chapter 9 The Great Depression Lesson 1: The Causes of the Great Depression.
US Policy: THE POLITICS OF NORMALCY. Harding’s Fiscal Policy Harding was committed to the free enterprise system Characterized by private.
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