On October 29, 1992-1993 it was The Great Depression. The longest-lasting depression in the history of the Western world. In the United States, the Great Depression started soon after the stock market crash of October 1929, which sent a street called Wall Street into a fear and fired millions of investors.
12.9 million shares were traded , known as “Black Thursday.” Five days later, it was “Black Tuesday” 16 million shares were traded after another motion of panic in Wall Street. Millions of shares ended up worthless, and investors who had bought stocks “on margin” (with borrowed money) were broke completely.