Dow 1929 Market Crash

The crash of 1929 was the worst market crash in modern stock market history and was followed by the Great Depression. The Dow peaked on September 3rd 1929 at 381.17 points and was followed by a bear market that lasted years. The final market low was reached on July 8th 1932 at 41.22 points. The market lost 89% of its value from the market peak to its lowest point.