Well-known world economists share experiences about the economic flows that have taken place over the years, which should be seen as a lesson in order to achieve greater success. Among them, Ben Bernanke notes that the economic consequences of stock market crashes depend less on the strength of the crash than on the reactions of economic policy makers. George Soros says that financial markets are generally unpredictable, so different scenarios need to be considered. About Peter Linz’s experiences, the author of many investment books, as well as Mark Cuban, Jim Kramer in the following video: