"Mummy, they’re having so much trouble—
couldn’t I say a word for the stock market?"
from January 18, 1930
Out of the mouths of babes… This timely cartoon appeared in the Post in January 1930!
"In the 1930s, the entire country was suffering from a great depression.
Fortunately, they have pills for that now."
from September/October 2011
The kid knows his history! This is from one of our favorite cartoonists, Randy Glasbergen. Read more about him in our feature, Meet the Cartoonist: Randy Glasbergen.
"Boy, did we have some excitement around here last month."
from October 6, 1945
Any little bit will do.
from May/June 2006
Amen. This is from another favorite Post cartoonist, Harley Schwadron, featured in Meet the Cartoonist: Harley Schwadron.
"In today's economy, it's important to diversify!
Put some of your money in your mattress,
some in a cookie jar, bury some in the yard…."
from July/August 2009
Good advice, but it’s depressing when your 401K fits into a sugar bowl. Another great Glasbergen cartoon.
"I take it that business isn’t exactly booming."
from January/February 1993
This is from 1993, but it depicts where today’s economy is, in a nutshell.
"I finally put something aside for my retirement—
I put aside my plans to retire."
from May/June 2009
So much Glasbergen, so little time.