That's 10 years ago. In meantime, general prices didn't rise that much. My supermarket bread and cheese still costs what it costed then. The highest price in 2008 was $21, the lowest was $9. The highest price in 2018 so far was $17.50, the lowest so far $15.20. The 2018 peak so far sat $3.5 under the 2008 peak. The 2018 bottom so far sat/sits(now) $6.20 above 2008 bottom. Now this is my theory: An explanation for this lower 2018 peak may be that people that bought learnt lessons and refuse to buy as high as in 2008. One can now assume that people that sold also learnt lessons, and thus refuse to sell lower than in 2008, in a same degree. Thus, that the 2018 bottom will be the 2008 bottom + $3.5, being $9 + $3.5 = $12.5. That's again quite close to that predicted bottom here and there on this forum. It does have some basis. Of course, this is a theory about human behaviour, influenced by many elements, even total irrelevant ones, and what others say. But this forum is now only visited by 3 sheep and a horse, so one can safely assume that the rest of the people in the world aren't informed, and thus will be willing to sell at $12.5 or $13. Don't say it further folks!