Another Last Minute Sell Off

We stepped out for a late lunch with 12 minutes to go in the trading day, and when we came back the market was down over 3%. The pattern here seems to be: People don’t mind buying and holding stocks — but they only want to own them during the day, not hold them overnight.

 

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