It’s the beginning of October and the markets are in a tailspin.
It’s been almost two weeks since the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged nearly 1,000 points, and a market that had started the year with near-record highs has now dropped almost 200 points in less than a week.
But before you panic, let’s talk about what’s actually going on.
First, a little background on the Dow and the bull market in tech stocks.
In short, the Dow is a big, powerful, and important index of stocks, but it’s also an index of a bunch of different financial instruments.
And it’s not just any index.
The Dow is actually the largest of them all.
The S&P 500, the Russell 2000, the Nasdaq, the NASDAQ Composite, and the Russell 1000 are the other major indexes of stocks.
Each of these indexes is a different type of index.
And while each one has a small number of stocks that have huge market capitalizations, they are not all that big.
For example, the S&s 300 Index, for example, has more than 300 stocks.
The Russell 2000 Index, on the other hand, has fewer than 300.
So the reason the Dow doesn’t get that big is because it’s an index based on a bunch that are very small.
So when the market falls, there’s a lot of losers.
And for the most part, this is not the worst thing that can happen.
For starters, it’s hard to figure out what the losses are.
The reason why is because these are small stocks that are often held by a very small number, like one to two percent of the population.
And when they lose, they can often fall far short of their value.
And then, the next thing that happens is they can get big again, which causes the market to rise even more.
If you’ve ever wondered how a stock has risen to $600, you know that the market rises, and then falls.
And the reason is that people believe that if a stock is trading at a huge price, it means that there are many people who own that stock, and they’re all getting a lot for their money.
But there’s actually nothing to that.
The people who buy that stock may own a small percentage of the company, or they may own less than one percent of its stock, or perhaps they own nothing at all.
All of those things can be true.
But if you take the average share of stock ownership in a company, and divide it by the average value of that company, you get the number of people who owned that company at the beginning.
So if you’re buying the Semiconductor Group at $100,000, for instance, the average person owns just a few shares of that stock.
And if you bought it at $400,000 the average owner would own a couple thousand shares.
The total value of the stock is $400 million, which is about $500 million less than the average amount of people holding the stock at the start.
So, in other words, you’re just taking a random company, that’s worth $100 million, and dividing it by people who held it at the end.
Now, if you took that same company at $800 million, the total value would be $2.4 trillion, which would make the Dow the second-largest index after the S.&!*s.
So what does all this mean?
It means that the stock markets are volatile, but they’re also relatively safe.
If someone has invested their entire portfolio in a stock, like the SICs is doing, they won’t be losing money because the stock price will always go up.
The volatility is also pretty low.
In the beginning, the stock prices are generally rising and falling pretty much at the same rate, but after a few months, things generally slow down and the market is starting to come back up.
If, for any reason, you want to take out some of your portfolio, you can always take out a small portion of it and sell it at a profit.
So even if the Dow fell, the market will still be able to rise again, and there will be lots of people with lots of money who still own that SIC.
And as long as the market continues to rise, the investor will be able keep the profits.
So in short, stocks are not the ultimate risk-reward mechanism.
The question is, what can you do to mitigate risk?
There are two kinds of risk: technical and market-related.
Technical risk is caused by human errors and other factors that could cause the stock to lose value.
For instance, if an engineer makes a mistake, or an executive makes a bad decision, it could result in a bad return on that stock’s investment.
But in general, technical risk is a low probability, and market risk is an expected outcome. In fact