TRIBUNE: Experts advise nervous investors to chill out after Dow plunge

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The Chicago Tribune is reporting, “After several days of wild mood swings, the stock market has finally chilled out. And so should investors, experts say.

The markets steadied Tuesday with the Dow Jones industrial average gaining more than 560 points, closing just shy of 25,000. The Nasdaq composite and Standard & Poor’s 500 index rallied as well, each closing about 2 percent higher.

But on Monday, Wall Street saw its steepest drop in 6½ years when the Dow plunged 1,175 points. That came after a 666-point fall Friday, leaving investors shaking in their boots…”

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