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Small investors fleeing stock market

August 18th, 2011
Categories: News, Economic

Link: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44193286/ns/business/#.Tk9gU12J2mk

Crisis mentality takes hold amid worries of renewed recession. If the recent wild leaps and plunges in financial markets have prompted you to cash out your stocks, you’re not alone. Individual investors are bolting for the exits. Thursday's big sell-off, which saw the Dow Jones industrial average move by triple digits for the ninth time this month, was the latest evidence of a crisis mentality that has taken hold on global financial markets, turning the usually quiet month of August into a nail-biter for small investors. A lot them have just one word for their broker: “Sell.”

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