The Stock Market crashed on Tuesday, with the Nasdaq Composite dropping more than 400 points.
The Dow dropped more than 3,600 points.
The Nasdaq was up nearly 12% by 10:43 a.m.
The S&P 500 rose nearly 2%.
The S&P was up 1.3%.
The Dow fell nearly 4%.
The NasDAQ was up more than 5%.
The Dow was up almost 4%.
“It’s a huge shock to everybody, but we’re seeing a bunch of people who thought they were in good shape, or who were at the top of the food chain, and are now at the bottom of the chain,” said Mark Williams, chief investment officer at CapitalOne.
“That’s going to be really hard to recover from.”
Investors and analysts have been quick to point out that the market is in a bubble.
The markets are highly volatile, with highs and lows for weeks at a time.
“It will be interesting to see what the market does tomorrow,” said William Schaeffer, chief financial officer at BMO Capital Markets.
“The next day, the markets will start to open up a bit.”
Investor expectations for the Dow have been on the rise since President Donald Trump announced his intention to impose a 45% tariff on imported Chinese goods.
Investors and analysts are concerned that this would push up the price of Chinese goods, particularly electronics.
“This is an economic shock for the Chinese economy,” said Williams.
“They’re going to have to be very careful.”
Investment strategist Robert W. Johnson of Elliott Management said the Dow is likely to crash again because investors aren’t seeing the same amount of demand.
“The market is a lot less active than they had been,” Johnson said.
“People are starting to pull back.
They’re not investing in the stocks anymore.
There’s more volume.”
The Nasakdaq fell nearly 7%.
The Composite was up just 2.7%.
The Russell 2000 dropped more.
The S & P 500 was down almost 4.5%.
The tech sector was also on the upswing on Tuesday.
Tech stocks rallied in the days after the stock market crash, and have now topped $1 trillion.
Tech analyst Mark S. Sadowski of Oppenheimer & ; Thompson predicted that the tech sector could be one of the fastest-growing sectors in the U.S. on Wednesday.
The tech bubble is real, but there is a bubble in the stock markets too.
The Nasdaq, S&s, Dow, and Nasdaq will probably all crash again, Sadowsky said.
Investors should stop buying tech stocks and start focusing on other sectors.
“Investors will need to find other markets to buy tech,” Sadowskis advice said.
“You’re going in for a very rough ride,” said Kevin O’Connor, founder of StockBridge.com.
“It’s going down and it’s not going up.
It’s a rollercoaster ride.”
Dow fell about 7%.
Investors can still profit from the stock crash.
“You could do a lot of things if you bought in the market at the time,” Williams said.