The Incredible Lightness of Being: Today Wall Street

I guess there is not much that need to be said on what happened today at Wall Street. We dropped in charts of the leading stock indexes / average (DJIA & NASDAQ) for documentation.

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Charts are no investment advise in whatever way and are for illustration purposes only

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