the definition of market panic

The most popular analogy for “panic” is what happens when someone yells “fire” in a crowded theatre. The challenge in applying this to the stock market is that even when you pick the back row on the aisle, you still have to find someone to take your seat before you leave the theatre.   [Dave Rosenberg]

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