The Dow Jones dropped 250 points yesterday to reach its lowest level in a dozen years, meaning the battered industrial average has now fallen to roughly half of its all-time high of 14,164.53 recorded just sixteen months ago.
The S&P 500 also hit a 12-year low yesterday, and Asian markets lost ground in response to yet another U.S. stock sell-off.
The Dow has lost 2,000 points this year alone – 734 of them since President Barack Obama signed his massive economic “stimulus” proposal into law last week.
In related news, Randolph and Mortimer want you to get back in there and “Sell! Sell! Sell!’