Dow Jones Slips Back Below 10,000 as Investors Sell First and Ask Questions Later

There is plenty to be bearish about: the sovereign debt crisis, the mess in the UK, a catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf, North Korea vs South Korea, Nouriel Roubini back on TV, and Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Pac-Man zapping 4.8 million hours of human life. So, investors are selling first and asking questions later as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (NYSE: DIA) sinks below 10,000 to ~9900. So much for talk of Dow 12,000 … at least for now.

Before the markets sold off, we mapped it out in the May issue of our Wall St. Cheat Sheet Premium newsletter. Click here for your free copy.

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