From February through May, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than 1000 points in an almost uninterrupted daily march upward. Then came the "flash crash" of May 6 and day after day of losses through May. Now, in mid-June, the market has been up six of the past seven days.
What accounts for these sudden moves? Why do investors so often seem to resemble a school of fish, all changing direction together?
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