The below post originally ran on June 7th 2010. US stocks have just sold off for 7 of the last 7 days, a dismal feat not seen since the dark days of 2008. If anything, the guide below is even more apropos now than it was a month ago…
Attention fellow Econo-Journo-Bloggers, or whatever it is we are calling ourselves this week…
Lately the market has given us plenty of opportunity to deplete our stores of stock-related descriptive verbs and adjectives. As a service to those who write about the daily ups and downs of the equity market, I’ve compiled the below list as a helpful resource during sell-offs:
“Today, stocks were …
Poleaxed (a personal fave)
“The market responded by …
“Thusday’s sell-off was …
Feel free to grab one of these terms or phrases for your market wrap ups or updates. Something tells me they may come in handy this summer.
Chime in if I’ve missed any good ones.
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