By Peter Brown, Business Insider’s science writer The stock market has been on a roller coaster ride for the past year.
The market has performed better than many anticipated, and the stock market is back up to its old levels of confidence and optimism.
But the stock markets have also been on an epic roller coaster journey, where the bulls have dominated, the bears have fallen, and there’s been a whole lot of bad news.
And, of course, the market has lost a ton of money.
Here’s what we know about the stock crash that’s been happening over the past few months.
The stock crash is happening because investors don’t understand what the stock is worth, according to Mark Stockman, co-author of the new book The Price of Knowledge: The Science Behind What Investors Really Know About Markets and How to Profit From Them.
The fundamental problem is that the market is designed to reward people who buy and sell things that they know and understand.
So investors buy stocks based on what they can see in a market that they are familiar with, and they sell them based on information they don’t.
It’s very much a classic market, and investors have been able to manipulate it.
The reason it’s happening is that people are being told that the value of their money is based on things that are not real.
They’re being told the price of the stock and the price on an investment that they have no idea what they’re investing in.
The only way to get rid of the bulls is to stop buying and selling stocks, and that’s exactly what’s happened.
And it’s really the only way the market can recover.
Here are a few things you should know about this crash: 1.
Stock prices have gone into a tailspin.
On June 16, 2018, the S&P 500 index fell about 2%, from a high of 18,958 to a low of 17,547.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, the most closely followed index, also fell, down 1,637 points to 8,084.
There was no recovery from that.
And on September 4, the Nasdaq Composite Index fell about 1,000 points, from its high of 9,566 to its low of 8,072.
There were no recovery.
So stocks are at their lowest point in more than a decade.
The price of stocks has declined by about 70% over the last three years.
Investors are buying a lot of stocks that are now worthless.
The S&s 500 index has lost about 3% of its value since the end of last year.
Since December, the Dow Jones industrial average has lost almost 3% while the NasDAQ has lost nearly 2%.
The biggest loser is Warren Buffett, who sold his entire stake in Berkshire Hathaway last year after he was told he could no longer afford to pay for the stock he bought.
Buffett is now worth more than $21 billion, and he’s still worth more that the Dow.
The index’s market value has declined about 7% since Berkshire went public in 2011.
It has fallen about 15% in the past two years, according the Wall Street Journal.
Warren Buffett has a very long history of making bad decisions.
As recently as 2015, he was accused of manipulating the stock price of American Express, and a lawsuit filed by two people who said they were fired for protesting his manipulation of the price.
The lawsuit alleged that Buffett’s manipulation caused American Express to lose about $2 billion in revenue, and caused the company to lay off more than 200 people.
The U.S. is one of the most overvalued markets in the world.
The average U. S. stock is valued at about $100,000, according a report from Credit Suisse.
This compares with about $80,000 for the U.K., $55,000 in France, $52,000 on China, $48,000 and $48 in Italy, according Credit Suise.
The top 10 richest Americans own more than 90% of all U. States wealth.
The Top 10 richest American families are the following: Warren Buffett: $18.4 billion