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All right still think world it is terrorist thing that I want you to take a look at this it's a snaps on the cruise we could still snap at any time at any moment.
And today all courtesy but -- Hopeful also -- that appear to be associated -- Twitter feed describing.
A terror attack on the White House that it left the president injured.
-- has said it was -- it was wrong it didn't happen the president's fine.
But it quickly torpedoed a market rally within seconds of the news the Dow's 135 point surge was completely wiped out.
A momentary rusted treasuries quickly on.
The market did rebound after the whole thing was proven false in fact finishing -- the day better than a 150 points.
But psychotherapists -- -- says if this whole incident doesn't prove we're still a very terror anxious country.
She doesn't know what does doctor good to have you well you're right about that.
To say this is an on our minds and we see a little less like that.
Come across -- ticker -- we get sick -- don't want.
We do indeed you know exact atoll is the most comment mental illness in America.
And with all of these tragedies we -- experiencing we have become reactive.
Impulse of in our anxiety we are like a bull car walking around.
Full bubbling and the moment something happens.
-- -- -- -- -- Yeah you know outside his it would didn't go under the it -- your traditional media routes.
It came via Twitter and it was just a -- that someone picked up.
On the Associated Press Twitter site.
By Associated Press itself no less the damage was done and done very very quickly which leads me to believe we're all on -- -- approximately.
Yet you know what we do not know what's true what's not -- anymore we're very reactive something happens and we think oh my gosh.
Remember the bubble of over metaphor and that's what's happening -- walking on and -- ready to snap at any moment I'm really concerned about the mental wellness of our America.
-- you know traders -- and larger goal Boston didn't last week doctor -- think about it.
There are plenty of other reasons to be down we had at the time.
Not great earnings we had a lot of not great economic news -- they got leading economic indicators report to chosen softening I don't want to get want to but there was enough data.
To justify selling last week and then you add the Boston development which punctuated it but didn't dominated I think.
The market sustain more serious laws is because they looked at it as.
Incident and and one they -- isolated to these Brothers even now.
What is it wrong but if there's something bigger afoot here.
Then the same people who have been relatively sanguine.
Are gonna go nuts and.
The concern is that people with a preexisting.
Condition of anxiety can even respond.
Any larger way than normal and with such a high percentage 18% they say the population has anxiety but I think it's still so much more.
So this type of stuff happens you react and when it comes to.
What you purchase in terms of stocks people had this emotional attachment it's like a relationship.
If you -- He looks back something's going to happen or something's not going happen if you expect safety and a bomb is not going to happen if you expect their stock is going to rise expectations.
When he doesn't come true that -- anxiety that makes us feel.
Unstable and out of control and thus we need to act in an emotional manner that is the essence -- Wall Street doctor thank you very much you know.
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