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a dramatic pause to another nasty fall on wallstreet sellers seeming to get exhausted by the end of Wednesday session after plunging more than five hundred points during the training day the Dow more than cut its losses and happy and to come back was even mightier for the nasdaq which walk back , even with all the stock market declines this year if you think investors are nearly done pushing the Dow button , you might be in for a surprise Reuters market editor David Geffen on the bottom not being here and I would say that the prosperity that there are still quite a few people out there that are taking a lot of this in stride and therefore I would expect we would see more selling betrays you know there's not a lot of conviction for buying right now just enough to kind of keep things , they had but not horrible look at wallstreet fear gauge known as the volatility index or vix suggests that even though the new year Beloff has been quite ugly investors are not yet panicking like they did during that you would sell off last summer but that could change crude oil closed below twenty seven dollars a barrel for the first time in twelve years if oil continues its free fall the chances of a leave in tight blow up of a trading firm hedge fund or even an investment player backed by oil producing nations increases and if that happens wallstreet biggest players and smaller ones we have no choice but to join in on the selling