Black Monday US stocks melted for the second time, can it bottom out on Tuesday?

“Black Monday” US stocks melted for the second time, can it bottom out on Tuesday?
Affected by the global spread of the new crown epidemic, US stocks fell more than 10% in a week from February 24 to 28, 2020.During the seventy years of terrorism, there have been only four single-week declines of more than 10%. They were Black Monday in 1987, the bursting of the Kewang bubble in 2000, the “9.11” incident in 2001 and the financial crisis in 2008.On March 9, the price of crude oil plummeted, and the three major US stock indexes began to plunge. Among them, the Dow fell nearly 1,900 points, triggering a fuse mechanism and temporarily suspended for 15 minutes. This is the first time since the 2008 financial crisis.In the 32 years since the implementation of the fuse mechanism in the US stock market, it has actually only triggered a fuse once: on October 27, 1997, the Dow Jones Industrial Index plunged by 7.18%, closed at 7161.15 points, the largest decline since 1915.As one of the oldest stock market indexes in the world, the Dow Jones Industrial Index has a history of 136 years. Sauna.com has sorted out the reasons why the Dow Jones Industrial Index has fallen sharply in the past 40 years, to see the ups and downs of the US stock market and world economy for 40 years.