The Dow Jones Industrial Average opened down over 500 points below the 25,000 threshold, but is now slowly making a comeback and is in positive territory.
This after the the Dow fell by nearly 1200 points yesterday, around four-percent.
The S&P 500 and NASDAQ are also lower today as the sell-off continues.
Financial experts say the sell off was healthy and that the indexes were skyrocketing straight up since President Trump took office.
They add that a correction adding that while it was the largest point loss in a day in history, it was not the largest percentage loss, which is key.
Money experts advise investors to stay in the market for the long haul.
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