Inside Long Island Business

Get the latest news and trends on Long Island companies and the people behind them.

Poll: Are you worried about the stock market's decline?

A trader works on the floor of the

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Friday. Stocks are falling sharply again Monday. (Credit: AP / Richard Drew)

In a few days, the Dow Jones industrial average has dropped more than 1,000 points. In mid-January, the Dow was trading just shy of 16,500. As of 2:30 Monday, the Dow stands at 15,436.06, down more than 260 for the day.

The Standard & Poor's 500 index and the Nasdaq composite have also seen significant declines, as concerns about the global economy, U.S. company earnings and turmoil in emerging markets have unnerved investors. They're watching to see whether the market's performance worsens into what some say is an overdue correction, or a drop of 10 percent.

Are you worried about the market decline? Do you plan to make any changes in your investments? Or do you steer clear of the stock market all together?

Vote and leave a comment. Results and a selection of comments will appear in next Sunday's business section.

Tags: Poll


Are you worried about the stock market drop?

Yes No I steer clear of the market

advertisement | advertise on newsday

advertisement | advertise on newsday