The Dow Plunged, But Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Worry

The U.S. stock market just suffered its worst week in two years, with the DOW falling 1,500 points at one point, the biggest daily loss since the 2008 financial crisis. What does this all mean for investors and for the U.S. economy? Rudy Miller, the CEO of a venture capital, private equity, financial advisory and management consulting firm in Scottsdale, Arizona is here to answer our questions.