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Mon, April 2, 2018, noon: Sean Reardon on Educational Inequality

Richest Americans first to sell off stocks during 2008-09 market meltdown

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"The Super Rich Were the First to Bail During the Financial Crisis" - Bloomberg. 05/03/2016.

University of Michigan economists mapped selling patterns in recent US financial crises and found the share of selling by the richest .1% of Americans rose sharpest in days following market volatility. As one researcher put it: “Very, very high income people are disproportionately likely to sell a bunch of stock during a financial crisis.” This work could help identify behavioral biases that feed market meltdowns.

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