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The machines strike again — Wall Street is blaming a familiar culprit for the latest stock market bloodbath

The Dow plummeted 1,000 points for the second time in a week on Thursday. While some said the selloff on Thursday felt more human, there are those who see the influence of machine-based traders once again. " The slower moving strategies such as risk parity and vol target funds tend to move over a week or so later, thus leading to the second wave of selloff," one hedge fund manager told Business Insider.
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