PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Investors of all stripes are nervously watching the stock market after two days of huge losses.

Wall Street is dealing with a correction, not a crash, says Morgan Stanley’s Bob Manning and despite the Dow’s 1,100-point loss on Monday this is no time to panic.

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He says the pure number was historic, but percentage-wise we’ve seen much worse.

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“When you look at some big numbers in this market it’s just really arithmetic,” Manning said. “It was the single biggest number that we’ve ever had but on a percentage basis it didn’t even make the top 20.”

His advise for investors:

“Make sure you are very diversified,” he said. “All sectors don’t go up at the same time and they all don’t go down at the same time. Have a balance in your portfolio, stocks and bonds that can withhold some of the pain in the downside of these markets.”

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