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It was another volatile day of trading with the Dow swinging nearly 600 points. Tech stocks dragging down the Nasdaq. Wells Fargo Investment Institute's Darrell Cronk thinks we may not yet be at a market bottom and says investors should be cautious about any near-term rallies. Deutsche Bank's Peter Hooper and Rosenberg Research's David Rosenberg debate whether a recession is looming on the horizon. Elon Musk says his deal to buy Twitter is "not out of the question", but at a lower price. Wedbush's Dan Ives says there is a more than 50% chance Musk walks away from the deal. RBC Capital markets head of Global Commodity Strategy Helmia Croft warns food and energy prices could continue heading higher if the war in Ukraine drags on. And housing expert Ivy Zelman explains why she sees cracks in the foundation for the red hot housing market.