Wall Street's wild week ended with relative calm, but no trader or money manager is betting the lull will last.
In one of the stock market's most chaotic periods in years, the benchmark Standard & Poor's 500 first plunged 11.2% in just six sessions stretching into last week, then roared back 6.4% over the next two days before ending little changed Friday.
The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials plunged a stunning 1,000 points one day, then soared 1,000 points over only two days.
And the ride will probably stay rocky for a while, many veteran market watchers predict. "It wouldn't surprise me to see many days in the next few weeks where we have more triple-digit...