The blue chip reading finally cracked the 20,000 benchmark for the first time early Wednesday.
The average began tracking the most powerful corporate stocks in 1896, and has served as a broad measure of the market’s health through 22 presidents, 22 recessions, a Great Depression, at least two crashes and innumerable rallies, corrections, bull and bear markets.
Of course that would be absolute insanity even if it was somehow possible.
Each additional dollar of debt destroys the future of our country just a little bit more, and at some point this colossal bubble is going to burst.
Since Donald Trump’s surprise election victory, the Dow has now climbed by approximately 2150 points.
And it took just 64 calendar days for the Dow to go from 19,000 to 20,000.
At those times, investors can typically expect traders to push it up even higher, according to data from Kensho.