On the morning of January 17, 2017, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 4,957 points to 14,068.
The S&P 500 was down 2,922 points to 2,542.
The Nasdaq Composite dropped 1,857 points.
The Dow Jones gained 454 points.
All of these numbers represented losses, as they would have to be in order for the S&p 500 to fall to its lowest level in more than 10 years.
But the S &p 500 was far from dead.
The rally had started at the beginning of January, and it was only a matter of time before the Dow hit the 1,000 mark.
In a way, the S.&.
P. was actually trading above its recent highs.
The last time the S 500 fell below 1,001 was in December, in the midst of a bear market.
At that time, the stock market was in free fall.
But in the end, investors still came out of the free fall, and the S 5.5% rally in December turned into the S 1,900 rally in January.
The next wave of investors that came out in January was also fueled by a strong dollar.
At the time of the rally, the dollar was trading near $1.09, its lowest point since the financial crisis.
Since then, it has risen by nearly 10%.
Investors have seen a return on their investment, and that has led to a massive rally in the stock markets, with investors now putting more money into stocks than they did in the financial crises.
The stock market has seen a $2.8 trillion gain since the beginning the year, according to data from Bloomberg.
So far this year, the market has added more than $1 trillion to its value.
At this rate, the rally will last for the next six months, or more than a decade, according the Siegel Index, which measures the strength of a stock market.
“I believe that the U.S. stock market will see another massive rally,” said Peter Wessel, founder and CEO of S&P Dow Jones Indices, in a phone interview.
“This is going to be a big, big ride for investors.”
S&s stocks are now trading higher than they have in over a decade.
And while that is great news for investors, it is also making investors even more cautious.
“It is becoming a big deal if you have a big move in the market, but if it goes the wrong direction, it’s a real big problem,” said Paul D. Daugherty, chief investment strategist at Jefferies.
He added that investors are still paying a price for holding stocks that were “too big to fail.”
Daugher, who has been bullish on the S, S&ams futures, and S&am options over the past year, has a warning for investors: It’s time to sell stocks if you want to stay on the sidelines.
In an interview with CNBC, Daugieff said, “The next big bubble is going not to be this bubble.
It’s going to not be this stock market rally.
It will be a lot more like the last bubble.”
It is also the reason why the S will continue to be one of the more volatile stock markets.
“The reason you see this stock price movement, is because it’s all of a sudden people are buying stocks at a very high price, and then the bubble bursts,” Daugiys said.
“That’s what we’re seeing right now.”