Why does the stock market bubble so quickly explode in 2017?
In short, we’re dealing with an incredibly volatile market, with the risk of the market collapsing in the event of an economic shock.
This year, we are seeing the most volatile market in recent history, and the risk that it could soon collapse has been growing exponentially.
We’ll start with the fundamentals.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) rose more than 4,000 points on Tuesday, reaching a record high of 24,735.
The market is currently trading at a record $16,972.25.
For a while, this rally was the largest in the history of the Dow, with its peak coming in December 2015.
As the year progressed, the Dow has been slowly recovering, climbing to a record 8,749 points.
However, the market has been losing momentum since then.
Now, with two straight weeks of losses and no sign of a rebound, the next rally will likely come sooner rather than later.
In the midst of this current bubble, there are several other indicators that are troubling.
First, stock prices are at record highs.
At this point, the S&P 500 index is currently sitting at 2,823.85, a record for the Dow and the sixth-highest for the S &p 500.
While the stock markets have risen over the past two months, the stock price index has continued to decline, falling from its recent high of 3,938.43.
Second, the Fed has cut interest rates.
Although it’s been reported that the Fed will be increasing its asset purchases, it’s important to keep in mind that the market is still in the midst