Dow and S&P 500 End Week at Record Highs. Will We See More Next Week?

The Dow and S&P 500 end at record highs for the week
The stock market ended last week in positive territory with the Dow Jones industrial average and Standard & Poor’s 500 index both reaching new record highs. The Dow is up 2.2% for the year and ended the week at 16,947.08, breaking the previous record of 16,945.92 set on June 10, 2014. The S&P 500 is up 6.2% for the year, ending the week at 1,962.87, reaching its highest level for the third day in a row. The NASDAQ Composite, while not reaching an all-time high, managed to end the week at 4,360.04, its highest level in 14 years. The question is, will stocks continue to hit record highs in the week to come?

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2 Responses to Dow and S&P 500 End Week at Record Highs. Will We See More Next Week?

  1. BlueBarronTrader says:

    I will confine my comments as to the $ES when i offer to you my views of what will occur This coming week in Stock Markets
    Monday $ES neg 3-6points after lots of STOPPING outs of SHORTS & LONGS
    Tuesday $ES POS 2.5 or 5
    Wednesday $ES POS as much as 10points
    Thursday into Friday HOLD ON TO YOUR HAT

  2. Morrie says:

    Again, what is that in 2008 dollars? profits continue to increase… it’s gonna come down sometime. and probably all at once. Wall Street is just like any other gamble… the house is going to get it’s cut.

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