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The stock market is booming again.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen 459 points to 23,631.30, the S&P 500 has climbed 5,611 points to 2,741.65 and the Nasdaq Composite is up 794 points to 5,732.25.
It’s been a week full of gains for Asia stocks, as investors scramble to make quick gains.
Some stocks are trading at record highs, others are trading near record highs.
That’s a good sign, but there are some things to keep in mind.
For starters, stocks are still volatile and can drop at any time.
And that volatility can be deadly.
The markets have been trading at historically high levels for much of 2017, thanks to investors’ buying and selling of shares on a daily basis.
But it can also be risky.
The average market capitalization of the top 20 S&s is $3.5 trillion, according to research firm FactSet.
That means if a stock fell below that level, the market would immediately lose more than 80% of its value.
It can also make the markets volatile.
That makes it hard to gauge how much risk investors are taking when they buy stocks.
That can be a big problem.
“If you invest a lot of money and have the most exposure to stocks, you’re more likely to be successful,” said David W. Graziano, president of the investment management firm S&p Capital IQ.
“You can get better returns from the stocks than if you invest less.”
The good news for investors is that the market is expected to recover soon.
It was trading at a record high on Tuesday, with the S &T index up 2.5% for the day.
It is expected this week to be higher than the Dow Jones.
The market is still recovering from the recent sell-off, but stocks are expected to rebound.
The S&am will rise again next week.
And investors should expect a rally this year as well.
A year ago, stocks were falling by about 20% annually.
Now, they are up by 20% every year.
The latest gains came after investors took advantage of the market’s rally, which began after the Federal Reserve’s stimulus package, or stimulus, ended in January.
The Federal Reserve announced that it would keep interest rates at their current low levels for the first six months of 2017.
The Fed raised the rates a year ago to bring inflation under control, and now the Fed has raised them every year since.
The economic recovery that has occurred in recent years has been fueled in part by people working more hours, with fewer jobs.
The number of people working full-time has increased, as have the hours they spend on leisure and recreation.
The unemployment rate has fallen to 5.4%, down from 10.7% a year earlier.
The jobs market also appears to be getting better.
The U.S. economy added about 300,000 jobs last month, according for the Labor Department.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the unemployment rate to decline to 4.6% by March, from 5.7%.
And while the economy remains fragile, the Federal government is also getting a boost from the stimulus package.
It has spent more than $600 billion to fund job creation and infrastructure projects in the past year.
And it is paying for more than two dozen programs that help the poor.
Some of those programs, including the Earned Income Tax Credit, food stamps, the Child Tax Credit and the Job Training Assistance Program, have helped boost the economy.
But the rest of the $1 trillion stimulus package is expected not to be fully implemented until mid-January.
That is when the Federal Open Market Committee, the central bank, is expected take its first action, said Steve Lohman, chief economist for the research firm Macroeconomic Advisers.
The economy is expected slowly to return to pre-recession growth rates.
The median forecast for the economy is for it to grow at 2.3% this year, according the S.& ;P.
Dow Jones index.
That would be the slowest growth since 2009, according an analysis by the Congressional Budget Office, when the economy was growing at 3.1%.
But economists say it is still possible for the nation’s economy to return even faster than that, and they expect it to return more quickly than that in 2019.
They expect the U..
S.-based economy to grow faster than the 1.3%-1.5%.
GDP could return to 2.6%-3.0% next year.
But as the economy recovers, it is likely to grow slightly slower than that.
The recovery is more gradual than the recession of 2007-2009.
So far, the U to the economy has been stronger than the previous two recessions, which were both much worse than the 2007-09 recession. Economists