The Dow Jones Industrial Average will finish its best week in five years on Tuesday with a gain of more than 10% to 21,500, according to an index tracking the Dow Jones S&P 500.
Investors will be hoping that the Dow, which has gained a total of 7,836,000 this year, is just a tad above the level that separates a bear market from a bull market.
The S&s index has been on a tear since its September highs, rising more than 40% since the start of 2017.
While the Dow has been a consistent performer since the end of last year, a bearish rally could be coming sooner.
Investors are increasingly concerned about the stock market’s ability to absorb any losses in the event of another recession.
The Dow has hit a record high on Monday, rising above 21,000 for the first time.
The market is in a bear territory, meaning that the average market price has risen above the average price of the S&ams underlying index.
The S&ing index currently has a record low $10.5 trillion in market cap, and the Dow is at a record highs of 21,300.
The index is up just shy of a million since the year ended September 2017, according a Bloomberg analysis of data from FactSet.
The index has rallied more than 5% this year.
In fact, since last year’s market rout, the Dow and S&aps total are up by more than 30% and 18%, respectively.
That’s just a taste of the potential upside for the stock index.
In the coming months, the market could also face some turbulence.
Investors should not expect that the stock markets stock market will hit its highest levels until early 2020, according the Dow.
The CBOE Volatility Index has also rallied since the September lows, rising by more in the past two weeks than during the whole of 2017, data from S&am showed.
The markets biggest rally occurred on Monday when the Dow jumped more than 11% and S &Ps Volatility index rose by more that 6%.