MarketWatch: MarketWatch’s weekly stock market roundup article StockWatch: What you need to know about the markets this week article Market Watch: What to watch today article Marketwatch: What’s happening in the U.S. market today article The Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen nearly 500 points, or 0.7 percent, to 20,890.70, while the S&P 500 has risen more than 2 percent, or 1.2 percent, while its up more than 1 percent.
The Dow has hit record highs three times in the past year and is currently at its record-breaking peak.
The S&p 500 has gained about 1 percent in the same time period.
The Dow has been up about 20% in 2017, while S&P 500 is up about 10%.
The S&s rise has been particularly impressive, since both the Dow and S&ps gains are below the previous highs hit in October and December of last year.
The S+P 500 index of companies has gained nearly 4 percent this year, while both the S+p and S-p are up about 2 percent.
The Nasdaq Composite is up 4.5 percent, the S-1 index is up 3.5, and the Nasdaq-100 is up 5.3 percent.
In other words, while stocks have been getting more attention this week, stocks are only a tiny percentage of the overall market.
The market is a highly volatile and volatile asset class, which means you can’t always tell which stocks are really making money or which are really getting hammered.
That said, if you’re looking for an easy way to determine which stocks have a chance of making a comeback, these charts provide some guidance.
The chart below shows which stocks had the biggest gains in 2017.
The top 10 stocks are the ones that will be the top performers on Monday, but if you want to see what the market looks like in 2018, take a look at the chart below.