Amid the long bull market run, will the stock market crash sharply in the coming months? Or will the rally continue until 2019?
The Dow has exceeded the highs it recorded in January while gold is slowly seeing higher prices.
The bull market is at its longest yet while Bitcoin remains unchanged, silver and gold do well, and oil rebounded strongly this week.
It seems that the gold price posted on August 15, at $1,165.50, is the bottom of its current decline.
Dow Jones can be expected to continue its upward trend in the coming months after closing higher last week while gold slides lower.
The four-month decline in gold and silver could mean that their prices are nearing their bottom, and the precious metals are ready to rebound.
U.S. stocks rose as major companies reported strong earnings this season. Most of these companies also beat their earnings forecasts.
Dow Jones advanced only 0.04 percent on last week's close while gold continues to see an overwhelming number of declining days.
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GDP rose by 4.1 percent, slightly exceeding expectations while Bitcoin bounced back triumphantly at $8,400.