Talk about drama! The Dow Jones this week closed only one percent away from its last all-time high of last October 3rd.
The resolution of the tax issues removes the cloud that this stock was laboring under and deterring investors.
What happens if a Fiat currency fails and how does gold play a part in all of this?
People don’t understand gold. They don’t understand the U.S. dollar either. Mostly, it’s the same people.
April is the number one month for the Dow Jones Industrials (DJI) since 1950 with 47 up months and only 22 down months.
The Dow Jones continues advancing towards new all-time highs.
The Dow Jones closed higher this week, with a BEV Value of -3.35 percent from its last all-time high of last October.
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The Dow Jones saw some selling pressure this week, closing down 4.94 percent from its last all-time high of October 3rd of last year.