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If 2017 already felt like it was shaping up to be a record year for market records themselves, there's one more statistic to add to the history books.
The Nasdaq composite has hit more all-time closing highs this year than any year on record, according to a new report from LPL Financial. This year has seen 64 all-time record closing highs, topping records set in 1980 and 1999.
Please don't suggest Trump had anything to do with this.
Lol :) not at all. His puny ideas for a Western Wall might have rather scared off investors and send the dollar into turmoil. Some point to the gold market and the revenue in property and new business also the share in foreign investors gaining security after having seen 2008's recession come and gone.