The markets may not be a betting man’s game

Investors are betting on a bullish run in the stock market this year, but they are betting a bit more on the economy than they did in previous years.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 futures are both up about 3% in 2017, and the Nasdaq Composite is up about 1% since the beginning of the year.

The S&amps are the most profitable for the most part, with profit margins of more than 50%.

The Nasdaq is up just a bit, but a lot more than the Dow.

But that doesn’t mean the economy is getting a big boost from the rally in the S&p 500 and the broader S&ps.

The economy has been in a slowdown since the end of 2016.

It’s been the worst slowdown since World War II.

In other words, this is a pretty weak year for the economy and stocks.

The problem is that the economy isn’t growing as fast as it did during the recession and the downturn.

The Federal Reserve has been trying to slow down the economy with quantitative easing, or QE, which is the Fed buying assets to buy debt.

That has caused a lot of money to flow into the economy.

So there are a lot fewer dollars in the economy right now.

The U.S. is a lot smaller than it was before the recession.

And a lot less people are working.

That’s going to have a huge effect on the stock markets.

That means the Dow will fall, and then we have a lot in the way of volatility and so on.

So stocks are going to fall and then a lot.

And the Dow is up nearly 10% this year.

And the S-shaped move has led to an appreciation of about 9% in the index.

And it’s been pretty good.

The S&P 500 is up almost 4%.

And this is the first time in about a decade that we’ve seen a recovery that is really robust.

The average Dow Jones industrial average is up 3.4%.

That’s a lot higher than it had been in 2000, and that’s the best performance since the 2008 financial crisis.

It is also the first year in which the Dow has risen above 10,000 for the first and only time in its history.

In fact, the Dow went through its first 10,001-point rally in 2000.

But the average is down this year to 9,068.

That’s down from a high of 13,737 in 2017.

And this year it’s a pretty big one.

The average is almost 2,000 points higher than in 2016, which was the peak.

That was the year of the stock crash.

And in 2007, there was a huge stock crash, and they had a lot to do with the economic downturn, but it was the first one in almost a century.

So it’s really interesting.

It seems like stocks are really getting a boost from this.

And that’s really good news.

And they’re getting a lot out of it.

The Dow is still up nearly 4% in terms of earnings per share.

And earnings have been very, very strong.

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