The stock market closed at an all-time high of $11.76.
That’s a $5.37 gain.
And it has never closed below that mark.
The benchmark index is down by more than a quarter since the market’s high in early August.
But that’s nothing compared to the drop of $8.20 for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and $19.30 for the S&P 500.
In fact, the S.&.;P.
500 has lost more than $10,000 this week, and the Dow has lost nearly $300.
The Dow has fallen about 1,000 points since the start of the year.
The S. &M.
is down more than 200 points.
Why is the market so tight?
The answer is that the stock market’s fundamentals have been weak.
That is, the financials have largely been good.
That includes the S & ;P 500, which has rallied more than 1,500 points this year.
But there are some risks lurking that could make stocks worse.
In particular, the economy has struggled to create jobs.
That means there’s not enough demand to keep stocks up.
The result has been that the financial markets are down more in recent months.
That has made it more expensive for investors to hold stocks and has made some investors more likely to sell.
That may have contributed to the selloff.
The stock-market bubble that popped in 2000 and then burst in 2007 was the worst in decades.
In 2014, stocks were trading at more than 300 times earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, or EBITDA, which is a measure of how much money investors earn.
That was a bubble in the making.
The next bubble was in 2007, when stocks were down more like 700 times EBITDAs.
Investors began dumping stocks, but the bubble burst when interest rates plunged and financial markets started to tank.
Those are the types of bubble-like scenarios that investors often talk about when they talk about the market.
But it’s not the only reason stocks are falling.
There are two other problems that are putting downward pressure on the market, both of which have roots in the financial-services sector.
First, the market is being fueled by speculation.
That involves betting on companies that have high future earnings, like Uber Technologies Inc., or big tech companies like Facebook Inc. The problem is that these companies are now very risky.
That can make stocks look expensive.
The other big problem is the Federal Reserve’s interest-rate policy.
If the Fed lowers rates, investors will try to buy stocks.
But because the Fed is not allowed to print money to finance purchases, it’s difficult for investors and investors to buy.
And the market will crash if investors don’t make their bets.
That could make stock prices lower.
What’s the response?
Some have said that investors are too scared to take risks.
That seems to be the case with most of the financial world.
And that worries some investors.
But they are also right that the market has been volatile in recent years.
If investors really wanted to buy more stocks, they would be looking to buy shares that had the potential to deliver a big return.
The only way to buy that potential would be to buy the stocks that have already come off the books.
That would make stocks even more attractive.
That, of course, would mean that the markets are undervalued.
That creates a downward pressure that would make it harder for people to take the risks they are taking.
The fact that so many investors are taking risks is not necessarily a bad thing.
There’s no reason for them to be too scared, though.
A lot of people have tried to do it, and that’s what makes it so challenging.
For example, Warren Buffett has made billions of dollars betting on the stock markets.
And he is right to do so.
But he’s wrong when he says that the investment community is too scared.
In the past, Buffett has bet on stocks and then watched the markets go up and down.
He knows that people make mistakes and the market can sometimes get a little too optimistic.
That leads to a lot of mistakes.
For instance, Buffett didn’t know that the Sustainability Index, a measure that gauges how many investors believe that the world is on track to meet the Paris climate change goals, had risen by more people in recent weeks than it had in previous years.
That makes it more difficult to forecast the impact of global warming.
He also doesn’t understand that the average price of a stock, which measures the price of shares that are offered for sale, has fallen by about 40 percent this year, or about 3 percent per year.
That puts investors in a bind, because the stock prices of the big players are up about a third of a percent.
Buffett has said that he would like to sell a lot more of his stock if he could.
That should change the