The greatest stock market rally ever in US History continues. Sets new all-time highs again today!
After President Trump was elected the stock markets exploded. The markets are a gauge of the economy and include expectations of the future. On November 8th, 2016, the DOW stood at 18,332. Since that date the DOW has soared. On Thursday the DOW closed at 29,388 or 11,056 points higher than the day of the 2016 election!
The markets are starting 2020 with a bang! Never has has the DOW risen so much in such a short period of time as these three years since the 2016 election. THIS IS HISTORIC!
Not only has the DOW skyrocketed since Donald Trump was elected President, the market’s rise is record breaking.
President Trump’s first year in office (2017) saw the most all-time stock market closing highs (71). The most all-time highs in a year prior to 2017 was 69 in 1995.
Prior to 2016, no year in the DOW’s more than 100-year history ever saw the DOW increase by more than 3,500 points. In 2017 the DOW increased nearly 5,000 points for a record. In 2019 the DOW was up more than 5,000 points (5,210) breaking the 2017 record!
Since President Trump was elected President the DOW tied the record for the most all-time closing highs in a row. In January of 1987 President Reagan saw the DOW increase to new all-time highs a record 12 days in a row. In February of 2017, President Trump matched Reagan’s record.
The DOW reached its fastest 500 point increase between major milestones under President Trump. In January of 2018 the DOW surpassed 26,000 and six days later the DOW surpassed 26,500. Under President Trump the DOW has seen the fastest 1,000; 2,000; 3,000; 4,000; 5,000; 6,000; 7,000, 8,000 and 9,000 point increases in DOW history. No similar records occurred at any time in history.
Also, President Trump didn’t ride an Obama wave, the DOW under Obama was down in 2015 and stayed relatively flat until the 2016 election. The DOW is now officially up more than 60% since the 2016 election.
Presidents GW Bush and Obama NEVER reached a new all-time high in their entire first terms. Presidents (Franklin) Roosevelt, Truman and Carter never reached a new all-time high in their Presidencies.
President Trump has now increased the markets by more than any other President in their entire Presidency.