The S & P 500 Index (SPX) is up a whopping 3,800 points since the start of 2017.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is now up 3,600 points, and the Nasdaq Composite (XOM) is also up 3:20 p.m.
EST (4:20 a.m., GMT).
The S&s are up for the fifth straight year, the best run of gains since the financial crisis in 2008.
And while the S&ips are up 5% so far this year, that still leaves stocks trading at an all-time low, according to FactSet.
The chart below shows how the S &s and the Dow are moving in the last three weeks.
In the chart below, the S.P. 500 (SPY) is shown as the average of the Dow Jones, S&Ps, and Nasdaq (XO) in the three weeks ending March 7.
The S. & ;P 500 (DJI) is the index of large-cap stocks in the S-shaped U.S. market.
The Nasdaq is the global market index for technology companies, financials, and technology related businesses.
The Dow Jones is the largest-cap index of U.K. shares.
The Russell 2000 is a measure of global wealth created by the Dow.