Coming yet another record high Thursday, the Dow will try to close out the week today by maintaining its record run. If that happens, it would be the Dow’s best winning streak since January, 1992.
The S & P 500 will be looking to make some history too; it closed Thursday within two points of an all-time high.
Despite noting that the “seas are calm” for right now, one economist cautions that the $85 billion in sequestration budget cuts could cause potential harm to the markets.
Ron Mark, The PRICE Futures Group
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