The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) reaching 20,000 for the first time appears to be drawing the same kind of attention as it did when the DJIA reached 10,000 a number of years ago. The substantive event is that the index is increasing, which many imply as a sign of better future prospects for the economy and business in general. The market appears to be reacting positively to President Trump’s executive orders. 

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