The Dow Jones hit a new record this week, closing at 21,144 on Thursday. Does this mean investors should cash out and take the gains, or sit back and wait for more growth?
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In Dow Jones news today, the Dow climbed despite disappointing job growth in the United States.
The government, manufacturing, and retail sectors all lost jobs, according to the Labor Department.
The big silver price news today deals with the lackluster May jobs report.
Jobs growth came in less than expected at 138,000, which pushed silver prices to a more than one-month high.
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The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq just closed at record highs for the second day in a row yesterday (June 1).
But investors are concerned these soaring highs could end in a worst-case scenario: Stock Market Crash 2017.
The price of gold in 2017 is now up nearly 11% on the year thanks to its sharp gains this past week.
A big gold catalyst on the horizon is the FOMC meeting on June 13-14, which could dictate gold's path the rest of the year.
Amazon stock has finally crossed the $1,000 barrier this week, but does that mean it's too late to buy Amazon stock?
According to Money Morning experts, Amazon stock is still providing a massive profit opportunity to investors with the right time frame.
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The Dow Jones news today is highlighted by President Trump's decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord and the May jobs report, which is released later today.
Dow Jones futures are up 66 points ahead of the report's release.
(Kitco News) – World stock markets were mostly firmer overnight, following the lead of U.S. stock indexes that hit record highs Thursday. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward slightly higher openings when the New York day session begins. Many world stock markets are also at or near record highs.