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After one of the worst Decembers in history, the Dow Jones had a flying start to 2019. But a recent sell-off has shown some cracks in the bullish trend. What’s next for Dow Jones Index?
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The Dow Jones index today seems a bit confusing. Whether it’s because of mixed signals about the economy, or the ongoing negotiations for a trade deal with China, it seems like the large cap U.S. index doesn’t know where to go. But the Dow Jones stock market today has shown it is resilient and that it trusts the jobs and housing numbers about the economy by promptly moving back up above the 26,000 area over the last months.

Still, some are asking “is the stock market going to crash in 2019?”. That seems unlikely, although we are still technically in one of the longest bull runs in history. Looking at the Dow Jones futures live can cause some concerns for bulls, as the recent fall back down to 25,600 is testing some technical levels but they are hoping that good news will resume the upward momentum. 

So whether we see a Dow Jones all-time high or a Dow Jones sell-off in 2019, the index will most likely have plenty of volatility and the chance for short and long term traders to find good opportunities.

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