Many American workers will be celebrating a three-day weekend because Monday, Nov. 11, is Veterans Day. However, the stock market will be open for business on Monday. 

Even though Veterans Day is a federal holiday, traders at the New York Stock Exchange will be working regular hours and will miss New York City's Veterans Day parade. The Nasdaq is also open regular hours on Monday, but the bond market will be closed. Currencies and commodities will also be open for trading.

In a special episode of Mad Money on Friday, Jim Cramer spoke to U.S. Air Force Academy cadets ahead of Veterans Day, advising them how to protect your financial assets and build your portfolio.

What a day !!! pic.twitter.com/4nRwBV4UXp

— Jim Cramer (@jimcramer) November 9, 2019

President Donald Trump has accepted an invitation from the United War Veterans Council to lead the 100th annual Veterans Day parade in New York City. The New York Post reports that President Trump will be the first president to lead New York City's Veterans Day Parade.

President Donald J. Trump will offer a tribute to the men and women who have served our nation during the Opening Ceremony of this year's Centennial New York City Veterans Day Parade, United War Veterans Council Chairman Douglas McGowan announced today. https://t.co/Ijljr4vMbm pic.twitter.com/tSFyOPa861

— UWVC.org (@UnitedWarVets) November 6, 2019


When is the stock market closed?

There are only two more federal holidays in 2019 on which the stock market will be fully closed: Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, Nov. 28) and Christmas Day (Wednesday, Dec. 25). For a full list of U.S. federal holidays on which the stock market is closed, please read TheStreet's column outlining these dates.

What are the regular hours for the stock market?

Regular trading hours for the NYSE and Nasdaq are 9:30 am to 4 pm Eastern on weekdays.

Veterans Day isn't the only holiday on Monday, November 11, 2019

Veterans Day in the U.S. will be sharing the holiday with Alibaba's   (BABA)  Singles Day in China. Jacob Sonenshine and TheStreet's tech experts broke down what Alibaba's massive online shopping day has in store this year.

Technical Analyst Bret Kenwell explains that Singles Day is China's equivalent to Amazon's Prime Day sales event. Here's why Alibaba could break out and how to trade BABA stock now.