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Did you think 19,000 was possible a month ago as we hit a slide leading up to election? No? Well you were wrong, and Tuesday that happened.
After 10 of 12 positive trading sessions, the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit the 19,000 milestone Tuesday, the second consecutive day with a record close. Meanwhile, President-elect Trump continued to, well, be president-elect driving the healthcare sector down while all other sectors, including oil, ticked higher.
So, while investors were wondering if we've hit a ceiling (some aren't convinced) TheStreet and its affiliates were busy digging up investment ideas on how to navigate this historic rally, the changing world of technology and health care and how to invest in this year's holiday shopping session, which officially kicks off Friday.
Here are the highlights:
How to Be a Smarter Biotech Investor
Interpreting "K-M curves" correctly is an important tool for biotech investors. Full story
Enterprise Tech Firms Are Desperate to Buy Their Way to Growth
Weak sales growth, large cash balances and still-favorable credit markets have enterprise giants willing to open up their checkbooks. An offshore cash tax deal could provide a fresh incentive. Full story
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Chart of the Day: Johnson & Johnson Stock Goes Into Full Breakdown
What U.K. Bondholders Should Know Before the Autumn Statement
A hard Brexit or a recession could push the debt-to-GDP ratio sharply higher. Full story
Video of the Day: Black Friday Winners Will Include J.C. Penney, Ulta, Kate Spade