The data below is a curated selection of data that can help you spot a stock market that’s fake.
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For the first time, a real-time view of the stock market is available on the Recode website.
This is a real time snapshot of the S&P 500 Index.
This shows a snapshot of a stock that’s been tracked in real time by an algorithm.
This market is in a bubble and its going to crash.
I have no idea how this happened.
— Donald Trump, July 24, 2020In a tweet, President Donald Trump says, “It has now been two years and the market has grown at an astounding 18%!”
— Mark Cuban, July 30, 2020The Trump administration has made clear that the fake market is an ongoing threat, warning investors to be prepared for a crash in the coming weeks.
It’s the largest rally since 2008, according to data from FactSet, the data company that tracks the index.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 674.21 points, or 3.6%, to 21,817.21.
The Nasdaq Composite Index is up 16.8%, or 3%, to 5,853.42.
The S&p 500 Index is down 3.4% to 2,878.21, while the Nasdaq is up 3.2% to 4,897.92.