Why it’s worth keeping your eyes on the big picture

In the wake of the election of President Donald Trump, it seems that many investors have begun to take a close look at the stock market.

The recent surge of interest in stocks is not just because of the positive outlook for the economy and the broader economy, but also because of how well-funded the stock industry is.

As of mid-September, there were 4.4 trillion shares outstanding, according to Bloomberg data.

This was an increase of about 300,000 shares from last month.

Investors have also begun to look for opportunities in other sectors.

For instance, the average price of stocks has been on an upward trajectory since last year, and there are more options than ever.

In other words, stocks are going up.

But if you want to know what’s going on with them, you need to take them seriously.

The market is currently in a bubble.

Here’s what that means: When the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) goes up, stocks tend to go up.

This happens because of an increase in the demand for stocks, and because investors are buying shares, or more specifically, selling shares.

In the last year or so, investors have started to see the benefits of stocks and have started piling into them.

As the stock markets rise, there is a lot of money flowing into them and many people have put their money into them, hoping to reap the rewards.

For many people, however, the benefits don’t outweigh the risks.

For example, if a stock starts to fall, people lose their money.

And when the markets fall, there are a lot more people losing their money as well.

This means that if you’re a stock investor and you want the big gains to continue, you have to be willing to take risks and take a chance.

But there is one thing you can do that can make stocks more attractive to investors: If you invest in the big-ticket stocks, they will grow over time.

They will grow more slowly than if you just invested in the smaller-ticket, less-invested companies.

In fact, the big ticket companies are likely to grow more than the small-ticket companies, according the Pew Research Center.

The reason is that they are more risky.

For one thing, they are typically more complex.

This is especially true for large companies.

Large companies typically have more assets and more cash to burn.

But small companies are more dependent on the government and the economy, and that has a tendency to hurt them in the short term.

In this respect, the small stocks are likely more vulnerable than the big companies.

The big ticket stocks are a good place to invest if you are looking for a stock that has an upside but that you can lose money on in the long run.

And in this case, you can get a lot out of them.

Here are the top 10 big ticket shares: 1.

Google: $13.25 billion 2.

General Electric: $11.4 billion 3.

IBM: $10.3 billion 4.

Nike: $9.6 billion 5.

Verizon: $8.8 billion 6.

Ford: $7.3 million 7.

Microsoft: $6.6 million 8.

Boeing: $5.9 million 9.

Apple: $4.6 mln 10.

Caterpillar: $3.4 million In other parts of the stock chart, big-and-small companies have been on a steady decline.

For some of these companies, there has been a large gain.

For others, there have been losses.

However, if you look at a chart of the total number of shares outstanding in the S&P 500 (the index for large-cap companies), there has also been a huge increase.

In November, there was about 6,200.

In December, there had been 6,500.

The biggest gains in the last few months were recorded by Google and IBM, with the others falling in size.

Here is a chart showing the total value of all stocks in the index.

The chart also shows the average share price, which has grown substantially over the last two years.

The companies that have made big gains in this period have also benefited from the government stimulus, and they have been growing faster than the rest of the market.

In a sense, the stock bubble is starting to burst.

It is too soon to tell if the stock price bubble will continue to burst, or if it will start to deflate a bit.

But the big question for investors is whether the bubble will burst sooner than it has before.

What happens if the bubble does burst?

Investors who were hoping to take advantage of the bubble’s benefits should keep an eye on what happens to the stock prices of the companies that are losing money, or that are growing in size, or are losing ground.

What they need to keep in mind is that if these companies are not going to start to grow quickly enough, they may have to go out of business.

That is a bad thing.

If these companies were to