Woo-hoo! The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit an-all time high! How often does that happen?
That was the sentiment back in March, and not without reason. It had been more than five years since the Dow peaked, so investors were celebrating. But as it turns out, that milestone is not as important -- or as rare -- as most people think.
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