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What Googling 'Dow Jones' Says About The US Stock Market

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What Googling 'Dow Jones' Says About The US Stock Market

What Googling 'Dow Jones' Says About The US Stock Market

Google search trend data for 'dow jones' indicates the US stock market may have more left to run.

Following an initial spike amid the COVID-19 pandemic in February and March, the search interest for "dow jones" remained elevated all the way through early October.

As searches have begun to trail off, it's a sign that consumer confidence is rising.

According to Markets Insider, consumer and investment sentiment indicators also support the expectation for a continued bull market.


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