Mark Gongloff

Huffington Post

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Chief financial writer for the Huffington Post; former reporter, editor and blogger at the Wall Street Journal and CNN/Money

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In 2009, the Dow Jones Industrial Average bottomed out at 6,500. Since then, it's more than doubled, with another record closing last week at 15,354.

The Paradox of Rising Indicators in a Troubled Economy

In 2009, the Dow Jones Industrial Average bottomed out at 6,500. Since then, it's more than doubled, with another record closing last week at 15,354.

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