The stock market will take over the $10 trillion market by the end of 2020.
In 2020, the stock markets will be trading at a record $5.6 trillion.
The next two years are going be the hottest of the decade with $1 trillion in annual gains.
In 2019, the market will be worth $4 trillion.
And 2020 will be the most lucrative year of the bull market as it will add $2 trillion to the market.
But in 2020, you will see a lot of bull markets ending and others beginning.
“The next two to three years will be like a bubble bursting,” said Peter Fauci, the chief investment officer of Fauchi Wealth Management, who previously worked at JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley.
“The bulls are going through a huge period of time where they will have to figure out how to turn this around.
I don’t think there is any question that it will take the market to a new level.”
The bull market is set to hit the U.S. dollar at an all-time high in 2020 and that’s because it is going to add $5 trillion to GDP.
But investors will also see the Fed raising interest rates twice this year and the government spending and borrowing more to stimulate the economy.
That’s going to have a huge impact on how much money will flow into the market in 2020.
“The Fed is raising interest rate twice this summer and they are going back to a zero rate environment,” Fauuci said.
The stock market is likely to be a big contributor to the overall U.N. debt, the World Bank and other global bodies will be watching the markets closely.
The World Bank is looking to cut its $5 billion loan to the U,S.
economy, which is a record.
If the markets don’t go into a bear market, it could mean the U and the US. are in a lot worse financial position than people think.
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This story has been updated to correct the name of the bank that provided the information for the Bloomberg story.