Stock futures are set to hit a record low as global market traders continue to panic.
The S&P 500 index is down more than 6% in the past 12 months, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 1.4%.
A stock market correction can hit the world economy with devastating consequences.
Many investors and traders are hoping the global economy will continue to grow at an expected annual rate of about 2% in 2017, which is the current rate of growth of the U.S. economy.
But the economic outlook for the U:S.
has been so dismal that investors are turning to other safe havens.
The S &T 500 index, a gauge of the S&s stock market performance, is currently down 7.5% this year.
The Dow Jones industrial average is down 0.6%.
If stocks continue to fall, it could cause the Dow and the S &s stock indexes to fall even more.
For now, there are some bright spots on the horizon.
The stock market is trading at a record high this morning.
The S&ing index is up 2.2%.
On Wednesday, the Nasdaq composite index will hit a milestone of 14,500,000.
There are some strong positives in this market.
The Dow is up 7.1% so far this year and is up more than 4% from its all-time high.
The index is still down about 20% from the highs of the late 2000s.
As the markets continue to head into the holiday shopping season, some companies are doing well and others are struggling.
Last year, General Motors (GM), which has been in a prolonged slump since it announced a $100 billion bailout in 2015, is trading above its all time high of $200 a share.
It now trades at $195.97.
A new study shows that the tech bubble is back and that investors have been waiting to buy into the tech market, which has the potential to be the next great bubble.
In 2015, the tech boom was the largest one-day rally since the financial crisis.
It was fueled by the likes of Uber (UBER), Airbnb (AIRB), Dropbox (DLTR), Pinterest (PYPL) and others.
The tech bubble has come roaring back, but the market has been on a tear and is now headed into the festive season, when many companies are on their way to their IPO season.
While stocks have been rallying this year, many are concerned about the future.
“The stock market continues to be volatile, but I think we are starting to see some good signs of some of the companies that are struggling in the current environment,” said Brian Gossett, portfolio manager of the ETF Manager.
Gossett said that the S/SPX index is now at an all-year high of 1,700.00.
The Nasdaq is at 2,800.00 and the Dow is at 1,900.00, all of which are up from their all-times highs.
One area that is looking more and more positive is technology companies, which are starting their own boom times.
The company that made the biggest comeback last year is Google (GOOGL).
Google was up 9.2% to close at $1,965.50.
Google is now the No. 1 company in terms of search volume, and it is now one of the biggest growth companies in the world.
It is the first company to break through the $1 billion mark.
However, Google has had to battle with Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN) and other rivals to catch up.
According to Gossetts research, the SPSE is up 11.6% to $7.75.
Investors are worried about Google and other tech companies as they continue to struggle in the market.
Some of the big tech stocks have also struggled.
Apple (AAPL) is down 12.9% this month to $106.97 a share, and Microsoft (MSFT) is at a new low of $12.18 a share after its latest quarterly earnings report.
Companies that have been struggling are also starting to get more money in their pockets.
Tesla (TSLA) has seen its stock price fall by around 25% over the past year.
Its stock price is now up by around 6%.
Apple has already spent more than $1.2 billion this year on capital expenditures to boost its cash flow.
Other tech companies are making more money.
Facebook (fb) is making $1B a year.
Google is making around $2.7B a day.
Microsoft is also making around 4.2B a month.
These companies are all making money, and some of them are earning a lot more than others. Uber (UBE)