By: Matt Egan / FOXBusiness
Hovering at just below 14000, the Dow Industrials are less than 300 points away from setting all-time highs. But unlike prior milestones don’t expect any fireworks to commemorate the feat.
The apathy for the great run that began in 2009 finds its roots in skepticism about easy-money policies from the Federal Reserve, disappointment with continued sluggishness in the real economy and psychological damage inflicted on investors who lived through the Great Recession.
Continue reading at FOXBusiness for why this has been one of the least celebrated bull markets of all time.