After the Dow Record: Gloom or Boom?

Big-cap stocks should continue to outperform in the wake of the Dow's all-time high, analysts say. But a slowing economy could pose pressure

By now, Wall Street is probably running out of unpopped champagne bottles. On Oct. 5, the Dow Jones industrial average closed at a new all-time high for the third consecutive trading session. The broader Standard & Poor's 500 index cruised to its best levels since February, 2001.

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