U.S. Stock Market Tops $25 Trillion - Up $1.9 Trillion Since Election

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Bespoke Investment Group
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Below is a chart of total stock market capitalization for stocks in the Russell 3000 going back to 2002. We used the Russell 3000 since its members make up more than 98% of US market cap.

As shown below, total US market cap has moved solidly above the $25 trillion mark over the last couple of weeks. Since Trump won on election night back in early November 2016, US market cap has risen $1.9 trillion. In case you're wondering, US market cap rose $12.3 trillion from Election Day 2008 through Election Day 2016 ($11.4 trillion up to $23.7 trillion).

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Below is a list of the 40 largest stocks in the US. In the table, we show how