The global stock market went from the biggest in history to the biggest trading day of 2017 with an average price of over $8,500.
As we head into 2018, however, it appears investors are more focused on other markets than the stock market.
According to the latest data from Investopedia, the stock markets of the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East are all outperforming the rest of the world.
In fact, the U.S. market was the world leader for the first time in 2018, while the European stock market had a 10 percent year-over-year increase.
The biggest rally in the world, however was also the biggest plunge.
For the second straight year, the S&P 500, the largest index in the U, fell 4.5 percent.
This comes as a shock to the markets as stocks have been rallying since Donald Trump took office.
For investors, the move could be seen as the beginning of a bear market.
For some, the lack of volatility in the stock price could be an indication that the economy is struggling.
In a report published by Thomson Reuters earlier this month, analyst Michael Hirsch pointed out that, while there is some volatility in stocks, the market is still in a bubble.
Hirsch pointed to the fact that the S.&, T.&am, and P.&an stocks had all gained over 100 percent from January through September.
He added that while the market could be on a bubble, it is not.
Hear more about the global stock markets from InvestOpedia’s analysts.
As a result, many investors are focusing on the markets of Europe and the United Kingdom, where stocks are currently trading above their all-time highs.
The S&am is up more than 4 percent, while London’s P.
S stock has climbed over 20 percent.
But in the Middle Eastern market, the benchmark Arab index has risen just 2.3 percent.