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The Dow Jones Industrial Average passed 25,000 for the first time this week, and tech stocks reached new records, too. At more than eight years old, this long bull market has to end sometime. But so far investors are still riding it.

Roughly half of Americans own no stocks, even indirectly. The wealthiest 1 percent own about 40 percent of shares and the richest 10 percent own 85 percent.

If you’re in these cohorts — and even if you’re not — how are you changing your investing strategy in response to these record highs?

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This Week’s Links:

December jobs report: Tight labor market sends black unemployment to historic lows | Jared Bernstein

Without rent, inflation is way below the Fed’s 2 percent target | Dean Baker

The millennium is off to a bad economic start | Bloomberg View

China, the innovation dragon | Simon Johnson

•  Working at Walmart at age 79 — a preview of an America without pensions | The Washington Post

A look at recreational marijuana sales | Josh Lehner


Today’s Econ Haiku:

Bull? How long before

The makers’ stagnant wages

Trip up Wall Street’s run