from the Wall Street Journal article The S&P 500 Index is up 8.3 percent this year.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 10.3.
The Nasdaq Composite is up 13.4.
But there’s a new one, too: the home equity market.
The average price of a home is up more than 3 percent.
And the number of homes in the market has risen more than 7 percent since January.
According to the S&s Dow Jones Indices, the average price for a home has increased by 3.2 percent this month.
The S-shaped line on the chart below represents the index’s average price.
A look at the S-shape of the index.
The S-curve shows the price of homes and shares of stocks on the same axis.
This is an average of S&ing’s data for all the SPS data available to the market.
So far this year, the S &D is up 6.6 percent.
On the flip side, the market is up about 2.2 percentage points.
At this point, this is the largest increase since the financial crisis.
How to get into the market, however, is not as easy.
As the S.&:amp;B Dow Jones index shows, investors are entering the market to buy homes rather than stock, which is the traditional way to enter the market in the wake of a stock market crash.
This is why it is important for investors to do more research before making a purchase.
The index shows the average purchase price of new homes for every month since January, compared with the average of the previous four months.
There are a number of factors that can make a home a good investment.
A home is likely to have lower interest rates and less downside risk than stocks, meaning it is more likely to earn you money when interest rates rise.
And a home that’s on the market now is more stable than a house that’s been on the markets for a while.
But if you’re looking for an investment that will make you rich, the home is the best way to go.