The market is expected to be among the most volatile events in history as it is expected the Dow Jones Industrial Average will reach a record high of 25,000,000.
The index has been soaring for the past several months and has hit a record daily high of 26,000 on Tuesday.
The Dow Jones, as it has been known since 1877, has gone up or down about 10 percent every year.
It peaked at 25,923,834 on March 10, 2021.
The next day, it had a record closing high of 24,906,857.
On Tuesday, it will reach the milestone of 25 and 10, as stocks will move into the record high zone.
The market has had a rough couple of weeks as a result of the government shutdown.
The stock market is up over 20 percent this week.
But investors are not expecting any major sell-offs, even though the government is continuing to reopen.
On Wednesday, the Dow will reach another record high, 26,946,093.
The day before that, the market is set to close at a record level of 26.5, the same as it was on Monday.
On Thursday, the index will reach an all-time high of 27,824,973, and will reach its high point of 26 on Friday.
The index has had an all time high of 30,935,937, which is set on Wednesday.
On Friday, the stock market will close at an all new record high and close at 26.8, as investors will be hoping to sell off some of their investments.
On Monday, the U.S. government will close down, and on Wednesday, it is set for a two-day shutdown.