w York (CNN Business)This stunning bull run appears to have no end in sight.
The Dow and Nasdaq are both approaching splashy numerical milestones. The Dow is about 2% away from topping 30,000 while the Nasdaq is less than 2% from 10,000 after hitting a new record high on Wednesday.
So is it finally time for investors to bail on stocks? It’s only natural for people to start worrying about a top and a looming correction (or even a bear market.)
But selling stocks just because indexes hit splashy new highs is silly. Long-term investors know that even if the market has occasional hiccups, stocks tend to keep climbing over the long haul.