NASDAQ Closes Above 3,000 For The First Time Since The .Com Bubble

The Nasdaq closed at 3,039 today. 

This is the first time the tech-heavy index has closed above 3,000 since the fall of 2000, which was when the dotcom bubble was deflating.

Here’s a historical look at the Nasdaq.

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Photo: Google Finance

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