Private Vista Partner Bob Westrick explains that 339 point spike in the Dow Jones

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We noticed this afternoon that the Dow Jones took a steep 339-point increase. Private Vista Partner Bob Westrick explains how that happened. One of a handful of factors is the imminent tax plan.

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