The Dow Jones Industrial Average has been hitting new records for years, with the S&P 500 hitting a record high.
And it’s only getting worse.
The Dow is currently the largest index index in the world, and has been gaining steam as investors look to diversify their portfolios.
But for many Americans, the stock market isn’t the only place to start investing.
The median household income in the U.S. is now $55,914.
But the median American household doesn’t have a lot of savings.
That’s according to a new report from Bankrate.com.
The median household in the country saves $8,895 a year, and their average net worth is $9,927.
The average household in America has $10,868 of wealth, but they have only $4,400 of retirement savings.
And it’s not just the median household.
The report found that the average household is only saving a little over $5,000 in retirement savings, and they’re saving just $7,800 in a 401(k) account.
While retirement savings is a good thing, it’s also a big part of how Americans make ends meet.
The study found that Americans spend more on food and other purchases each year than they save.
And with that money in the bank, Americans are less likely to worry about having enough money to cover expenses.