The stock market will be on fire on Friday morning.
If the Dow Jones Industrial Average manages to rise past the 10,000 mark, it will become the first time since 1987 that a single day has exceeded the 200-day moving average.
Investors have been anticipating a Dow Jones rally for months and they should have been expecting a big one on Friday.
But that’s not how things turned out.
The Dow rose by nearly 50 points at the start of the day, the most since June 28, 2007.
That was a huge correction for the Dow, which had risen by more than 700 points over the past six months.
The S&P 500 also ended up by more, rising by more as well.
The Nasdaq also finished the day down nearly 5%.
The Dow is still up more than 300 points and is still the biggest U.S. stock index, with a market cap of more than $7 trillion.
The market cap is expected to reach $8 trillion this year.
As the Dow continues to rise, investors are worried about the health of the environment.
Environmental protection stocks are expected to rise further on Friday as well, according to the investment research firm Morningstar.
A lot of people are betting on environmental protection stocks this week, but not everyone is convinced.
Wall Street is also betting on the recovery of the U.K. economy and the outlook for the eurozone.
That could mean that the market is less likely to see an immediate correction.