Today’s stock market is trading in the stratosphere.

That’s thanks to a $10 billion marketing blitz.

The biggest campaign to date is targeting stock market traders who are considering buying stocks.

The effort aims to build up a network of investors with a strong interest in the stocks, which is expected to add $4.6 billion to the economy in 2018.

That effort, known as a stock market visit, is one of a slew of new initiatives being rolled out to try to drive stock market activity and profits.

The campaigns include a $1.5 billion effort to help young people, and a $7 billion effort aimed at millennials, according to The New York Times.

The stock market has a lot going for it.

It has been growing steadily for decades, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average rising more than 3,000 points this year.

The S&P 500 gained 1,600 points.

The Nasdaq Composite Index jumped more than 5 percent.

That was a record for a U.S. stock market day since at least 2008, according the Times.

But the economy has been in a deep slump for years.

The Dow Jones index is down nearly 3,400 points this month and is down more than 2,000 for the year.

It’s been at its lowest point since May of 2017.

That slump began when President Donald Trump signed a sweeping tax cut bill, which had its biggest impact on small businesses and workers.

The Dow Jones has fallen 6.5 percent in 2018, and is at its worst point since the early 1980s.

For a while, it was down around 2,700 points.

Now, the Dow is on a 10-month high and is on track to hit record highs in 2019.

The index is currently at 2,973, and the S&amps have traded at 2.9.

Investors are hoping the campaign will help boost stock market prices.

For many, it’s the first step toward buying a stock and putting it in the pocket of their 401(k) accounts.

That’s because of the potential of an IPO, a stock that would become public after being traded on the market.

The price of a stock on the public market could be $2.50 or more.

It could also be more than $3,000.

In an effort to boost stock prices, the administration has put out a number of stock visit plans.

Investors are being encouraged to spend $10 on a stock visit, which costs just $25 per person.

For some investors, the strategy is more than a financial benefit.

It also gives them a chance to meet with top executives and learn about what it’s like to be a stock trader, according a letter posted on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s website.

The government has also launched a number, including a stock buyback campaign that includes offering cash rewards of up to $250 for each stock visit.

The program is also available through the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

The president also announced a new program to help the economy.

It includes $5 million in grants for the states and localities to invest in programs designed to help people get their feet wet in the stock market.