The first month of the year was pretty bad for stock prices.
The S&P 500 plummeted 17% in January.
Then the Dow fell 5%.
That followed a year-long decline of 17%.
On Friday, the Dow was up just shy of 15%.
That’s the first time since the year ended in March that the Dow has been above 17% for more than a month.
That’s a big year-over-year jump, and one that will make stock analysts and traders more nervous about the coming year.
On Friday’s index, the S&P 500 has risen just shy for the third time in as many months.
It is up 17% since April, the longest streak of gains since 2007.
That is good news for those hoping for a rebound in the economy and for those who have been fretting about stock prices since the Brexit vote last year.
But the gains are coming at a high price, and many investors are already concerned about the outlook for the future.
Graphic design has changed dramatically since the first time I saw it.
When I was young, the art of design was a hobby, a way to make a living.
In my mid-20s, I was working for a company that made custom design templates for people who wanted to use their creativity to solve real-world problems.
I wanted to design things that could actually make a difference, and I wanted to do it in the way I wanted.
The job didn’t pay very well, but the experience made me want to be a professional designer.
There were lots of things I wanted in my designs, but I couldn’t do it all.
And as I began to work with graphic design as a profession, I realized that I needed to make it easier for people to learn the craft, and for designers to make money.
So I started making my own templates, which I called “gimp.”
And from there, I created a collection of guides and videos that helped people start learning graphic design.
Learn more about design at Vice: https://vice.com/design-graphics-learning-how-to-make-money/article22846425#ixzz3Nx0VvfN9Z