The Wall Street Journal's take on Dow 10,000 today:
And you thought you had broken even. If investors had bought gold when the Dow first closed above 10000 in March 1999, they'd be up almost 280%. Put another way, Dow 10000 a decade ago "cost" 36 ounces of gold, treating each Dow point as $1. When the Dow revisited that level Wednesday, it was worth only 9.276 ounces of gold.
ZeroHedge's take on Dow 10,000 yesterday:
And if you want to be really scared, here is the comparable representation for the DJIA in ounces of gold. It cost about 30 ounces to buy the 10,000 Dow last time. Now it costs less than 10.
And you wonder why the WSJ always seems to be so bearish?
Look where they get their material!