Market hours in America, a weekly market report published by the Association of Brokers and Dealers on Thursday, have been up more than 8% over the past two weeks, according to data from BNA.
Market basket minutes have also risen as much as 6%.
Market hours, or the number of hours spent buying or selling a stock, have also been at an All-Time high, at 2,814 hours, a BNA report said.
The market’s high prices are the result of investors buying and selling more than they normally would, BNA said.
“It’s driven by demand,” said Brian Kallman, president of the market basket research firm.
“People want to buy something that they can easily get for cheap, and there are a lot of options.
There’s a lot going on,” Kallmen said.
In the past, there was a “sudden spike in demand for stocks, which is why the prices jumped, but then the market’s price stabilized,” Kaltman said.
Market baskets are used to help investors determine the level of risk they should take.
They have historically been used to gauge volatility in stocks, and they are used by many stock market participants to help decide whether to buy or sell.
The market basket numbers, however, are only one part of the overall market data.
The market’s total market cap is $1.6 trillion, up 2.7% over last week, according the BNA data.
The number of market shares increased 4.2% from a week ago, but the share count was down 8.2%.
Market shares are not a measure of market capitalization, but rather a measure that a company’s share of the total market.
The share count, as well as the market share, also fluctuate week to week.
Market shares typically measure how much of the entire market is owned by a single company, and their value has been on the rise over the last several years.
Market shares rose from around $1 billion to around $3 billion last year, according a Bloomberg analysis.
Market share has risen as a share of overall market capitalizations, according an analysis from Bloomberg, but that trend has reversed recently.
The BNA market basket figures for December are below the current average.
Bryan Brookes, a market analyst with RBC Capital Markets, said he expected more market share gains.
“We do think that the market is going to grow, but not as quickly as it did a year ago,” Brookes said.
Brookes noted that some of the rise in market share comes from people investing in companies that are being sold off, such as the healthcare and food industries.
“You have to remember that, right now, there are so many companies in the marketplace that are worth $5 billion or $10 billion, they’re worth more than the entire US economy,” Brooking said.