The Dow Jones industrial average surged past the 19,000 milestone for the first time in its 120-year history on Tuesday.
As the post-election rally continues to propel U.S. stocks into record territory, the tech-heavy Nasdaq closed at a record 5386 and the S&P 500 above 2200 for the first time.
The Russell 2000 index, which measures smaller companies, traded higher for the 13th day in a row.
The fresh high marks the sixth time since the election that it has closed at a record.
But, not everyone was impressed by the 1,000 points the index managed to add.
And while discount retail chain stocks did really well, health care companies had it rough.