Stocks barely moved on Monday, and investors continue to worry about not worrying enough.
Stocks rose slightly, with the Dow Jones industrial average closing in record territory for a ninth straight day.
Low volatility remains one of the key themes in the markets as Monday was the 13th day in a row the S&P 500 closed within 0.3% of its opening level. Markets haven't been this complacent since 1966.
The S&P 500 edged higher by 0.14%, while the Dow ticked up 0.12% and the Nasdaq gained 0.59%. The markets were quiet Monday and news was slow from major companies.
Tesla made headlines, announcing it is planning a $1.5 billion bond offering to raise cash ahead of ramping up production of the Model 3.
First up, the scoreboard: