I am a newspaper junkie with three daily print subscriptions and many more visits to online editions on the internet. I have made it a habit to save the print edition of the Wall Street Journal on certain key dates including March 30, 1999, the day that the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) first crossed 10,000. Although the DJIA is a flawed benchmark, no other index has captured the imagination of the public to the same degree. As we again approach the 10,000 level, there are no shortage of commentators ready to discuss what this means for the overall market. Read this article for more details.