Class warfare may be a daily part of the political landscape in our country, but I think there’s something that’s significantly blurring the lines between “us’s” and “thems”. And that’s the Stock Market.Growing up as most of us did in working class families, the stock market was something you only heard a little about. Investing in it was reserved to people of considerable means, not people working from paycheck to paycheck. But in the days since guaranteed pensions have all but disappeared except for most government workers, the stock market has become the place where funds are invested in things like retirement accounts. Investors of all means do so in hopes that they’ll enjoy a more pleasant time after their working days are through. With the Dow Jones Industrial average up more than 10,000 points since the start of 2,017 and another new market record set yesterday, a lot of people are smiling these days. Looking at stock prices has become as common as checking sports scores, and that’s a trend I don’t expect will end any time soon. That’s the way I see it.