Equities

DOW Series

The Dow is the most well-known and respected benchmark for stocks. It’s synonymous with stock market performance.

 

about SERIES

643

DAYS Active

28

Securities

-0.8

Day's RESULT

-5.6

TOTAL RESULTS

Deeper Dive

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) originally included only 12 stocks, most of which were in the railroad sector. It has since grown to include 30 companies across multiple sectors. The DJIA is seen as a gauge for America's economic health. We track this for a baseline for correlated industries. 

Updated on 11/29/2022

Originally published under Charles Dow in 1884, it is currently owned by S&P Dow Jones Indices—a joint venture between Standard & Poor’s and The McGraw-Hill Companies.

The DJIA initial starting with only 12 industrial companies has grown over time to now include 30 companies that all belong to the industrial sector.

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