Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDEXDJX: .DJI)
Description: Popularly known as ‘the Dow’, it is the oldest and most well-known Wall Street equity indices. Despite its illustrious history, investments have migrated to S&P and Nasdaq because of their more representative constituents. So the index doesn’t have a wide capital following. Still, it is a benchmark index with a roster of large-cap international companies. Volatility is relatively higher due to its small constituents (30).
Long-term bullish; rebounded sharply in November to challenge its overhead resistance.
- Includes many major US companies
- Bull run since 2009
- Long history
- Narrow base (30)
- Large-cap focussed
- No transportation or utility sectors
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