Dow Jones 30 Constituents & Analysis

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The table below lists the constituents of the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index (DJIA). You can rank the top US30 companies in the index by name, market cap, price-earnings ratio and earnings per share. We also provide a buy-sell rating, analysis and the pros and cons of each stock.

List of companies in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA/US30/Wall Street) Index

US30 CompanyPrice ($)Market CapP/E RatioEPS1m Change6m Change1y Change
3M Co (MMM)105.26$58.2 bn#N/A-12.7213.6% 21.7% 23.1%
American Express Co (AXP)242.82$174.7 bn2012.144.2% 40.2% 43.3%
Amgen Inc (AMGN)312.47$167.6 bn44.65714.9% 14.7% 36.7%
Apple Inc (AAPL)189.87$2,911.5 bn29.536.4314.5% 0.2% 2.6%
Boeing Co (BA)184.95$113.5 bn#N/A-3.548.5% -21.3% -12.9%
Caterpillar Inc (CAT)356.27$174.2 bn16.0922.15-0.4% 39.9% 47.7%
Chevron Corp (CVX)162.67$299.8 bn14.9710.870.5% 12.3% 5.8%
Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO)48.17$195.0 bn16.222.970.1% 0.2% -6.6%
Coca Cola Co (KO)63.03$271.5 bn25.322.494.1% 7.6% 2.9%
Dow Inc (DOW)59.19$41.6 bn35.31.683.9% 13.6% 14.0%
Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS)467.72$150.8 bn18.2625.6112.1% 33.9% 41.4%
Home Depot Inc (HD)344.21$341.1 bn23.0914.912.4% 6.2% 14.2%
Honeywell International Inc (HON)205.97$134.1 bn23.888.635.3% 3.8% 2.8%
Intel Corp (INTC)31.85$135.6 bn33.420.95-7.4% -24.8% -9.0%
International Business Machines Corp (IBM)169.03$155.3 bn19.148.83-7.1% 4.9% 24.3%
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)154.64$372.2 bn10.1715.213.7% -2.7% -5.8%
JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM)204.79$588.1 bn12.3716.568.1% 29.6% 43.7%
McDonald's Corp (MCD)272.38$196.3 bn23.1411.77-1.2% -4.8% -7.1%
Merck & Co Inc (MRK)131.19$332.3 bn147.060.893.3% 24.9% 19.0%
Microsoft Corp (MSFT)420.21$3,123.1 bn36.4111.544.8% 13.8% 24.3%
Nike Inc Cl B (NKE)92.18$139.1 bn27.113.4-2.1% -19.9% -15.8%
Procter & Gamble Co (PG)167.64$395.7 bn27.416.124.4% 10.2% 13.1%
Salesforce Inc (CRM)285.61$276.5 bn67.954.24.3% 13.9% 31.6%
Travelers Companies Inc (TRV)219.71$50.3 bn16.3313.452.5% 19.9% 25.1%
UnitedHealth Group Inc (UNH)524.63$482.9 bn32.0116.396.8% -4.3% 11.8%
Verizon Communications Inc (VZ)40.06$168.6 bn14.942.683.8% 5.3% 11.9%
Visa Inc Class A (V)280.1$560.5 bn34.48.142.9% 10.1% 23.7%
Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc (WBA)​1​.18.18$15.7 bn#N/A-7-0.2% -12.6% -43.9%
Walmart Inc (WMT)64.65$521.1 bn33.791.917.5% 25.7% 25.8%
Walt Disney Co (DIS)103.25$188.2 bn111.860.92-7.8% 12.2% 15.0%

What is a constituent of the Dow Jones?

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) constituents are the 30 American companies whose stocks are included in the Wall Street index. US30 constituents are typically the biggest publically listed companies in a broad range of sectors and industries and are chosen by the S&P Dow Jones Indices committee to reflect the health of the U.S. economy. 

What is the current Dow Jones 30 price?

Today’s DJ30 index price is 40,003.59 (as of 17/05/2024 17:21) which is a change of 134.21 or 0.34% from the last closing price of 40,003.59 with a constituent traded volume of 305,077,653. The most recent daily high has been 40,010.88 and daily low 39,858.86. The DJ30 index price 52 week high has been 40,051.05 and the 52 week low 32,327.2.

What is the Dow Jones 30?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA/DJ30/Dow/Wall Street), is one of the oldest and most widely recognized stock market indices. It is named after Charles Dow, who created the index with his business partner Edward Jones in 1896.

The DJIA is one of the most heavily traded financial instruments in the world as it tracks the performance of the 30 largest, most established and most profitable companies listed on the NASDAQ and New York Stock Exchange. Because of the way the index is weighted and size of the companies in the DJIA, there is always plenty of liquidity for larger traders, news flow and company results to reduce volatility.

How can you trade and invest in the Dow Jones 30?

Here are the most common ways to trade and invest in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), and who they are appropriate for:

  1. Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs): DJ30 ETF lets you buy all the stocks in the DJIA in one go. It is the simplest way for beginner investors to invest in Wall Street, as exchange-traded funds like DIA SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF Trust (DIA) track the price movements of the index and accumulate or pay out company dividends. Suitable for all investors.
  2. Individual Stocks: You can buy shares of the US30 constituents of the DJIA. This is a good way to speculate on the performance of specific companies. It is particularly useful if you think that certain stocks will outperform others as you can go long and short and remain neutral to the underlying index moves. Suitable for advanced investors.
  3. Index Futures: Let you speculate through the CME with margin whether the price of the DJIA will go up or down in the short to medium term. Suitable for advanced investors
  4. Options: DJIA options are a good tool for hedging portfolios against significant market moves. However, in recent years they have become more popular as a tool for speculating on the short-term intra-day price movements of the DJIA.

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