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Overview of the Dow Jones Index

by Jerry Jose CEO
In the US, the Dow Jones Index is one of the major indicators of market movements. The other two major market indexes are the NASDAQ and the S&P 500. Collectively, they are known as the Security Marke
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  • It is a price weighted average index of 30 major companies
  • The Dow was founded in 1896 by Charles Dow, and at that time
  • Technical indicators or different theories we have today
  • Technical analysis on any stocks
  • Investors trading stocks on the Dow Jones index
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Before you get involved in trading on the Dow Jones index, you should research the historical movement of the index. Markets move in a cyclical manner and have four phases. By using technical analysis, you can determine where the next trend will end and where the next one will start. Getting into the market that is bearish will not benefit you. Even if you have the best stocks, the market will pull it down. If you are looking to invest, try to buy just as the bulls are stepping in with the prices still low.

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Cheryl Baumgartner Professional   Medical Billing/Coding/Insurance
Some people make a lot of money in the market, the majority lose. There are a lot of retired people out there right now working because their 401K's went bye bye, lost by retirement programs playing the market.
Sep 29th 2010 09:33   
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