There was a lot of hoo-ha about the Dow Jones index’s jump above the 22,000 mark. But being weighted by share price rather than market capitalisation means it is not particularly useful index to follow.
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There has been a lot of fuss in the past few days about the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaching the 20,000 mark. Ignore it.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, one of the world’s most watched and most cited stock indices, began life on this day in 1885.
In recent days, the Dow has been a nightmare to figure out. At times like these, it’s best to let the market alone, says John C Burford.
After a strong QE-fuelled rally yesterday US stocks are looking to make a more sedate start today, says Kam Patel.
US stocks are poised to kick off on a positive note as investors shrug off falls in oil prices and factor in fresh stimulus for the eurozone.
After a sparkling performance yesterday, US stocks are poised for a pullback at open today, says Kam Patel.
Tuesday’s reversal of fortunes in the Dow Jones came as no surprise to those who could read the signs, says spread betting trader John C Burford.
After yesterday’s batterig, US stocks should open on a flat to mixed note today, as investors remain wary of falling oil prices.
US stocks are seen opening on a cautious note ahead of a flurry of key US economic data that could help the Dow Jones hit 18,000 for the first time.
US stocks look set to notch up hefty opening rises, says Kam Patel, as they build on gains made in the previous session.
US stocks are looking to bounce back after a dismal performance last week and ahead of a key Fed meeting on Wednesday,s ays Kam Patel.
US stocks look set to pullback hard at open on disappointment over the latest Chinese industrial production data and a further slump in oil prices.
US stocks are seen heading lower at open today on weak global economic data, says Kam Patel.
Using Elliot wave theory and tramline trading, John C Burford shows how the relief rally in the Dow Jones was entirely predictable.
We may have seen a major top in the Dow Jones, says John C Burford. The path of least resistance is now down.
Markets around the world have taken a hammering in recent days. John Stepek looks at what’s spooked them, and how you can protect your wealth.
The Dow Jones index is only just back to its 1999 record if inflation is taken into account.
The FTSE 100 rallied yesterday afternoon after a weak start to the day. The index closed up 0.1% at 6,474.