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The Dow Indexes

Dow Jones was founded by Charles Henry Dow, Edward Davis Jones and Charles Milford Bergstresser on Wall Street in New York. At that time the company was called Dow, Jones & Company and the company produced and delivered daily news bulletins called to subscribers in the Wall Street area.

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Dow Jones Gold Ratio: Making Money from this All-Important Indicator

The stock market is going down and gold is going up; you could make a lot of money from these moves.

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Stock Technical Analysis: Charles Dow and his Theory

Charles H. Dow (1851- 1902) was first editor of the Wall Street Journal and co-founder of Dow Jones and Company. Between 1899 and 1902 Dow wrote a series of editorials for Wall Street Journal. He didn't write any books about his thought and he never used Dow Theory term.

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The Dissent in Jones v. Harris Associates – Defending Gartenberg, Requesting Review

The renowned legal minds of 7th Circuit judges Frank Easterbrook and Richard Posner have clashed again, this time over the validity and applicability of the Gartenberg approach to claims of excessive mutual fund management fees. Judge Easterbrook, currently chief judge of the 7th Circuit, served on the panel that issued a per curiam opinion in Jones v. Harris Associates, 527 F.3d 627 (7th Cir. 2008) in May 19, 2008. In that case, the judicial panel dismissed the Gartenberg standard that has been relied upon by courts, practitioners and fund managers for more than 25 years.

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Dow Trading: How Reliable Is the Dow Jones Industrial Average?

How the Dow is traded by indices traders with different instruments including futures and option trading

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Dow Jones Index - General Information

Nowadays it is not easy to find a trader who has never heard about the Dow Jones Index. This is the oldest and most popular stock index, which is considered a barometer of the U.S., and hence, of the world stock market.

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How To Audit-Proof Your Tax Return Forever!

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Knowing How Indexes Are Measured

However, stock indexes get calculated differently. The primary difference between an “index” and an “average” is the concept of weighting. Weighting is the relative importance of the items when they are computed within the index.

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The Problem Client - Or Did I Ignore My Gut Feeling?

Have you ever had that gut feeling when interviewing a potential client that something is 'off'? But you went ahead and worked with them anyways?

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Stock market is overbought

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History of Breast Silicone Implant Litigation: 1977-1999

Lawsuits about breast implants tell a fascinating story about how false perception of side effects became courtroom reality. Co-author Dr. James Watson.

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