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DJIA Over the Century

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Fri, 14 Oct 2011

DJIA, one of first stock indexes in America, beginning from 1890s, consists of 30 companies in the US. From middle 1897 – 2007, DJIA Index went from 30 – 14,000 points, reaching the compounded annual return of 5.7%. If we put $1 into DJIA in the middle of 1897, we would have US$467 in October 2007.

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