The Dow 30 are companies such as The Home Depot, McDonald's, Nike, Walt Disney and Coca-Cola that are used to compute the Dow Jones Industrial Average, states Dividend.com. The Industrial Average is meant to serve as an ... More »

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Companies used to compute the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as of January 2015, include 3M, American Express, AT&T, Boeing, Chevron, Cisco Systems, Coca-Cola, DuPont, Exxon Mobil, General Electric, Goldman Sachs, Home De... More »

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average is an index comprising the average value of the stocks of 30 large corporations during a trading session. The Dow gives investors an idea of how well the entire stock market is doing and ... More »

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average is calculated by dividing the added value of the 30 stocks in the index by a value known as the Dow divisor, according to Investopedia. Because of factors such as stock splits and dividen... More »

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a stock market index that, as of March 2015, lists 30 major American companies. Dow Jones & Company is a financial information firm that publishes the Dow Jones Industrial Average and ... More »

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average consists of stocks from 30 industrial companies that combine together to form an average indicator of the market as a whole. The group comes from a representative sample of companies incl... More »

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a method of gauging the financial health of the stock market by measuring the prices of 30 chosen companies, as of 2014. It was originally created by Charles Dow in 1896 as an average ... More »

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