Is Now the Time to Invest in the Dow Jones?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) dates back to 1896, when horses powered local transportation and Barnum and Bailey were the big names in entertainment. More than a century later, the index still represents the market’s largest and most financially sound companies — the so-called blue-chips. The DJIA, along with the broader S&P 500index, also functions as a gauge for the health of the entire stock market and, to some extent, the U.S. economy.
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