SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF

NYSEARCA: DIA
$341.55
+$0.09 (+0.0%)
Closing price January 27, 2022
If a report from UBS proves to be true, U.S. investors are going to be surprised to learn that the big public companies in Europe are set to outpace the growth of U.S. corporate profits in 2017 as a...
Have stocks peaked? Again, calling absolute peaks or bottoms is almost impossible. What is not impossible is to see when markets or sectors become wildly overbought or too crowded.
There is no way to deny that it has been a wild ride since the bull market has officially turned 8 years old. The period of March 6 to March 9 in 2009 marked the miraculous v-bottom trading climax of...
The global tactical equity idea generation team examined the relationship between the S&P 500 and the Goldman Sachs Research's Surprise Index, which compares economic data releases with consensus...
Analyzing the stock market in 2016 and 2015 is becoming harder and harder. The end game, regardless of how you view the market in general, is that this just isn’t your granddaddy’s stock...
The bull market seems to be at a crossroads at the end of 2015. 24/7 Wall St. has compiled many key Wall Street strategist views for 2016.
The stock market just found a new foe for earnings season. That would be Wal-Mart.
Any time there is a major sell-off in stock, bonds usually are the beneficiary. The problem this time around is that interest rates are already so low.
Everyone seems to be guessing about the future and near-term expectations after the recent market panic. The first thing that needs to be considered is that trying to call a bottom in a market is...
Stocks decided to take a breather at the end of May, bringing up many questions ahead of summer about just how strong and powerful this bull market can remain after six years.
There is big news for you indexers out there. Apple will be the next addition to the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
With the Dow nearing a 1,000 point pullback from its high and the S&P 500 nearing a 100-point pullback, investors are starting to wonder again if a full market correction is beginning to take...
So, is it a joke to ask what happened to the sell-off? It depends on whom you ask.
Most international investors also want to invest in strong economies. After all, why should investors chase weak economies where their efforts may be treated poorly?
Source: Frank Golhen, via Wikimedia CommonsMonday might not feel like any major news day, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average has just hit a new all-time high of 16,695.18. On last look, the Dow was...