Dow Jones Industrial Average

Dow Jones Industrial Average

Dow Jones Industrial Average a.k.a. DJIA is a stock index consisting of 30 large companies that collectively is approximately $8.33 Trillion market capitalization. Originally intended to measure the overall performance of the stock market. But as large as the overall has become, many investors feel that it is inadequate representation of the US stock market compared to indices that represent a broader measure.

  1. 3M – NYSE: MMM
  2. American Express – NYSE: AXP
  3. Apple – NYSE: AAPL
  4. Boeing – NYSE: BA
  5. Caterpillar, Inc. – NYSE: CAT
  6. Chevron Corp – NYSE: CVX
  7. Cisco Systems – NYSE: CSCO
  8. Coca-Cola Company – NYSE: KO
  9. Dow Inc. – NYSE: DOW
  10. ExxonMobil – NYSE: XOM
  11. Goldman Sachs NYSE: GS
  12. The Home Depot – NYSE: HD
  13. IBM – NASDAQ: INTC
  14. Intel – NASDAQ: INTC
  15. Johnson & Johnson – NYSE: JNJ
  16. JPMorgan Chase – NYSE: JPM
  17. McDonald’s – NYSE: MCD
  18. Merck & Co – NYSE: MRK
  19. Microsoft – NASDAQ: MSFT
  20. Nike – NYSE: NKE
  21. Pfizer – NYSE: PFE
  22. Procter & Gamble – NYSE: PG
  23. Raytheon Technologies – NYSE: RTX
  24. The Travelers Companies – NYSE: TRV
  25. UnitedHealth Group – NYSE: UNH
  26. Verizon – NYSE: VZ
  27. Visa Inc. – NYSE: V
  28. Walmart – NYSE: WMT
  29. Walgreens Boots Alliance – NASDAQ: WBA
  30. The Walt Disney Company – NYSE: DIS

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