Valuing the Dow

Jahnke, William
October 1998
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct98, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p38
Academic Journal
Examines the performance of the stock market in the United States, with emphasis on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (Dow). Effects of the sustained bull market in US large capitalization stocks; Difficulty of employing fundamental analysis to value the stock market; Approaches which can be used to predict the performance of the stock market; Dangers of investing without knowing whether the market is overvalued or undervalued; Details on the Dow.


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