Dow Jones Industrials (symbol DJI)


Dow Jones Industrials Index: Our Most Recent Articles with Forecasts and Insightful Charts

Below are our latest articles about the Dow Jones Industrials Index that are written by InvestingHaven’s research team articles, symbol DJI.

The Dow Jones Industrials Index Chart is by far the most viewed index. It is also the oldest one among the different U.S. based indexes.

As said we do not actively use the Dow Jones Industrials Index in our forecasts. We prefer to analyze the Russell 2000 index because it has a better representation of the stock market and because it has the best predictive value.

The fact that the Dow Jones Industrials Index is not a leading indicator in forecasting method is not telling anything about the Dow Jones Industrials Index. It just tells something about our method.

Note that the combination of the Russell 2000 with 10-year Yields that signal trend changes in U.S. stock markets. More about our thinking in our continuously updated market monitor 15 Leading Indicators For The Dominant Market Trend

The Dow Jones Industrials Index has a focus on the companies with the largest market cap out there. That’s why this is a great proxy for large international U.S. corporates.

For instance, when there is currency volatility it is primarily the Dow Jones Industrials Index that becomes more volatile. When there is more stock market turmoil, though, the Dow Jones Industrials Index tends to be more stable.

Below you can find our own articles about the Dow Jones Industrials Index. Note that each and every of these articles contain charts that were manually crafted by InvestingHaven’s research team. Especially the monthly charts are awesome, not only because of the patterns they reveal but more so because they are actionable for investors.


Taki Tsaklanos

Taki Tsaklanos

Taki has +15 years of experience in global markets. HIs methodology is unique and effective, yet easy to understand; it is based on chart analysis combined with intermarket / fundamental / sentiment analysis. His work appeared on major financial outlets like FinancialSense, MarketWatch, ... Email: Twitter:

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