The Dow Jones chart and quote to the left provides intra-day data for the current/most recent trading day. Clicking the update icon located at the top-right corner will pull the very latest data throughout the trading day. An interactive chart is provided below to help illustrate the intermediate to long-term trend. The chart can easily be adjusted to a time frame of your choosing using the associated scrollbar. Also, 20 years of Dow Jones price history is presented in the form of a seasonality chart (e.g. average year chart). This can prove rather insightful due to the fact that some stocks/sectors tend to perform especially well during certain periods of the year. In addition, this page includes today’s Dow Jones price data.
FYI — The included interactive chart below is a Heikin-Ashi chart (a variation of a candlestick chart) that is helpful in determining the current trend of a stock/market. Also, trendlines and trend channels are added to popular charts when appropriate. The stock page of any stock can be accessed quickly by simply typing in the company name or stock symbol in the search bar at the top right of any page. In addition, you can quickly access over 100 popular financial market charts from the footer of any page.
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Dow Jones Chart Today FAQ
What is the purpose of the Dow Jones Industrial Average?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average measures the average performance of 30 blue-chip stocks and is a widely quoted gauge of the stock market.
Is the Dow the oldest US stock market index?
The Dow Jones Industrial average is the second oldest US stock market index. The oldest US stock market index (by two years) is the Dow Jones Transportation Average.
What is the average return of the Dow Jones?
Since 2000, the average annual total return (i.e. stock price gains plus dividend payments) of the Dow Jones Industrial Average has been 7.5%.
When did the Dow hit 10,000 for the first time?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average first crossed 10,000 in 1999.