DIA - SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
246.96
+2.25 (+0.92%)
As of 10:23AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close244.71
Open248.44
Bid247.72 x 1000
Ask247.84 x 1000
Day's Range246.46 - 248.47
52 Week Range233.20 - 269.28
Volume1,031,023
Avg. Volume5,300,812
Net Assets22.26B
NAV255.71
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield2.02%
YTD Return5.18%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.02
Expense Ratio (net)0.15%
Inception Date1998-01-13
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  • Are the Cuts by OPEC and Non-OPEC Countries Failing to Boost Oil?
    Market Realist2 hours ago

    Are the Cuts by OPEC and Non-OPEC Countries Failing to Boost Oil?

    On December 10, US crude oil January futures fell 3.1% and settled at $51 per barrel. The Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE) fell 1.6% on the same day. 

  • ETF Trends18 hours ago

    Markets, Stock ETFs Can Still Pick Up in Seasonally Strong December Month

    Despite stumbling out of the gates, U.S. markets and stock ETFs could still pick up steam in the seasonally strong December month. Over the past month, the Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ) decreased 8.1%, SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (DIA) fell 6.5% and  SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) dropped 6.2%.

  • Why Are Oil and Equity Indexes Diverging?
    Market Realist20 hours ago

    Why Are Oil and Equity Indexes Diverging?

    On November 30–December 7, US equity indexes ended in the red. Last week, the S&P Mid-Cap 400 (IVOO), the S&P 500 (SPY), and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA) fell 5.2%, 4.6%, and 4.5%, respectively. Energy stocks form ~5.1%, 5.9%, and 5.2%, respectively, of these equity indexes.

  • Oil Bulls Might Be Worried about the Yield Spread
    Market Realist21 hours ago

    Oil Bulls Might Be Worried about the Yield Spread

    On December 7, the US 10-Year Treasury Constant Maturity Minus 3-Month Treasury Constant Maturity yield spread fell to ~45 basis points—a multiyear low. The contraction in the yield spread might be due to investors’ demand for a longer-dated maturity security than a shorter dated security. In the last three decades, when the yield spread turned negative, a recession started in the next year. Another contraction in the yield spread might be trouble for oil bulls. Oil is a growth-driven asset.

  • Small-Cap and Defense: 2 ETFs to Watch on Outsized Volume
    Zacksyesterday

    Small-Cap and Defense: 2 ETFs to Watch on Outsized Volume

    IJS and ITA saw massive trading volume in Friday trading session.

  • Chinese Aluminum Exports Swell despite Trump’s Tariffs
    Market Realistyesterday

    Chinese Aluminum Exports Swell despite Trump’s Tariffs

    In March, President Trump slapped tariffs on US steel and aluminum imports. While China doesn’t export much steel to the US (DIA), it does export a significant amount of aluminum. China (FXI) exported 536,000 metric tons of unwrought aluminum in November compared to 480,000 metric tons in October.

  • Why ‘Tariff Man’ Isn’t Happy with Market Reaction to Trade Truce
    Market Realistyesterday

    Why ‘Tariff Man’ Isn’t Happy with Market Reaction to Trade Truce

    President Trump seems to be fixated on equity markets. On December 31, 2017, in response to a Fox Business article, Trump tweeted, “If the Dems (Crooked Hillary) got elected, your stocks would be down 50% from values on Election Day. Trump has always been quite quick to take credit for the stock market’s gains.

  • Is Trump Benchmarking Himself against the Dow Jones?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Is Trump Benchmarking Himself against the Dow Jones?

    According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, President Trump is focused on stock markets and is contemplating the reasons behind the increased volatility lately. The S&P 500 (SPY), the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA), and the NASDAQ Composite (QQQ) fell by 4.4%, 4.4%, and 4.7%, respectively, last week.

  • Key Price Points for US Crude Oil after OPEC’s Decision
    Market Realistyesterday

    Key Price Points for US Crude Oil after OPEC’s Decision

    On December 6, US crude oil’s implied volatility was 48.1%, which was 1.5% above its 15-day average. You can see the inverse relationship between oil prices and oil’s implied volatility is in the following graph. Since reaching a 12-year low in February 2016, US crude oil active futures have risen 96.5%. Crude oil’s implied volatility has fallen 36% since February 11, 2016.

  • U.S. Steel Sinks Even as CEO Says Trump Won’t ‘Blink’ on Tariffs
    Market Realist4 days ago

    U.S. Steel Sinks Even as CEO Says Trump Won’t ‘Blink’ on Tariffs

    US steel stocks are in the red today, following the broader markets (DIA) lower. Looking at the leading steel names, U.S. Steel Corporation (X) and AK Steel (AKS) are trading at falls of 2.3% and 2.7%, respectively, as of 2:05 PM EST. Yesterday, in an interview, U.S. Steel’s CEO, David Burritt, praised President Donald Trump’s economic policies.

  • Oil and US Equity Indexes Might Not Be Moving Together
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Oil and US Equity Indexes Might Not Be Moving Together

    On November 29–December 6, US equity indexes had the following correlations with US crude oil January futures: the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA): 21% the S&P 500 (SPY): 19.3% the S&P Mid-Cap 400 (IVOO): 16.2%

  • When Buying a Cyclical Stock, Is Price or Time More Important?
    Market Realist4 days ago

    When Buying a Cyclical Stock, Is Price or Time More Important?

    Conclusion:  My point is this: When I hear people say they are happy to pay 12.5 times for Apple, you have to put that into context of WHEN Apple will start reaccelerating its growth to make that valuation is worth it.  Buying too far ahead of an earnings/cyclical trough is very dangerous, UNLESS the price gives you some major cover by just getting too cheap to ignore.  But beware that gulf before growth starts again.  Time usually should be your guide.

  • OPEC’s Cut: How Long Oil’s U-Turn Might Continue
    Market Realist4 days ago

    OPEC’s Cut: How Long Oil’s U-Turn Might Continue

    On December 7, a Reuters report said that Iran agreed to a 0.8 MMbpd (million barrels per day) production cut. The plan is only expected to be implemented by OPEC members in 2019. Iran might be exempt from the production cut. At 7:13 AM EST on December 7, US crude oil prices rebounded 5.7% from their intraday low.

  • Are Stock Markets Celebrating a Weaker US Jobs Report?
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Are Stock Markets Celebrating a Weaker US Jobs Report?

    The US jobs report for November was released today. The job additions came in at 155,000 as compared to consensus expectations of 198,000. While job additions in manufacturing remained strong at 27,000, construction net adds declined to 5,000.

  • Benzinga4 days ago

    Economists React To The November Jobs Report

    The Labor Department reported U.S. non-farm payrolls were up 155,000 in November, short of the 200,000 economists were expecting. Wage growth of 0.2 percent was also short of expectations of 0.3 percent growth. The Labor Department also lowered its October jobs growth estimate from 250,000 to 237,000.

  • 2018 Stock Market Holidays and Bond Market Holidays
    Kiplinger4 days ago

    2018 Stock Market Holidays and Bond Market Holidays

    Is the market open today? Here's a look at what holidays the stock markets and bond markets take off in 2018.

  • Benzinga5 days ago

    Leon Cooperman Argues To Bring The Uptick Rule Back; Trader Thinks The Rule Prevents Accurate Market Pricing

    The huge sell-off in the U.S. stock market this week has gotten the attention of both investors and market experts. Cooperman in a CNBC interview said the increase in market volatility in the past decade is largely due to to the elimination of the Uptick Rule, a trading regulation eliminated in 2008 that required every short selling trade to be executed at a higher price than the previous trade. “I think your next guest ought to be somebody from the SEC to explain why they have sat back calmly, quietly, without saying anything and allowing these algorithmic, trend-following models to wreak havoc with what has, up to now, been the best capital market in the world,” Cooperman said.

  • Which Oil-Weighted Stocks Might Be Most Affected by OPEC Meeting?
    Market Realist5 days ago

    Which Oil-Weighted Stocks Might Be Most Affected by OPEC Meeting?

    On December 5, US crude oil January futures fell 0.7% and closed at $52.89 per barrel. The market wasn’t expecting a significant production cut during OPEC’s meeting on December 6, which might have dragged oil prices. On December 5, US equity markets were closed.

  • Support Levels to Watch in the S&P 500 as the Sell-Off Resumes
    Market Realist5 days ago

    Support Levels to Watch in the S&P 500 as the Sell-Off Resumes

    Today, the broader-market sell-off continues, seeming to intensify. In October, the S&P 500 Index (SPY) tanked 6.9% in a sell-off triggered by investor concerns over rising interest rates, slowing global economic growth, and the US–China trade war. However, the market recovered somewhat in November after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell’s dovish comments in a speech. US equities rallied sharply after news of a US–China trade truce earlier this month. ...

  • Salad of Econ Data for Healthy Markets: ADP, Claims & More
    Zacks5 days ago

    Salad of Econ Data for Healthy Markets: ADP, Claims & More

    ADP private-sector payrolls, Jobless Claims, Productivity and a new Trade Deficit give us all some healthy things to chew on.

  • 7 Reasons the Stock Market Is Selling Off
    Kiplinger5 days ago

    7 Reasons the Stock Market Is Selling Off

    It has gotten downright ugly out there. The Standard & Poor's 500-stock index has been dancing in and out of correction territory and is down about 8% from its all-time highs at time of writing. It's also barely in positive territory in 2018. It doesn't get any prettier when you look at other corners of the market. The tech-heavy Nasdaq is up a meager 4% in 2018, but of more concern is that it's down 12% from its late-summer highs, putting it well into official correction territory. And when you drill down to the major players that have led the bull market in tech shares for years - the "FAANG" stocks Facebook (FB), Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX) and Google parent Alphabet (GOOGL) - it's a bona fide bloodbath. Facebook has lost more than a third of its value from its highs, and Netflix isn't far behind. Apple has been sliced by a quarter. Amazon has shed nearly 20% of its value, as has Alphabet. The picture doesn't get prettier overseas. Chinese stocks are in an official bear market, and the iShares MSCI EAFE ETF (EFA), a proxy for developed international stocks, is flirting with bear-market territory. We know it's ugly out there; the question is why. The first-quarter selloff shook out many of the less committed holders, meaning remaining investors should have been a little harder to rattle. And earnings still look strong, as does the health of the economy. So, what gives? It's rarely just one thing. Selloffs almost always have multiple, sometimes overlapping, drivers. Here are seven of those reasons - including which ones could threaten the market further. SEE ALSO: 7 Stocks Wall Street Is Souring on Right Now

  • Russia’s Production Cut Decision Could Make or Break Oil Prices
    Market Realist5 days ago

    Russia’s Production Cut Decision Could Make or Break Oil Prices

    OPEC members have provisionally decided to implement production cuts but are waiting for Russia to agree to a cut, according to a Reuters report. As of December 6 at 8:55 AM CST, US crude oil prices have declined ~2.7%. If Russia won’t agree to a production cut, OPEC alone cannot implement a cut because it could hurt its oil revenue.

  • Could November’s Wage Growth Shake the Markets Again?
    Market Realist5 days ago

    Could November’s Wage Growth Shake the Markets Again?

    Wage growth will likely be the most closely watched component of the US (VOO) jobs report. The metric has long been considered a missing piece of the otherwise strong labor market. While wage growth had disappointed market participants for the last few months, October’s wage growth was not disappointing.