DIA - SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
+0.225 (+0.098%)
As of 1:15PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close229.450
Bid229.710 x 300
Ask229.720 x 1600
Day's Range229.520 - 229.960
52 Week Range178.640 - 229.960
Avg. Volume2,373,746
Net Assets18.71B
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
YTD Return15.25%
Beta (3y)1.03
Expense Ratio (net)0.17%
Inception Date1998-01-13
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  • The Irrational Bullishness Continues
    InvestorPlace6 hours ago

    The Irrational Bullishness Continues

    U.S. equities mostly moved higher on Monday following in the wake of the S&P 500’s fifth consecutive weekly rise. In the end, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.4%, the S&P 500 gained 0.2%, the Nasdaq Composite gained 0.3% and the Russell 2000 was unchanged.

  • Harvest Exchangeyesterday

    China's Outlook and the Case for Quality Credit in Asia

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  • "It Was 30 Years Ago This Week..."

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    These days, we rely heavily on computerized trading, but 1987 was still a time of technological growing pains of the sort we no longer experience.

  • Higher Levels of Cash Reserves Linked to Greater Life Satisfaction
    Harvest Exchangeyesterday

    Higher Levels of Cash Reserves Linked to Greater Life Satisfaction

    What factors increase people’s perception of their financial well-being? To better understand what aspects of financial wealth people value the most, three university professors surveyed 585 customers of a large UK bank. These customers were asked a ...

  • Harvest Exchangeyesterday

    If you take away the Fed balance sheet, should the bond premium be negative? Term premium reality

    The Wall Street talk is that all markets are over-valued, yet any valuation has to be placed in context. For fixed income, this is not easy given you have to make a judgment on both the real rate of return and expected inflation. Additionally, there ...

  • Market Realistyesterday

    Copper’s on a High: Why Investors Are Optimistic

    Copper prices have regained momentum in October after showing weakness in the last month. So far, copper has risen 4.9% in October.

  • Harvest Exchangeyesterday

    China Has a Bargaining Chip Against the US in the North Korea Crisis

    By Jacob L. Shapiro Of all the parties involved in the Korean missile crisis, the most difficult to read is China. China’s talks about the need for a peaceful resolution do little to reveal what China’s real interests and objectives are. And what ...

  • Harvest Exchangeyesterday

    Energy and financials: The value within value

    Value stocks are not surging, but they have at least begun to stir. Since the August lows, U.S. large cap value stocks have gained around 5.50%, in line with the overall market and a bit ahead of growth stocks. Back at the end of August, I suggested ...

  • Harvest Exchangeyesterday

    How to Trade The VIX Flowchart

    That’s actually a trick headline, as you can’t trade the VIX directly. It’s just an index of options prices. But you can invest/trade in products that track the VIX, like VIX futures, VIX ETFs, inverse ETFs, and more ( here’s an in-depth research ...

  • Market Realist4 days ago

    Will Crude Oil Futures and Wall Street Fall Further?

    November WTI (or West Texas Intermediate) crude oil (USO)(UCO) futures contracts fell 1.4% and closed at $50.60 per barrel on October 12.

  • Two Pharma Stocks Worth Buying Right Now
    Harvest Exchange4 days ago

    Two Pharma Stocks Worth Buying Right Now

    Last week I explained why my firm is investing in pharmaceuticals stocks , despite the sector being a favorite punching bag of politicians. I noted that we have recently added to our existing positions in Amgen, Allergan, and Gilead Sciences, and I ...

  • Harvest Exchange4 days ago

    Advisor Q&A Series: Do 401(k) plan sponsors need to update the annual participant disclosure every time the plan fees change?

    Every day, ERISA specialists field questions from advisors about how to strengthen client relationships and navigate client challenges. Our Advisor Q&A Series is a window into those conversations. Q: Do 401(k) plan sponsors need to update the fees ...

  • Three Steps to Build a Practice Less Ordinary
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    Three Steps to Build a Practice Less Ordinary

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  • Harvest Exchange4 days ago

    6 investing ideas to consider now

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  • Harvest Exchange4 days ago

    Weekend Reading: $7 Trillion To Manipulate Prices

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  • 10 things you need to know before the opening bell
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    10 things you need to know before the opening bell

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  • Harvest Exchange4 days ago

    5 Big Yields That Will Ruin Your Retirement

    Today, I’m going to warn you about five stocks with yields of 7% or more that should be avoided at all costs . They are my next “dividend disaster” candidates that are likely to either reduce their payouts, or lose 20% or more in price, or both. Big ...

  • Stocks are beating October's bad rap
    Yahoo Finance5 days ago

    Stocks are beating October's bad rap

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  • Harvest Exchange5 days ago

    As Good as It Gets? Three Risks to Global Growth

    When the macroeconomic environment is as good as it gets and valuations are tight, it is time to emphasize caution, capital preservation and diversified sources of carry away from the crowded trades. PIMCO’s baseline economic forecast is for a ...

  • Market Realist5 days ago

    Is OPEC Controlling the Crude Oil Bull Market?

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  • Harvest Exchange5 days ago

    It Would Take A 50% Hike in Income Tax to Fund Our Current Deficit

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  • December Rate Hike: A Done Deal?
    Zacks5 days ago

    December Rate Hike: A Done Deal?

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  • Harvest Exchange5 days ago

    Interest rate outlook: US yields to stay subdued until inflation prospects rise

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  • Harvest Exchange5 days ago

    The Dangers Of A “Get It While You Can” Mentality

    There is a wide disconnect between the current market’s focus on short-term influences and the long-term and worrisome trends in pension obligations, spiraling debt, the wealth/income gap and the Fed’s ability to extricate itself from its large ...

  • Harvest Exchange5 days ago

    Creative Financing for Buying a Yacht

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