The introduction of the euro brought the citizens of Europe many advantages, including uniformity. It would be nice if that uniformity also applied to the comparison of the various stock exchanges. An index point is not a fixed...Read More
Author: Wim Grommen
Have you ever wondered what information a stock market index actually gives? An index point is not a fixed unit in time and does not have any historical significance. Two measurements during a marathon Imagine the following two...Read More
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) Index is the only stock market index that covers both the second and the third industrial revolution. Calculating share indexes such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and showing this...Read More
It is becoming more and more meaningless to compare the performance of the Dow 30 from one period to another with the continuing replacement of constituent companies that have under-performing and lower priced stocks (losers...Read More
Current problems associated with the end of the third industrial revolution Humanity is being confronted with the same problems as those at the end of the second industrial revolution such as decreasing stock exchange rates,...Read More
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