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Introduction to Personal Investing

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Why are some stocks with low prices specifically removed from the Dow?

Since the companies tracked by the Dow represent an average of the prices of shares in the securities that compose the index, stocks with lower prices tend to pull the average down, making the index less effective as a barometer of the market at large.



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