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Q: Why might someone consider the Standard & Poor s 500 (S & P 500) a better measurement of stock performance than the Dow Jones Industrial Average? a. The S & P 500 reports stock performance daily, and
the Dow reports weekly. b. The Dow reports on 30 stocks and the S & P 500 tracks 500 stocks as a measure of overall stock performance. c. The S & P 500 predicted the Great Crash of 1929, and the Dow predicted a rising bull market. d. The Dow specializes in the stocks of a single industry, and ...
A: The Dow reports on 30 stocks and the S & P 500 tracks 500 stocks as a measure of overall stock performance.
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